WTRRP, The Cloisters, St Mary’s View, WD18 0DF info@wtrrp.org.uk 01923 252 434

Thinking of you

While there are many different reasons for sending cards, receiving one through the post always brightens your day! Birthdays are particularly special as a child, and receiving a card with your name on the envelope is an essential… Read More

Summer Garden Party

Sunday 11th June 2.30 – 4.30pm.  Do come (bring friends) and share a cream tea and just enjoy this oasis of nature, full of variety from formal gardens through to the semi natural woodland. It is an afternoon… Read More

Aiming High!

Daniel Hartropp is building up to his first sky dive to raise awareness and funds to be shared between WTRRP and Playskill.   Daniel hundreds of thousands of people have done this including I am sure your instructor!   Don’t… Read More

Reflections from John Shaw

Some reflections from retiring Committee member John Shaw ……’I seem to remember…….’ I first heard about the Refugee Partnership (then Project) about ten years ago. I was giving a lift home to an elderly lady.She told me that… Read More

Look out for Refugee Week (19th – 25th June)

This special week takes place every year with the main event being World Refugee Day on 20th June.  This is a period set aside to promote better understanding of why people seek sanctuary in the UK. Please come… Read More

 A new face on the Committee

  Tony Rindl, vicar of St Mary’s and well known in the local community has now joined the WTRRP Committee.  Tony, himself a child of a refugee has a clear passion for helping asylum seekers and migrants and… Read More

Volunteering

We have lots of volunteering opportunities but currently we’re particularly looking for someone with fundraising expertise, is this you or do you know someone who has? Please get in touch with Marie-Jo: *protected email*

Watford and Three Rivers Refugee Project Volunteers evening

1st October 2012 After everyone had introduced themselves to each other, and then to the group: Joy introduced Irene Odei. Irene spoke of her shock on coming to the UK and being unable to obtain the medicine that… Read More