CELEBRATING HOUSE YOUTH PROJECT
GSBT Trustees attended HOUSE’s 10th Anniversary reception at the Eden Centre.
HOUSE is a local youth organisation that the GSBT has been pleased to support for several years.
At the event, the young people shared how they’ve benefitted from learning new skills and valued friendships via the project. Past members shared how learnt skills and needed support were essential in their adolescence via the project.
The GSBT were heartfelt and appreciative in their receipt of a framed certificate of thanks from HOUSE
HEVER PRIMARY SHEPHERDS HUT
GSBT trustees joined the inaugural event of the newly constructed Shepherds’ Hut at Hever Primary School. The students also marked the occasion with their memorable performances.
The bespoke hut's construction was made possible by the GSBT, supporters and enthusiastic parents.
The project derived from the school's need for a dedicated space to provide improved support for the children's mental health and wellbeing.
GSBT endeavours to continue supporting local children in and around Edenbridge.
KSS AIR AMBULANCE
Several GSBT Trustees visited the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance based at Redhill.
The KSSAA are a close-knit team of dedicated experts saving lives and ensuring the best patient
outcomes 24/7, 365 days a year. Their range of treatments are vastly greater than that of a standard ambulance paramedic.
In 2021, twelve people were helped in Edenbridge and by June 2022, four people had received assistance.
A single typical lifesaving mission costs £3,500. The GSBT is pleased to support the KSSAA's exceptional service.
Mr Ali’s son, Iftekha, had a plaque made in honour of his father for the bench near the Quality Tandoori restaurant, at the riverside.
"In loving memory of Mr Eafor Ali. A pillar of the community, a true gentleman, husband, father and wonderful grandfather."
A ceremony was held with the GSBT Trustees and members of the Ali family on Saturday, 27th November 2021.
PHOTOS ARE COURTESY OF STUART MACGREGOR
On the 26th May 2019, the Matthew Cox Community Pavilion was opened in Blossoms Park funded, in part, by a GSBT grant.