On Saturday Nov 25th, men from A Band Of Brothers Cornwall worked together on a community day at Butterfly Woods near Helston.

Chris CrawfordCommunity News, Cornwall

The woods and work are in honour of David Hawke-Treneer, who ended his life by suicide in 2013. David’s parents bought this small area of abandoned private woodland and have transformed it into a place of tranquillity and healing.It’s available for local schools and mental well-being groups.The day was spent painting a long fence, assembling a shed and laying gravel on a pathway.

Interview with ABoB volunteer Izzi Polehampton in the Guardian.

Chris CrawfordPress

Izzi Polehampton, A Band Of Brothers, Falmouth Izzi Polehampton does more to help his community than almost anyone else. His mother killed herself when he was 15, leaving him with an alcoholic, abusive father. Suffering acute anxiety and depression, compounded by mental disorders and addiction, Polehampton’s life was one of self-destruction. When he discovered A Band of Brothers, however, he worked … Read More