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Centre Stage Swing Band perform for One to One Project!

March 2, 2018

We are delighted to announce that the popular ‘Centre Stage Swing Band’ will be holding a mid-week concert in aid of the One to One Project on Wednesday 11th April 2018 and we would love to invite you along! Taking place in the beautiful King’s Lynn Town Hall by kind permission of the Mayor of […]

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New 2018 Spring/Summer CPD Released

January 31, 2018

Don’t miss the One to One Project’s new CPD opportunities, open to volunteers and health professionals. Visit our CPD Training Programme page to find out more and to book your place. Highlights include; Finding the Real Self; Identifying and Working with Clients with Narcissistic and Borderline Presentations (Karin Creasy) Saturday 17th March 2018 Working with Chronically Depressed Patients (Dr. Maggie […]

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One to One Project ‘Fiendraiser’ success!

November 2, 2017

Our thanks go to three fantastic bands who joined forces in putting on a scary Halloween Fiendraiser, in aid of local charity, the One to One Project. King’s Lynn made rock bands Vanilla Pod, Kingdom Keys and Among the Citizens played to a ghoulish crowd of gruesome ghosts, zombies and skeletons, who came out of […]

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One to One Project survives Soap Box Derby!

September 26, 2017

    Thousands of people lined the streets of Hunstanton to watch the drama unfold at the 2017 Soap Box Derby, with 40 homemade go-karts careering through the town! Travelling from Boston Square, the karts had to overcome 90 degree bends, chicanes and a jump before completing the route at the mini roundabout! Not scared of […]

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A musical night to remember…

September 14, 2017

Guests were treated to a hugely entertaining and diverse array of musical styles on Friday 8th September, during the One to One Project’s Musical Evening, kindly hosted by Lord and Lady Romney. Members of the King’s Lynn Gilbert & Sullivan Society exercised their considerable vocal talents with operatic and musical theatre excerpts, from Mozart to […]

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One to One Project delighted to be awarded grant by Dong Energy UK

August 21, 2017

The One to One Project team were absolutely delighted to be successful in the first round of applications to the East Coast Community Fund; a new Fund made available by Dong Energy UK to support coastal communities within the vicinity of its Hornsea and Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm developments, off the Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North […]

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One to One Project delighted with Big Lottery Award

July 13, 2017

The One to One Project Team are delighted to have been awarded continuation funding from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Programme for a further five years, totaling a staggering £375,000! The news came following a lengthy application process in which we were able to outline our plans for the next five years. Most importantly, our success […]

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New Autumn/Winter CPD Training Released

July 6, 2017

We are delighted to welcome some excellent trainers, joining us throughout the Autumn and Winter months to deliver an exciting programme of Continuing Professional Development. More details can be found by following the link. Here is a taste of what you can expect… Saturday 16th September – The Legacy of Childhood Sexual Abuse (Jan Hawkins) Saturday 14th October – Exploring […]

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One to One Project chosen as new Mayor’s Charity of the Year

May 22, 2017

Congratulations to Cllr Carol Bowers, who was named new Mayor of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk in the annual Mayor making ceremony, which took place at King’s Lynn Town Hall on Thursday, May 11. We were delighted to learn that Carol, and her deputy Jim Moriarty, have chosen One to One Project as one of two […]

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London Marathon Runner supports One to One Project

May 11, 2017

Staff and Volunteers were delighted to learn that the One to One Project was one of two charities to be the focus of the incredible effort of Gavin Lane, who ran the London Marathon on 23rd April 2017, in just 4 hours 15 minutes. Gavin received a huge amount of support and throughout months of […]

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