We R Here were truly honoured to received the Pride of Gedling Award for Outstanding Community Project on the 13th March 2019. We were in great company, as all of the projects nominated provide such exceptional services within the community.
WERHERE would love you to come along and join us as we celebrate International Women’s day. This will be an afternoon of inspiration as we hear from talented poets and performance artists who will be celebrating the theme of ‘balance
On Friday 19th October, “One of us” Abba Tribute act hosted and performed a charity event for the benefit of WE R HERE. It was a wonderful evening and an awesome £678.10 was raised to support the work of the
In the news again is the shocking reality that although referrals to mental health services for children and young people continue to rise at an alarming rate, the resources to support these children and their families are greatly diminished. This
Alice Ruggles was just 24 years old on Friday October 12th 2016, when her ex-boyfriend Harry Dhillon, unable to accept that their relationship was over, broke into her Gateshead flat, and brutally murdered her. Alice was working for Sky television when Dhillon
In a report by the Children’s Society in 2008, it was found that 10% of children and young people (aged 5-16 years) have a clinically diagnosed mental health problem, yet 70% of children and adolescents have experienced mental health problems.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 4th Annual General Meeting of WE R HERE will be held at the Council Chamber, Gedling Borough Council, Civic Centre, Arnot Hill Road, Nottingham NG5 6LU on Thursday 5th July 2018 at 6pm to
We are absolutely delighted that the Kanneh-Mason family are going to be performing to raise funds for WE R HERE and Street Child, what a truly great honour this is! If you wish to purchase tickets, you can do so
We would like to say a big thank you to Ex Libris (The Masked Book sellers) for coming along to our office today, and presenting a cheque for £59.69, which was raised from the sale of books which had been
Sadly it isn’t all hearts and flowers for everyone… At WE R HERE we meet many people who have been affected by domestic abuse in many ways. The figures surrounding this very hidden yet devastating form of abuse are indeed