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Fundraisers supporting us during COVID-19

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Charity, News on 29th April, 2020

Fundraisers supporting us during COVID-19

In response to the community rallying to support the NHS and our organisation during this time of crisis we have launched an appeal to help our staff and patients. Already our incredible fundraisers have raised more than £5,000 through a variety of unique and inspiring ways. These include: Robbie, Events Manager from...

Langdon celebrating Captain Tom Moore's 100th birthday

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Charity, News on 29th April, 2020

On Thursday 30 April Langdon will be celebrating Captain Tom Moore's birthday by walking 100 laps around the recreational areas in honour of the laps that Tom has walked in his garden. Patients, staff and family members as well as the local community are invited to take part in their own...

Lemon Jelli visit Langdon

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 29th April, 2020

Lemon Jelli visit Langdon

Mobile bistro Lemon Jelli visited Langdon in Dawlish on Friday to say thank you to the NHS and to show their appreciation for everyone’s continued hard work. On offer was freshly ground coffee and cakes and their trademark vintage van, pictured, was serving from 10am-4pm in the Dewnans Centre Car...

NHS Nightingale Exeter

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 24th April, 2020

NHS Nightingale Exeter will be a regional facility providing care and treatment for patients from Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset. As well as treating the sickest patients, Nightingale Exeter could also be used for those patients with less severe problems associated with COVID-19 – and for those who are recovering after a...

COVID-19 charity appeal

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Charity, News on 21st April, 2020

COVID-19 charity appeal

Our staff have been working hard to ensure the current outbreak of COVID-19 doesn’t prevent them from helping people who access mental health or learning disability support. Our organisation is keeping its services going as much as possible, and has made a number of alterations to how it operates to ensure...

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