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We’ve won a Health and Social Care Award!

The Spice Wales team had a great reason to celebrate recently, after being named overall winner of the Health & Social Care category in the prestigious...

Westminster Time Credits: Community festivities

The festive season can be a hectic time: wrapping up last minute jobs and tasks, making arrangements to see family and travelling hundreds of miles to get...
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Recognising World Mental Health Day with Clarendon Recovery College and Simon

10 October marks World Mental Health Day – and we want to spotlight one of our incredible community partners that uses Time Credits to help people affected...

Time Credits: Supporting the recovery journey

In late September, over 200 people took to the streets of North London for the Haringey Recovery Walk and Recovery Pride festival, two events to highlight and...

Time Credits to go on display at the Museum of London!

Visitors to the Museum of London will soon be able to spot a Time Credit in the shiny cabinets as our London notes are set to go on museum display for the...

Spice appoints new Chair of Trustees

Spice is pleased to announce that Ruth Sutherland, CEO of Samaritans, has been appointed Chair of the Spice Board of Trustees. Ruth Sutherland takes up the...
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Tim, Carmarthenshire: “We had a Time Credit holiday in London!”

On a recent trip to London, Tim Wiffen, his wife and 12-year-old son, visited the Tower of London and took a Thames Clipper boat trip along the river - all...

It’s Our Time Wales: Launch

In April this year, we hosted the official launch of It's Our Time Wales at St Fagans Museum of Welsh Life. The programme celebrates the invaluable roles that...
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Clive, South West Wales: ‘It was liberating to be the musician again’

Clive’s passion is music, and he loves to play the guitar, having busked internationally for many years. Clive began to experience problems with his mobility...
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Stephanie, Llanelli: “I’ve made so many new friends through Time Credits”

When Stephanie first got involved with Time Credits two years ago it was by accident. Having just moved into a new complex for people aged 58 and above in...

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