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Asha Trust Curry Night – Saturday 26th January – 7:30pm

Come to our Sri Lankan Curry Night to support Asha Trust! There will be delicious Sri Lankan food – several vegetarian curries, as well as fish and meat. Most will be mild. Wine and soft drinks available. £12 (£7 children) Also lovely wood turned items from two local supporters, available to purchase on the night. Tickets available via eventbrite: Purchase…

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Wishing all our supporters a Happy Christmas!

Thanks for all your support in 2018! You can find out what has been happening with the work in Sri Lanka by accessing our newsletter here: Newsletter December 2018 Sign up to our quarterly newsletter here:Subscribe

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Promoting creativity, a healthy lifestyle and celebrating difference!

Our support for children and young people in Badowita continues to develop as we adapt our new Afterschool Club timetable to meet the needs of those who access it. We are currently conducting a consultation with children, parents and the staff team.  Initial findings have been very positive with good feedback from all involved as well as new ideas about…

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Ashas’s 12th Birthday Party!

Sat 1st  October, 7.30pm at ‘BB’s’, 53 Hampton Road, Forest Gate E7 0PD Asha Trust was set up in 2004 and became a charity in  2005, and we want to invite you to a special Asha Party for all our supporters to thank them for the work we have been doing together over the last 12 years. We will show…

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Newsletter Christmas 2015

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Volunteers at the Asha Centre

In the last couple of months, the Asha Centre in Badowita has been happy to have the support of some volunteers who have given up their time to offer their support and expertise to those who access the centre. One of these people is Dilhara, who has an MSc in Applied Psychology and significant experience working in the field including…

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August activities at the centre in Athidiya

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Asha Trust in the news

The Asha bread stall at Woodgrange Market has been featured in ‘The Jellied Eel’, London’s Magazine for ethical eating. Profits from bread sales support those with disabilities living in Athidiya. Find out more here: jellied_eel_47-1 8

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Trevor’s blog

Simran has expressed how we all feel about the work of the Asha Trust at the Centre and what we can achieve in a few days. However  it was with great satisfaction that we were able complete several small projects on the last morning before ‘The Show’. Alison and Chris were gardening in their very fine hats, Simran, Scarlet and…

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Working at RCCI

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