Apr 26

Domestic Abuse: Don’t Be A Bystander

Yesterday, the Welsh Government launched their 'Don't Be A Bystander' Campaign. Watch Kaleidoscope Project CEO, Martin Blakebrough and our employee Lisa-Marie Flavin being interviewed on ITV Wales News discussing how their support and intervention helped her escape Domestic Abuse. The campaign aims to show how important a positive intervention can be for someone experiencing or who has... read more →
Apr 24
Apr 18

Gareth Jones, our Engagement and Support Worker from Kaleidoscope​ Welshpool​ bravely speaks to Wales Online​ about his recovery journey from service user to employee.

Wales Online interviewed Gareth: "To most people, Gareth Jones was your average guy – hardworking and happy and living a normal life as a nurse. But Gareth was living a secret life. When he wasn’t working or caring for his sick mother, Gareth was drinking heavily and taking hard drugs.... read more →
Apr 16
Apr 12

Kaleidoscope Welshpool to Get New Facilities

The Powys County Times reports: A MAJOR step forward has been taken to provide better facilities for people in the Welshpool area who have substance misuse issues. Working on behalf of the multi-agency Powys Substance Misuse Area Planning Board, Powys County Council has secured a property in the town centre where... read more →
Apr 09
Apr 05
Apr 04

Our Administration Office is Moving!

On April 19th 2018, Kaleidoscope's Newport Central Team will be moving from our current office at Integra House to a new address! Our Administration Office will now be located at: Resolven House St Mellons Business Park Fortran Road St Mellons CF3 0EY
Mar 12
Mar 10

Meet the Trustees of Kaleidoscope Project!

The South Wales Argus finds out more about our Trustees and why they chose to get involved with the organisation: KALEIDOSCOPE chairman is Chris Freegard former managing director of Newport City Council. He has been involved with Kaleidoscope ever since he invited the charity to set up in the city and says it... read more →