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Is Everest Base Camp on your bucket list?
Apparently the trek to Everest Base Camp is the most popular ‘bucket list’ item - ever.
Suitably fit NARPO members now have an opportunity to make the iconic trek for a reduced price thanks to national child victims of crime charity, Embrace.
Taking place between 2 November and 21 November, and guided by Sherpa Dawa Geljen and his experienced team, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
The all-inclusive price of air fares, transfers, accommodation and meals, is just £2,500, a saving of £350.
Contact email@example.com for more info or check out the website, www.embracecvoc.org.uk/everest
Everyday we are contacted by people with dementia and their families who are struggling to access the care they need. They experience stress, anguish and exhaustion in fighting for appropriate support.
For too long the dementia care crisis has been hidden behind closed doors, lived by people who rarely have opportunities to be heard. With typical costs of dementia care at £100,000, life savings are laid to waste and family homes are eventually sold.
People like Julia who is exhausted caring for her husband, Bob, 24 hours a day. Bob wakes up at night and shouts, which keeps Julia awake – it’s often loud enough to wake the neighbours too. She went six months without a break, despite requesting carer’s respite.
Dementia can devastate lives. People affected are so busy coping with the condition – they shouldn’t have to fight the system too. We need to see leadership to urgently address these challenges – so that care is good quality, easy to access and affordable.
We are standing with people affected by dementia by letting Boris Johnson know that the dementia care crisis cannot be ignored any longer. Will you add your name to our letter to show your support?
On Thursday 13th June 2019, a special celebratory dinner was held at the Tower of London to mark NARPO’s 100 year anniversary. We were honoured to be joined by HRH The Princess Royal, who is our patron during our centenary year.
Over 500 guests from branches across the country also attended the dinner, enjoying a drinks reception and four course dinner.
You can view highlights from the evening by following this link -CLICK HERE