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“Wax On Wax Off”… Changing Lives Through Coach I HAVE a poignant memory of being 10 or 11 and watching, for the first time, the now classic Karate Kid movie. It will be etched in my brain for two reasons; firstly the trouble my cousin got into afterwards for doing the Crane Kick off a […] Read More

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A Day in The Life… an interview with Niomi AT A Way Out our focus has always been seeing the lives of the most at-risk people, caught in abuse, addiction, poverty and exploitation, dramatically turned around. And when the focus always remains about the ‘who’ and not just the ‘how’, what you get is an incredible […] Read More

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Beauty for Ashes WHEN we dream, at A Way Out, about what our next year will look like, it’s often not about us at all. Let me explain… In a discussion just last week about our thoughts for a new campaign to raise awareness and to encourage people to raise funds for us, we couldn’t […] Read More

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A rethink of hope HOW many times have you ever read this, or seen this image posted? It’s actually something I have used myself, and have certainly seen it too many times to count. Even on a recent Africa trip I shared some of its wisdom with some precious ladies who were dealing with some […] Read More

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Some words to frame this new year I have a soft spot for beautiful, ornate frames.  According to the dictionary, a frame is both a rigid structure that surrounds something such as a picture, door, or windowpane, or it can be a verb meaning to formulate a plan or system. When it comes to looking ahead […] Read More

A New Chapter for A Way Out

It’s hard to know where to begin; Many of you will have supported A Way Out for a long time and have followed our journey over the years, as we have endeavored to reach out to our communities most broken and marginalised people. Seeing an end to addiction, poverty and sexual exploitation, amongst women and […] Read More

The Gift of Christmas

A Way Out are hosting a Christmas Carol Service called The Gift of Christmas on Monday 23rd December from 3.30pm-4.30pm in the Cave Café. It’s an opportunity to get together, sing Christmas songs led by the wonderful Liam Bradley, eat mince pies and hear a message from the fabulous Lindsay Bruce. We hope that you […] Read More

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Giving is for a life… not just a Christmas Let’s be honest, it’s that time of year again. Every charity, cause and goodwill organisation is asking for help in the run up to Christmas, and here at A Way Out, at first glance, we appear to be no different.In just a few moments we want to remind […] Read More

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It’s time to shine! It’s been a busy few weeks, as ever, here at A Way Out in Stockton. With Autumn now here and Christmas just around the corner we have plenty to keep us busy in terms of the services we provide and the people we exist to serve. Food poverty remains a high […] Read More

Awards, awards, awards

Wow, two awards in one week! A Way Out has been chosen as 2013 Living Well Trust Winner of the Community Leader Award. Geoff Baxter, Chief Executive of The Living Well Trust Said “It felt that the significant commitment to Coach and the impact this will have on the community as well as the individuals […] Read More
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