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

Annual Report 2012

In 2012 the Project increased significantly the number of refugees and asylum seekers whom it supported in the Watford and Three Rivers areas,our befrienders and other volunteers helping a total of 34 (and their families). This meant practical… Read More

WTRRP launches new drop-in centre in central Watford

Starting at the end of November 2012, on Tuesdays and Fridays, the Project is running a drop-in centre at St John’s Church, Sutton Road, Watford. At the centre we will be providing advice and help to refugees and… Read More

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

Newsletter 3 – Autumn 2012

Too early to think about `Harvest`? No! Much of the food and other supplies we give to our clients during the year come from the generous Harvest gifts and offerings of local schools and churches. They plan their activities and giving… Read More

Newsletter 2 – Autumn 2011

Take eight Mums, 12 children, eight helpers, lots of games and food and what do you get? Why, a highly enjoyable children`s party, of course. The brain-child of Joy and Tony Hobbs (WTRRP volunteers), the party for the… Read More

Annual Report 2011

WTRRP, run entirely by volunteers, continues to provide practical and emotional support to local asylum seekers, particularly those deemed to have ‘failed’, and refugees in the Watford and Three Rivers area. All those assisted are destitute and often desperate; and several have small… Read More

Newsletter 1 – Winter 2010

This project, run entirely by volunteers, seeks to provide practical and emotional support for asylum seekers, particularly those deemed to have `failed`, and refugees in the Watford and Three Rivers area. All those helped are destitute and often… Read More

Annual Report 2010

The Project, run entirely by volunteers, continues to provide practical and emotional support to local asylum-seekers, particularly those deemed to have `failed`, and refugees in the area. All those assisted are destitute and often desperate; and some have… Read More