eddystone trust

Freemasons light the way with £10,560

The Devonshire Freemasons have recently made a grant of £10,560 to the Eddystone Trust in recognition of the extra costs and increased difficulties they have encountered during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Eddystone Trust is an independent charity that has been operating across the southwest for nearly 30 years. They deliver a range of services to people that loosely comes under the...

Christmas at Redlake

Over 50 artists, crafters, bakers, wood turners, hobbyists, jewellers and more will be on offer at the launch event of Redlake in the South Hams this weekend.

The Christmas extravaganza takes place between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 13th December and promises to have something for everyone.

This historical building sits between Bittaford and Ivybridge and is seen as a hub for all...

Pledge to go red for HIV Testing Week

People across Plymouth are being urged to pledge to go red for HIV Testing Week (22-30 November 2014) and World AIDS Day (1 December 2014)

The Eddystone Trust, the local HIV and sexual health charity, and Plymouth City Council which is the strategic lead for Public Health in the city have joined forces to promote better HIV awareness in the city.

There are an estimated 107,800...

Guide to contraception for people with learning disabilities

A new easy read guide to methods of contraception and information on local Sexual Health Services has been created for people who have a learning disability.

The guide has been developed for those working with people who have a learning disability to help initial discussions before referring on to a specialist service for further advice.

The information is presented in...

ArcHIVe – HIV – The Untold Story

The Eddystone Trust has occupied offices next to Plymouth Arts Centre in Looe Street since 1995, and in 2012 they celebrated their 25th anniversary.

The Trust is an independent HIV and sexual health organisation providing information, training and support across the South West. They have obtained funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to explore the stories of those affected by HIV in the past and present and how medical advances in the last four decades have changed lives.

An archival exhibition will open on Sunday 1 December (World AIDS Day) and will run for one...