Thanks for giving winter warmth

We asked for your help to provide new winter clothing for our residents and you responded with the kindness and generosity we’ve come to know. Soft fleecy pyjamas … winter tracksuits … jackets, beanies, socks and shoes now occupy the residents’ shelves and cupboards. Thank you so much for your amazing response. Winter has been..

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A tale of three brothers

Admitting three children from the same family back in 2009 was a first for LITTLE EDEN. All three of the brothers have profound intellectual disability owing to a suspected genetic disorder. When they first arrived here, the eldest, Tau (who was 9 years old at the time) could walk, but not talk or feed himself…

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Hello and Goodbye

During 2020, we bid farewell to four Fidesco volunteers from France – Sarah Potié, Adèle Rigoigne, Blandine Josse and Laure Pinel. We thank them for their service and dedication to our residents. Once restrictions were lifted earlier this year, we were able to welcome two new volunteers, Camille Jacob and Soline Geze, who currently serve..

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Mary’s Mill opens

On 14 May 2021 a small group of staff, members of residents’ families, and representatives of the Board of Governors gathered at Elvira Rota Village for the official opening of Mary’s Mill, a new section for 26 older, more independent residents. The setup and layout are centred around their individual needs. The name “Mary” was..

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AGM goes virtual

In the words of Stephen Hawking, “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” With this in mind, officials, staff, friends and relatives went online to attend LITTLE EDEN’s 53rd Annual General Meeting on Saturday 24 July. Rev Doug Boake, Chairman of the Board of Governors, said that, “Despite the prevailing gloom and doom in..

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