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Nikki

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COVID-19 Update 2

Over the last few days we have had to make decisions based on changing government advice that will enable us to keep operating for the most vulnerable for longer. However, while I will outline below what our current service levels are, we need to stress that this is a changing picture and further updates will be made over social media and at all sites.   Day Centre  The key priority at Maggs during this period is to keep the Worcester Day Centre…
Nikki
19th March 2020
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COVID-19 Update

While we hope you accept this picture is changing continuously, all at Maggs are aiming to keep the service running throughout this period of uncertainty. This may mean short notice responses due to staff and volunteer availability however we seek to maintain as minimal impact as possible. The key priority at Maggs during this period is to keep the Worcester Day Centre open as this keeps the support to the largest number of our clients…
Nikki
16th March 2020
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WR2 to K2 Training Update 5

I have decided I don't like the A449, it's quite scary walking on it as there are no paths and the cars go so fast. We did a bit of a celebration dance when we got to Ledbury and there was footpaths again. We tried to avoid A449 on way back ended up doing a massive diversion and still had to walk a mile and a half on the same road back. But we did…
Nikki
13th February 2020
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WR2 to K2 Training Update 4

Saturday 1st February Malvern to Ledbury has been delayed a week so will be doing that next week. I was going to walk the Malverns again till i saw how windy it was going to be so instead walked to Bromsgrove train station. I stopped at Eagle and Sun for cake and coffee. Cake wasn't very good but it filled a hole. While I was eating cake I looked up the route to get to…
Nikki
10th February 2020
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WR2 to K2 Training Update 3

Sat 18/01 As you can see just short of 15.5 miles today. If I omit the walk to Worcester train station my route was Great Malvern train station up the hills. Got to British camp by 11.30 so decided to do that hill too then back to Great Malvern train station.  Walking down Happy Valley nearly killed my knees. Had to get my son to carry stuff up stairs as my body went no more…
Nikki
9th February 2020