Archive for March, 2014

by Colin Dexter


Care for the Family Launches first Charity Shop

by Colin Dexter

Care for the Family are about to launch their first charity shop. It’s an exciting new venture to help us to raise funds, which will be used to support the work of the charity, providing subsidised holidays to single parent families, supporting bereaved parents and young widows, and producing new resources to help parents in the daily challenges they face. We also aim to raise awareness of what we can do for families to a broader audience.

Care for the Family is a Cardiff based charity that is much loved by  Christians in the UK and has been working to strengthen family life since 1988. Our aim is to promote strong  relationships and to help those who face family difficulties. We believe that every family should have somewhere to turn for support in both the good times and when life is challenging.

Working throughout the UK and the isle of Man, we provide parenting, relationship and bereavement support through our events, resources, courses training and volunteer networks. Our work is motivated by Christian compassion  and our resources and support are available to everyone, of any faith or none.

We will open on Saturday the 29th March Please call in and shop for a fantastic bargain in a relaxed and stylish  environment.  We are at 13 Whitchurch Rd, CF14 3JN.

If you would like to volunteer at the shop please contact Lesley Smith on 078 233 44469 or email
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Donations are much needed and the shop will be open for you to drop them every Saturday 10am to until the official opening when the hours will be 9.30am to 4.30pm.

Lansley’s Liberalisation of the law

by Colin Dexter

Former health minister Andrew Lansley, working closely with abortion providers and senior figures at the Department of Health, has managed to smuggle in what is in effect a nurse-led abortion service without the issue ever being discussed in parliament. Most of his fellow MPs didn’t know either, but did David Cameron?

by Colin Dexter


Truancy in Schools

by Colin Dexter

Chris Evans: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what recent
research has been commissioned into truancy in schools; and if he will
make a statement.

Free School Meals in Islwyn

by Colin Dexter

Chris Evans (MP)  : To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what proportion of
pupils at each (a) primary and (b) secondary school in Islwyn
constituency is eligible for free school meals.


Chris Evans (MP): To ask the Secretary of State for Education what estimate
he has made of the number of school-age pupils who have been illegally
excluded from school in each of the last five years.

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an invitation green


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Speaking forth of the mind & Counsel of God

Proclamation of Divine message

Wednesday Group TLC 26th March 7.30pm

by Colin Dexter

Brush up on learning to speak with the deaf in preparation for  the coffee morning at the Ty-Sign Community Centre on 5th April.