Speakeasy Advocacy on Twitter
We are now on Twitter – you can see our latest news and photos by following us on @Speakeasy2017
Read the Speakeasy Annual Report for 2015-2016
Speakeasy had our Annual General Meeting on the 9th December to talk about what we had done between April 2015 and March 2016. You can read the Annual Report here. People who […]
Do you want to be a Speakeasy Trustee?
We are looking for new Trustees to support our work at Speakeasy. Anyone can apply, but we are particularly interested in hearing from people who have experience of business or the […]
Hampshire Self Advocacy Day a great success!
Speakeasy supported 20 people to take part in an event for 100 people with a learning disability from all over Hampshire on 19th May. People had the chance to take part […]
GOOD NEWS – Speakeasy to continue to provide advocacy until 2020!
Speakeasy are part of the winning bid to provide advocacy across Hampshire for adults and children from 1st April. We will be working in partnership with Choices Advocacy, Havant and East […]
Student social worker on placement at Speakeasy
Maggie is a social work student from the University of West London doing her final year work placement with us at Speakeasy. This is an exciting opportunity to help educate a […]
Speakeasy Annual Report 2015
Find out about all the work that Speakeasy did in April 2014 – March 2015 by reading our latest Annual Report (the full set of Accounts is available on the Charity […]
Speakeasy working in Hart & Rushmoor from 1st December
Speakeasy Trustees have agreed to work in the Hart & Rushmoor area of Hampshire after being approached by the current provider Just Advocacy. We will be providing Care Act Advocacy for […]
Basingstoke group happy about changes
The Basingstoke self advocacy group ‘Happy Club’ had fun at the Tea Bar on 3rd July. The group now meets at Speakeasy once a month with staff support following changes we made […]
Speakeasy to provide Care Act Advocacy
GOOD NEWS! From 1st April 2015 Speakeasy will be providing the new Care Act Advocacy service as part of a consortium of local advocacy organisations. Anyone who has substantial difficulties […]