Our daily activities are back to normal now. Including Crocheting and knitting on a Tuesday and Rag Rugging on a Wednesday. Come and join us for tea and cakes and a chat!
Our crocheting and knitting activity group is growing ! We will need a larger table or bigger shop soon! Join us if you want to take part in an activity or for tea and cake. Just £1 donation .
As things get back to the new normal at Mindful Gifts CIC we are looking for volunteers who can spare a few hours each week. If you are over 18, unemployed, live in the Black Country and have the right to work in the UK , we would love to have you. There are loads of things you can help us with including the running of our community shop. Contact Vicki on 01922 495994 , email firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile 07828 935451
A Tuesday morning at Mindful Gifts CIC Shop in Darlaston. Rag Rugging, tea & cakes and lots of chatting and reminiscing with ‘dad’ volunteering at the till!
WW1 CENTENARY Saturday 10 November 2018 Shops in DARLASTON will be dressing their windows and staff dressing up during the daytime. On the night, Join us for a ‘Thank You Party’ on at 7pm to Say ‘Thank You’ to the First World War generation who helped to shape our world as we know it today. £4.99 includes sarnies & tay, music from the Great War (Bring your own booze), dress up if you wish! At Mindful Gifts CIC, 1 Church Street, Darlaston, WS10 8DS 01922 495994
Our volunteer Marie Jenkins wins an award today and gets everyone in tears including herself! The award was presented by Professor Gatrad who is the Deputy Lieutenant to Her Majesty's Lord lieutenant . Sorry about the shaking footage as I was handing out hankies to wipe up the tears!!
Having difficulty using standard mugs, cups and plates? This tableware made by Wade is ideal for people who find it difficult to eat and drink from standard tableware. It can help if you have frail hands, weak wrists, and tremors, disabilities affecting movement or medical conditions such as arthritis that can affect your ability to grip. The Dignity range of tableware provides aid to individuals living with physical and/or mental impairments, designed specifically for use by those living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Each piece is made from Vitrified Earthenware with added Alumina for extra strength so they are less likely to break or chip if dropped. The ease of use of the products, available in three bright colours, yellow, green and white, can encourage eating and drinking helping with maintenance e of nutrition and hydration. www.mindfulgifts.co.uk