Kensington MP, Emma Dent Coad visited Andrew Provan House earlier this month. The Labour MP was interested to find out more about the work Field Lane does in her constituency. She met staff and residents at the house, which provides a safe haven for vulnerable and homeless families. We look forward to welcoming the MP again on future visits.
Field Lane has been awarded a substantial grant by Allchurches Trust, one of the UK’s largest grant-giving charities. The money is specifically for repairs and maintenance at Andrew Provan House, our supported-living project for vulnerable young families in West London. The Trust’s funds come from Ecclesiastical Insurance Group, whose aim is always to give its profits back to society and whose values date back to the 19th Century, when a philanthropic gathering of Victorian b
As well as our news, we want to tell you about our residents. Here’s a story about one of our older, long-term residents, Raymond. Raymond was born in the sixties. He was diagnosed as being on the autistic spectrum, with a moderate learning disability and epilepsy. Both of his parents also had learning disabilities and were unable to care for him at home. Raymond was placed in residential care and shortly afterwards his parents died, leaving him with no family. He lived in th
We recently hosted a reception at the House of Lords to say thank you to all our donors and supporters. Baroness Uddin sponsored the event, which was held in the magnificent River Room. We are so grateful for the support given by all our donors, whose generosity has such a positive impact on the lives of our clients. The adults with learning disabilities and disadvantaged families we work with will always need the services we provide and we will continue to need the ongoing s