Blog

We like to share what is happening at Spice and the great work of our partners and friends. Here you’ll find a range of voices, opinions and views – from inspiring stories of personal change, to organisations who have made impressive transformations with Time Credits, to insights from our team on implementing change and working across the UK. If you would like to blog here, just get in touch!

The Sum of its parts

They say that something is bigger than the sum of its parts, but it’s so rewarding to look at the impact on individual’s lives through Time Credits.

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Time Credits in the East of England

Time Credits are supporting a range of outcomes for communities and services in the East of England, through programmes delivered by Spice in partnership with the West Norfolk Partnership, Cambridgeshire County Council and the CHS Group.

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DCMS features Spice in new Social Action report

“Spice is an organisation that pioneers Time Credits as a way of valuing the time people give as volunteers, peer supporters, mentors and more"

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Time Credits tackle social isolation and loneliness

Three ways that Spice Time Credits help to reduce social isolation

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Take part in our Time Credits Evaluation

Complete our quick survey and be in with a chance to win an iPad!

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Chief Medical Officer for Wales recommends Time Credits

Time Credits feature in the national health report from Dr Frank Atherton, Chief Medical Officer for Wales

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My first Christmas panto with Time Credits

With lots of opportunities on offer, deciding on where to spend a Time Credit is often a (delightful) dilemma. Especially if you’re keen to try something new.

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Engaging Tenants Creatively in Carmarthenshire

Housing Officers in Carmarthenshire have been getting creative with tenant participation! Llanelli came alive with colour this month when local tenants came along to a workshop carrying chairs, tables, baskets and boxes. They all learned more about the art of shabby chic and turned tired old favorites into new statement pieces of furniture to take pride of place in the front room.

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