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Lauren Ivy & The Engine to perform at the Silkworth Charity Ball

30/01/20

We are excited to announce that Lauren Ivy & The Engine will be performing at The Silkworth Charity Ball on Saturday 21st March at The Royal Yacht.

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Living in Recovery on the Weekend

23/01/20

It’s that Friday feeling! Washing away the working weeks’ stresses and gearing up for the weekend. But if you are living a clean & sober life, certain events and old habits need to be avoided. Becoming clean/sober is a real life change. We’ve all seen pubs/bars overflowing with friends catching up with each other, socialising, celebrating. But these kind of environments are not always healthy for people in recovery. So instead of avoiding soc

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Martin Luther King Jr Day & Recovery

20/01/20

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day comes around once a year in January. This day also celebrates his birthday, a time to stop and think about his legacy of peace and nonviolence. Racial equality was only one of MLK’s great goals. He also focused attention on poverty and war. Although his legacy seems to focus on desegregation, he inspires everyone, including those in recovery, to take heart and have courage in the midst of challenges. For any of us

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Introducing our new Day Service/Family Service Time Table for Broad Street 2020

08/01/20

New Recovery Support Group on a Tuesday Lunchtime:  1.00pm – 2.00pm (Open to all in Recovery) Silkworth Day Service are offering a new service to help those in recovery have access to a recovery support group on a weekday lunchtime.  Bring  your own lunch, we provide teas and coffees and a quiet, safe, private venue to talk about recovery in a structured group format that is open to discussion and questions.  Anyone from the recovery community

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New Year Resolutions in Recovery

31/12/19

“Resolutions are about progress, not perfection” The promise of the New Year makes optimists out of most of us. We feel empowered by the symbolic new beginning that it offers and want to reinvent ourselves. Most people make resolutions that involve the “commitment” to improve their lives. This commitment to a resolution can be a positive step towards self-improvement but there are certain realities that must be kept in mind when making the res

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