Awards nomination for Malvern Welcomes
Feb21

Awards nomination for Malvern Welcomes

Malvern Welcomes has been nominated for the Improving Lives award at the Pride of Malvern Hills Community Awards 2019. We are delighted to see this recognition of the amazing team effort of so many committed volunteers who give  generously of their time. We are proud to know that our work to create a culture of welcome for refugees is valued in our town.

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Volunteer Roles
Feb21

Volunteer Roles

There are lots of opportunities for you to use your talents and experience to support the work of Malvern Welcomes. If you think you could help a little with one of these roles please get in touch with us. Contact us on: info@malvernwelcomes.org.uk Speaker to schools and local groups -to raise awareness of issues relating to refugees and about the work of MW. Speaker Coordinator – to contact schools and local groups to arrange...

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7th edition of our newsletter released
Nov20

7th edition of our newsletter released

The 7th edition of our newsletter is now available on the newsletter page.

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Trustee documents added
Nov15

Trustee documents added

Our trustee report and annual account for 2017-18 have been added to our website here.

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Why two schemes?
Nov01

Why two schemes?

Readers may be aware that Malvern has now welcomed two refugee families to our town. Some may also be aware that they have arrived via two separate schemes. As the kind of provision differs under these two schemes, some explanation is required. The Syrian Vulnerable Person’s Relocation scheme (SVPR) This dates from 2015 when David Cameron, the then Prime Minister, made the commitment that the UK would resettle 20,000 Syrians in need...

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