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  • First Day at Changes UK
    First Day at Changes UK
    First day at Changes UK Starting the first day is always a new experience but this was different as it was my first day of my work placement. Spending months and months searching, applying and having interviews all around the country trying to find the placement that is right for me. So, then I found...
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  • Corporate/Work Place Fundraising: Why not get your whole team involved with your fundraising? Organise a coffee morning, dress down Friday or go big and organise a fun day. Whatever you do, your money and support will enable us to support more people in their recovery journey through to independence. Get in touch for how we...
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  • Changes UK 5 A-Side Football Tournament
    Changes UK 5 A-Side Football Tournament
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  • Changes UK 5 A-Side Football Tournment
    Changes UK 5 A-Side Football Tournment
    We are pleased to announce our football tournament taking place on 3rd March 2017 at Powerleague Yardley. If you would like to enter a team please contact
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  • Get Fit and Run for Charity
    Get Fit and Run for Charity
    This will be our first year that we will be taking park in the Great Birmingham Run, to support those who wish to enter and fundraise on our behalf we have organised a couch to 5k running group, if you wish to take part please get in touch. Great Birmingham Run When: 15th October 2017...
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  • Russell and Steve - Sobering Thoughts
    Russell Brand backs Birmingham charity’s £250,000 fundraising appeal
    The founder of a Birmingham charity that helps people beat their addiction with drink and drugs has announced a new funding drive to secure £250,000 over the next twelve months. Steve Dixon, CEO of Digbeth-based Changes UK, teamed up with Russell Brand to make the announcement at the ‘Sobering Thoughts’ event held at the weekend....
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