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Trustee Week - Spotlight on Lorie Lain-Rogers
15/11/2018
Trustees' Week, running from the 12th-16th November, celebrates the vital role that our trustees play.
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Remembrance Sunday 2018
11/11/2018 - Remembrance Sunday 2018
To mark Remembrance Sunday on November 11th our Outside the Wire Manager Wayne Copsey has a few words and a poem to share.
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Light in Darkness - 'What it means to be me'... A Collected Poem.
04/10/2018
'What it means to be me'... A Collected Poem. A poem written by four young people who have been helped by The Matthew Project
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ABF The Soldiers' Charity have awarded funding for Outside the Wire
17/09/2018
Outside the Wire has been awarded over £38,000 in additional funding from ABF The Soldiers Charity
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URGENT - Plastic 4 Charity Update - January 2018
15/01/2018
In light of the latest ban on UK plastic waste imports our contractors will no longer be processing any bottle tops. Plastic 4 Charity has had to come to an end and we will not be accepting any more bottle tops.
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Growing numbers of older people with drinking issues
21/07/2017 - Growing numbers of older people with drinking issues
Bereavement, retirement, loss of sense of purpose and few opportunities to socialise are the most common reasons why older people are drinking more.
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Hospital admissions due to alcohol on the increase
04/05/2017 - Hospital admissions due to alcohol on the increase
Drinking is putting more and more strain on our hospitals, with the number of alcohol-related admissions going up in Norwich by 54pc in seven years, the Eastern Daily Press has reported.
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Outside the Wire News
20/03/2017 - Outside the Wire News
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Radio Norfolk interview with Nick Conrad - £50m worth of cocaine found on Norfolk beaches
13/02/2017
£50m worth of cocaine washed up on Norfolk beaches on Friday 10 February 2017. The Matthew Project's Chief Executive, Paul Martin, was invited to talk on Radio Norfolk about the impact of cocaine locally.
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