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We’re finalists in the HSJ Awards 2018!

Great news! Medway’s amazing Time Credits programme ‘Involving Medway’ (run by Medway Clinical Commissioning Group) has been named a finalist in the...
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Stephen, Carmarthenshire: “Time Credits have helped to grow my confidence”

Stephen, aged 52 from Carmarthenshire led an active lifestyle until he experienced eyesight deterioration several years ago. Previously a tyre fitter by trade,...
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Les, East Lancashire: Socialising outside of my caring role is important

Why is Les involved with Time Credits? Les found out about Time Credits through a meeting in his local library in Burnley. He saw Time Credits as an...
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Audrey, Westminster: Spending Time Credits on sightseeing with friends

A bit about Audrey Audrey is a Communications professional and is currently volunteering whilst she looks for paid work. Audrey loves going to classical...

Setting the Tempo with our five year strategy

Our CEO Ian Merrill writes... Since Time Credits were first used 10 years ago to support communities in the Welsh valleys, more than 50,000 people have earned...

Civil Society Strategy: Looking ahead

Our CEO Ian Merrill writes The launch of the Civil Society Strategy feels timely as Tempo also launches its new 5-year strategy - it was the Office for Civil...

Two new trustees join the Tempo team

Tempo’s Board of Trustees is delighted to announce the appointment of two new members, one of whom has been selected to become our Chair. These appointments...

Activating Communities for Health: Tempo events this October

Community centred approaches and partnerships with the voluntary sector are key to local and national NHS and public health strategies for improving health and...

Spending Time Credits – Cornish delights from seals to sculptures

Cornwall Time Credits is our latest South West programme, delivered in partnership with Cornwall Council, and working closely with individuals accessing...

Writing to the NHS of… 2088

Our CEO Ian Merrill writes… The NHS is seventy years young, as some (cheesier) birthday cards might say. Despite the ongoing discussions around funding and...

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