The Nelson Trust
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Royal Visit

A Very Special Royal Visit

We were honoured to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge to our award winning Women's Centre in Gloucester. HRH talked with staff, supporters and women accessing the centre about the service.

Our client said

“HRH was very nice and it seemed like she actually cared. It meant a lot that she really listened to what we were saying.”

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Hub Live! The Sober Parrot

The Sober Parrot is now open for breakfast, lunch, light bites, and delicious mocktails! Take your lunch back to the office, or join us for evenings of live music, poetry, and more! Monday-Wednesday 8am - 4pm; Thursday and Friday 8am - 6pm; Saturday 9am - 7pm; and Sunday 10am - 4pm

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Entertainment @ The Sober Parrot

The Sober Parrot will be Cheltenham’s first alcohol free live entertainment venue. If you're a local artist searching for the next great open mic, we would love to hear from you! Drop us a message on Social Media or pop in to our location at 7 St James' Square!

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Garden Day 2018

It's not too late to book your place for our popular garden day event on June 25th at Daglingworth House. Enjoy walking spectacular gardens, browsing stalls of local businesses, and a lovely picnic lunch. The perfect way to enjoy a summer day! To purchase tickets, or for more information please contact melissa.atherton@nelsontrust.com

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Dan Snow - Somerset Lecture 28th February

Tensions of court and country unfold in The Nelson Trust’s first lecture in Somerset – The Battle of Sedgemoor, given my historian Dan Snow. Dan who spent his childhood being taken around castles, battle fields, country houses and churches will certainly bring to life this epic final battle of the Monmouth rebellion.

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GDPR 2018

The Nelson Trust complies with the new General Data Protection Regulations Please fill out our form on the Contact Page

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Howard League Community Award - Rose Mahon

Rose Mahon our Head of Excellence and Development won “Criminal justice Champion” at the Howard League Community Awards. Rose has had a significant impact on the development of The Nelson Trust service response to women caught up in the criminal justice system and those at risk of the same. She has designed, developed and delivered award winning services that divert individuals away from the criminal justice system. Her knowledge and expertise helps define best practice such as trauma informed; her innovative thinking is used by others as resource to influence policy. She is dynamic to the extent that she ensures services continuously evolve to take service user need into account, as she strives to ensure that criminality is not added to the significant challenges people with multiple vulnerabilities face. Rose is passionate when it comes to advocating for the disadvantaged in the criminal justice system, she works tirelessly to make sure those without a voice are heard. Rose makes a big impression on all who come into contact with her, she has the ability to engage the most entrenched hard to reach complex women away from the criminal justice system and into a life of independence.