Forget me not …

Last Thursday, Signpost's Hemel Social Group cleared leaves at the 'Forget-me-not Garden' in Gadebridge Park. The Garden, opened in 2004 and run by Stillbirth and Ante-Natal Death Society (SANDS), is getting ready for the annual 'Wave of Light' event when parents across the world who have lost babies light a candle to remember their lost

Amazon recognise the support Signpost offer to young people

Signpost has received a welcome donation of £1000 from Amazon through their funding trust.  The company, who are a major employer in Hemel Hempstead, made the donation in recognition of the work Signpost does supporting young people in the area. Thank you Amazon on behalf of the organisation and the young people who will benefit.

Monthly charity pub quiz raises £8000 … and it’s still going up but bring your own chair!

Proof that big things come from small beginnings, the total raised by the regulars of the Post Office Arms in Boxmoor, through their monthly charity quiz has now topped £8,000.  With sponsorship from AIC insurance in the Old Town and prizes provided by the local shops and businesses in Boxmoor, the quiz is a true

Ancient and Modern

They say that young people and the elderly are the two most socially isolated categories in society.  So, this summer we have been exploring what happens if you bring the two groups together.  Our Hemel Social Group visited St Mary's House Residential Home in Hemel's Old Town and Our Watford Social Group have been visiting the

Signpost’s Stress-busting videos go live!

Timed to coincide with the exam season, our stress-busters videos modelling techniques for managing stress have been added to our website on our stress-busters page.  One of our counsellors worked with members of the social groups and a film student at West Herts College to create the films which give tips on breathing, visualising a