14 Jan 2019

Please keep sending in your entries for our Dignity in Action Day Poetry Competition. Think about what evokes emotion and awareness of dignity for you.

Entries can be in any medium: such as written, painted or via voice recording. All entries must be received by 5pm on Friday 25th January.

The winners will be announced on Friday 1st February in conjunction with Dignity in Action Day.

Prizes include: £50 Amazon voucher, Clare Waterfall artwork and a Lush Gift Basket.

We look forward to reading your creative efforts.


3 Jan 2019

Our Dignity Poem competition is now open. Entries accepted from Solo employees, clients and their families. Please get creative and share your thoughts on what dignity means to you via the medium of poetry.

The closing date for entries is Friday January 25th, with winners being announced on Friday 1st January as part of our Dignity in Action day celebrations.

Entries can be in any form: written, painted, a voice recording to ensure inclusion for all.

We look forward to receiving them.




21 Dec 2018

Read about our December Review 2018. 

20 Dec 2018

Each year at Solo HQ we donate non perishable food and toiletries in lieu of giving Christmas cards.

These are delivered to The Friary a local organisation working with homeless and vulnerable adults. Thank you to all the team for donating for this worthy cause.

We're also enjoying reading about the charitable donation made each day via our Advent of Change Advent Calendar. This week we have given a book to a seriously ill child via the donnalouise project as well as helped to fund one of twelve centres providing homeless people with warmth, safety and companionship on Christmas Day via the charity Crisis.



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