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Eid Celebration at the College!

Many thanks to all students , volunteers,  staff , the spirituality team , Muslim deaf community and Crafty Gardeners for supporting our Eid celebration at the College yesterday!

Thanks to your generosity we raised an amazing  £141 which will go towards college funds.

Thank you again!



Ramadan Mubarak

Health happiness and peace to everyone observing Ramadan - we hope to celebrate with you after the fasting period in the Recovery College.

Recovery College "Denim for Dementia" Event

We'd like to thank everyone so much for contributing to yesterday’s Denim for Dementia event and making it such a success, thanks to your generosity we raised an amazing £220 which will go towards college funds!

Lee from the Alzheimer’s Society will be picking up the collection boxes from me early next week and has promised to let me know how much we raised for the charity, so I will let you know as soon as I can.

Professional and not so professional photos are on our Facebook page, so please take a look :)smile emoticon

Thanks again!


The Recovery College Team

Dementia Awareness Week 15th - 21st May 2016

Ditch the every-day uniform and wear denim this Dementia Awareness Week to join the fight against dementia.

This year Dementia Awareness Week takes place from 15th-21st May.

Please join us and take part in “Denim for Dementia” on Wednesday 18th May at Quayside House.

The Recovery College will be holding a drop in from 12noon – 2pm to raise funds for the charity.  Please drop in and take part! There will be a raffle, crafts and refreshments for sale!

If you have any raffle items to donate to the college , please drop them in!

See you then!

The Recovery College team

First Donation to our Local Food Bank!

The Recovery College students are helping West Bromwich’s vulnerable by collecting goods for a local food bank.

On Wednesday 6th April an impressive collection of food was handed over to Keith Turner of West Bromwich Food Bank (WBFB). WBFB gives out food to residents of Sandwell who are in crisis and cannot afford to feed themselves or their family.

Expressing his gratitude to the College, Keith said, “We are really grateful to the college for their support and effort in helping the local community.”  

“The donation came out of the blue but it is very much welcomed and will soon be put to good use I am sure.”

The College plans to continue their 'At "TIN" ding Recovery College' food collection drive, which sees students donating a tin of food when they attend their course, and urges others around the Trust to contribute where they can by dropping items off at the College, Quayside House, Rounds Green Road, Oldbury B69 2DG. Longer term it is hoped other Trust sites will also have collection points.