Read the latest at Cintre, developments in our services and highlights from our working contributors.

  • Support Our Stamp Out Solitude (SOS) Campaign
    Date posted: 01/12/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    Help Cintre ‘Stamp Out’ Social Isolation Today! Everyday around us: Social isolation and loneliness are now considered two of the biggest problems to society. (de Jong Gierveld et al, 2016) 45% of working age disabled people are chronically lonely, saying they always or often feel lonely. (Scope, 2017) Young adults with Read more

  • Your North Somerset Event 24/09/17
    Date posted: 25/09/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    Cintre joined over 60 organisations in Weston Super Mare on 24/09 to celebrate 'Your North Somerset'. An event which was action packed with local talent throughout the day, with live music and performance from many community groups of all ages! We had a great time making bug hotels, planting bulbs, painting and Read more

  • Cintre Welcomes New CEO ‘ Dr. Claire Mould’.
    Date posted: 08/09/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Claire Mould as the new Chief Executive of Cintre, this August 2017. Claire takes over from John Bennett who was previously CEO. John has retired after 4 years with Cintre and an overall 45 year career which saw him hold a number of senior roles. John Read more

  • We are now a member of the Association for Real Change
    Date posted: 01/08/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    We are now a member of the Association for Real Change, a membership organisation which brings together anyone who is involved in the planning and delivering of support or services to people with learning disabilities. The benefits of Cintre joining the Association for Real Change, is the charity is now Read more

  • Wellbeing through Nature Project – Folly Farm, Review
    Date posted: 18/07/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    The gravel crunched as we walked along the lane towards Folly Farm. We were welcomed by a view of golden and luscious green fields, as far as the eye could see. As we turn our heads, the softest, freshest breeze ran across our faces, something that we all agreed we Read more

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