MP Praises aBoB’s work

Conservative MP Caroline Ansell visited the recent Eastbourne Homecoming ceremony and was very impressed.
She wrote about it glowingly in her recent newsletter. In it she says that “it was humbling to learn about this Homecoming ceremony and to see young men many from troubled pasts, take steps back into their families
and friends”.

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Brighton-based abandofbrothers celebrated Queen’s Award for voluntary service

Brighton-based abandofbrothers celebrated Queen’s Award for voluntary service

A CHARITY which helps criminals get their lives back on track has celebrated receiving an award from the Queen. Brighton-based abandofbrothers was one of a handful of Sussex charities to be given the Queen’s Award for voluntary service. It is the highest award in the country to be given to voluntary groups. The charity provides mentors to work with young men who need to get their lives back on track.   Read the full article...
aBoB receives the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

aBoB receives the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

aBoB received the highest charity accolade, the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service on Monday July 20th at Brighton’s Corn Exchange. It was a wonderful event – warm, humorous and most importantly, a deserved recognition of how far abob have come as an organisation. It was truly moving to see all the aBoB men present – young and old – receive the certificate and ward from Peter Field, the Lord Lieutenant of Sussex. “It wouldn’t seem right for one man to receive this award when we are a community of men,” said Chief Executive, Nathan Roberts while acknowledging 30,000 volunteer hours contributed by aBoB men. Images by Ben...