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Catching Lives received a late Christmas gift from Stagecoach’s very own Santa Claus terry Clowes, last week. Before Christmas Terry drove his decorated bus around the roads and streets of East Kent dressed in his wonderful homemade Santa Clause outfits. Not only did this bring a lot of smiles and good will from passengers and...
Anyone coming into Catching Lives Open Centre of an afternoon will have come across Lachlan in the middle of one of his paintings. During December and early January his work was exhibited at Espressions Cafe, Lily’s Bistro and Catching Lives Bookshop, all situated in Palace Street, Canterbury. Reaction to the work was extremely positive and...
Staff at Northgate Medical Practice in Canterbury held a raffle over Christmas and raised an impressive £200, with all proceeds going to Catching Lives. The practice has been very supportive of our work and have gone out of their way to make our clients feel welcome.“We have been piloting regular appointments here at Northgate Medical...
We are delighted to announce 6 year old Ella has raised an amazing £1500 to support our charity. Ella’s fundraising page can be found by clicking  here We were also pleased to be able to show her around our day centre on boxing day and tell her how much of a difference this money will...
Everyone at Catching Lives would like to thank staff at The University of Kent for organising a spooky charity quiz and raffle, which took place on Friday 1st November at the Pavilion Café Bar at the University. The event raised £1030.50 for Catching Lives. This is their third annual fundraiser for Catching Lives and since...
People getting on a Stagecoach bus in the lead-up to Christmas might be a bit surprised to find Santa Clowes at the wheel. And no, that’s not a typo. Stagecoach bus driver Terry Clowes will be spending the festive season driving around East Kent in one of three amazing outfits he made himself. “I taught...
Local photographer Nick Reynolds, whose current work is based around social commentary related to homelessness, has kindly agreed to donate £1 from every sale of his zine to Catching Lives. The first edition of his zine is available to buy online here (if you can’t buy online please contact us as we have a few...
Kent Dance performed their annual end of term one show ‘Fusion’ at Eliot Hall at the University of Kent to a sell-out audience last Saturday (30th November). It was an exciting fun-packed evening showcasing the many talents of the University students, incorporating contemporary, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, Tap, Bollywood and Irish dance. Kent Dance have nominated...
We are delighted to tell you about the wonderful Juliette and Georgia who have raised an amazing £175 for Catching Lives. Their mum Francine explains how this came about below… “Last year the girls and I made several trips to Catching Lives in Canterbury to donate much needed supplies to homeless people. This year Juliette...
Canterbury wonder-woman Felicity Elms ran an amazing seven ultra-marathons over the summer, all in aid of Catching Lives. Her last one on 28th September was a mere 52km but the others were all run over 100km routes. She didn’t just take part either – she was a serious competitor, always in and around the race-leaders....
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