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Hopefully you will find all that you need to know about Thousand Hours and how you can get involved in bringing a kindness revolution to Ashford this October. Take a look around the website, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you out and about, making a difference to the town we love!

“Thousand Hours is an opportunity to bring the community of Ashford together, united by the belief that acts of kindness can make a big difference. We want people to step out into their neighbourhoods, either collectively or individually, to influence where they live in a positive way. Whether it be through baking a cake, picking up litter or doing some DIY, these things can have a huge impact on people and the places where they live. We can’t always do everything, but everyone can do something!”

~ Jon Davies (Thousand Hours Coordinator)

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Thousand Hours, My Story ~ Rosie Kirsch

We've been asking for your Thousand Hours stories and asking the question, 'What does Thousand Hours mean to you?' Rosie Kirsch is stepping up to the plate today to share her Thousand Hours experience and the impact it had both in her neighbourhood and in her own...

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Why Thousand Hours? ~ Hayley Burke

Continuing on with our series, sharing the stories and impact of Thousand Hours and why it was important, here's the wonderful Hayley Burke!"The reason I wanted to be a part of Thousand Hours was because I wanted to make Ashford feel like a community that loves each...

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Why Thousand Hours? ~ Alan Thatcher

We've heard and read some great stories from all of you on how you got involved in Thousand Hours, and what the impact was both in your communities and your own lives, so we wanted to share some of those stories with you. We're asking the question, 'Why Thousand...

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The Fruit Pot Story

If you've been following along the Thousand Hour journey then you will have seen that a few of our main projects have been framed by an extraordinary amount of fruit. But where did this fruit come from, you may ask! Why fruit? How did we obtain over 2,000 pots of...

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