The Exchange Open Morning 14th October, 10 – 12

Did you know that The Exchange can be booked free of charge for non-profit making events?  This includes fund raising for charities of your choice, or drop-in centres for organisations offering advice and support.  We are holding an open morning on the 14th October 10-12 and this is a great opportunity for you to look around and meet some organisations who are hoping to use it as a venue in the future.  Look through the list below – there may be someone you would like to come and meet:

Paul Savill, Voluntary Sector Locality Link Officer, My Life a Fuller Life
Cat Quinn, Police Community Support Officer
June Horsfall, Churchwarden from St Mary’s
Keith Heritage, Brighstone Methodist Chapel
Lorraine Skipper, Red Cross Loans Service
Marian Brettell, Totland Alzheimer’s Cafe
Lauren Taylor, Age UKIW Age Friendly Communities Development Officer
Anna Murray, Age UKIW LGBT Domestic Violence, Abuse & Hate Crime
Bob Sturgess, Brighstone Reading Rooms
Ann Phelps, Wilberforce Hall
Age UKIW Information and Advice
Marion Kennett, Age UKIW Good Neighbour Scheme
Brighstone Horticultural Society
Pauline Hull, Earl Mountbatten Hospice, John Cheverton Centre
Daniel Taylor and David Lumley, Age UKIW Digital Inclusion
Madeline Holmes, Brighstone Library
Charlotte Price, Age UKIW Community Navigator
John Cirrone, Brighstone Parish Council (TBC)
Bob Seely, IW Councillor for Central Wight (TBC)