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  • An evening in the Sahara

    19 May 2017

    St Michael’s Manor will be transformed in to the Sahara for 1 night only for a fabulous fundraising evening in support of our courageous team of Sahara Trekkers. Our trekkers are undertaking a challenging five day, 100km expedition across the Sahara...

    Relating Image A fabulous event in support of our Sahara Trekkers
  • Great support from local rotary clubs

    13 May 2017

    The Rotary Clubs have always been great supporters of Home-Start and this year we were delighted to be one of the St Albans Charity Cycle Ride's (SACCR) chosen charities. Our team signed up for the 10 mile challenge. After a slight incline to start...

    Relating Image Team Home-Start ready for their 10 mile ride
  • A wonderful week of walking!

    04 May 2017

    The 5th Stevenage Walking Festival takes place on 6th to 14th May 2017 This fantastic week of events is put together, with the support of Stevenage Borough Council, by members of Stevenage Leisure 50, North Herts Ramblers, and Stevenage Heal...

  • Snowflake Appeal hailed a success

    18 February 2016 East Herts

    A huge thank you to everyone who supported our Snowflake Appeal this year. Home-Start East Herts raised almost £2,000, and with fundraising from other Herts scheme, we’ve raised over £4,000. We are truly grateful to everyone who held tea parties fo...

    Relating Image Appeal success in Hertfordshire Mercury
  • Raising a cup to Home-Start

    11 February 2016 East Herts

    FRIENDS of one of our supporters had a cuppa in aid of Home-Start East Herts. Goffs Oak resident Jill Crampton hosted a tea party at her house for our Snowflake Appeal and raised an incredible £310.80. The money will help us to continue supporting...

  • School pupils visit Home-Start

    10 February 2016 East Herts

    Pupils from St Joseph’s in the Part School visited our offices to find out about the work of our charity. The Year 6 pupils came to our Hertford base as part of a two week life-learning project at their school.They were extremely well-behaved and re...