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ASNA makes front page news

Wantage & Grove Herald - 2 April

ASNA urges employers to support Carers

Earlier this month, ASNA was asked to team up with the management of Howbery Park Estates, a business park in Oxfordshire, to promote the great work it does in the local community. CEO John Ormeston has been a supporter of ASNA for a number of years since it too residence on the estate in 2008. The management have provided free use of meeting rooms for ASNA and low rental for office space. Wanting to further raise the awareness of the work ASNA does in the local community, ASNA was asked to team up with Howbery park to put on an event that would provide support for ASNA stakeholders. 'This is a wonderful opportunity' said Sophia Nicholls, co Founder of ASNA,  'to raise its profile within the local community and to provide a unique event for employers of Carers'. The 'Invite your boss event' organised by ASNA aimed to provide free information about the spiritual, social, emotional support provided by ASNA and for Employers to learn how to better support carers at work. The event also provided a free massage session for Carers. One carer expressed how good it was to have a break during the working day for a massage and to learn about the work of ASNA. 'I did not know we had such a great resource on our doorstep'. Angela Andrews, marketing manger for Howbery Park estate said ' We value ASNA on the park and wanted to do something to raise the profile of the much needed services they provide both nationally and locally'. The event was promoted in two local papers with one reaching front page news. Thanks to Howbery Park for all the support given to the charity so far.

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