26th October 2019
Imad Alarnad, who was one of the first refugees that Wycombe Refugee Partnership resettled and supported, is returning to High Wycombe to cater for a dinner event on Saturday 26th October. Half of the profit will go to Wycombe Refugee Partnership and the other half to All Saints Church. This will be a great opportunity to find out more about Wycombe Refugee Partnership, meet other people in the community, eat delicious food and support refugees. Click here to read more about Imad.
Click here to read Wycombe Refugee Partnership's first newsletter. Here you will find information about the charity's 19th family who has been welcomed to High Wycombe, the Annual General Meeting that took place on the 24th August 2019 as well as past and upcoming events.
MELLOR HOUSE IS READY!
9th June 2018
Chilterns Area Quaker Meeting completed the purchase of the house which they are making available as a halfway house for refugee families. It will be called Mellor House, in memory of the donors. It has now been renovated and is ready for a new family to move in.
AUTUMN GALA DINNER
24th November 2018
Wycombe Refugee Partnership organised an Autumn Gala Dinner for 120 people. There was live music from Piper's Corner School, a talk by Majeda Khoury, "The Syrian refugee who feeds everyone she meets" (BBC News) and Iranian food cooked by one of the refugee families that Wycombe Refugee Partnership has resettled.