Would you like to be the Coordinator of the Time Bank and Changing Lives?

I am moving away from the area and sadly having to give up my post as Coordinator of the Time Bank. It has been such a wonderful and fulfilling job and I can’t imagine finding anything like it. I would like to thank everyone in this community for their support and making it such a joy! I will miss everyone terribly.


Please see the job advert below and follow the link:

Somersham Parish Council are looking for an enthusiastic person to fill a forthcoming vacancy for the Time Bank Coordinator position.

Vacancies – Somersham Parish Council

Somersham4u Newsletter deadline dates

  We apologise for having recently inadvertently published an incorrect date for the S4U June/July Newsletter Edition submissions deadline.  I trust that you have not been inconvenienced by our error and will note the correct scheduled deadlines tabled below:


30 Jun – to make the Aug/Sept Issue

31 Aug – to make the Oct/Nov Issue

31 Oct – to make the Dec/Jan Issue

31 Dec – to make the Feb/Mar Issue

28 Feb – to make the Apr/May Issue

30 Apr – to make the Jun/Jul Issue

Articles should be forwarded to our e-mail address


Paul McCloskey

Chair Comms Working Party

Knitting and Pom Poms

Members of the Time Bank are getting together on Sunday 18th March at the Millennium Pavilion from 1.30-3.30pm for an afternoon of tea and knitting. We invite you to join us to chat in this informal and friendly setting. We are currently making small blankets which were requested for Palliative Care packages to be given out at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

We will also be starting preparations for the BIG Pom Pom Bomb of the Nature Reserve to celebrate Carnival Week in June, so even if you’re not a knitter you can get involved.

Please bring along any spare wool you have for either of these wonderful projects.

pompom animals


Healthwatch join us for coffee

The Time Bank will be joined by Kate Hales from Healthwatch Cambridgeshire at their Coffee Morning this month on Thursday 15th March at 10.30am at the Millennium Pavilion. Kate would like to hear about your experiences, good and bad, with Specsavers. So if you have a tale to tell, come along for fresh coffee and a piece of cake to share your story.Image may contain: flower, plant, nature, text and outdoor