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Yours Faithfully

Full of feel-good stories that celebrate our Services, our colleagues, volunteers, funders, supporters, and partners, as well as the children and families we work with, Yours Faithfully is Spurgeons' very own quarterly magazine. You can request a digital copy of past and present issues on this page. Alternatively, if you would like to sign up to our mailing list and receive Yours Faithfully by post please contact supportercare@spurgeons.org. We hope you'll be inspired by these and more stories of the vital work that Spurgeons delivers in our local communities day-to-day, hopefully just as much as we are.

In this edition of Yours Faithfully we’re sharing our plans to help more children thrive and introducing you to Ian Soars, former CEO of Fegans who has joined the senior executive team of Spurgeons.

There’s a spotlight on volunteering in prisons and an interview with Caroline Miles who has volunteered for many years at HMP Winchester along with a farewell from Ross Hendry and his parting thoughts as he plans to pass on the baton to a new CEO.

We hope you enjoy, and please feel free to drop us a line with any thoughts on what you’d like to see in future editions.

In this edition of Yours Faithfully, we’re shining the spotlight on some of Old Scholars who share some lovely memories. We also remember one Old Scholar who deigned a very famous logo. Have a look at page 6 and see if you recognise it – we think you will...

We’re also reporting on some of the vital work our supporters have helped to make possible through the pandemic. In focus here are communities in Birmingham, children with dads in prison, and new mums. We hope you enjoy, and please feel free to drop us a line with any thoughts on what you’d like to see in future editions.

In this edition of Yours Faithfully you will get just a small glimpse of the incredible work Spurgeons accomplishes each day thanks to our supporters through projects such as Norwich Connect, BeLeave and Invisible Walls.

You will read of how we are working with churches and the community in Wiltshire (Together for Families), and the efforts of one of our Young Carers to raise funds to help others in need over Christmas.

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