The Camden Society hosted their annual ‘frightfully fun’ Halloween bash to promote Being Heard, Thera’s way of empowering and supporting people to say how they feel.
Using the fun and festive theme allowed people to relax and encouraged them to share good news and discuss ideas and suggestions to improve things that haven’t been working so well. With this information The Camden Society can then make positive changes.
The event was organised by Service Quality Director, Oliver Smith and his Executive Assistant Jaiwanda Patel who arranged a host of entertaining Halloween games and crafts for everyone, including a prize for the best Halloween outfit and a raffle where everyone was a winner!
The event took place on Tuesday 29 October at Ise Lodge Community Centre which was converted into a ‘haunted house’ through the creativity and hard work of Wendy Cavill and Cathy Bishop.