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The reality of Christmas

As 2016 draws to a close, all of us here at Cinnamon are looking to taking time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, surrounded by those who mean the most to us. As we enter into the fullness of Christmas festivities, it’s important that we pause to remember those who are less fortunate than ourselves. […]

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Five Benefits of the Cinnamon Incubation Process

Today’s Cinnamon Bite features MakeLunch founder Rachel Warwick, reflecting on the Cinnamon project incubation process. Today, we are celebrating MakeLunch’s 5th anniversary. MakeLunch is a national charity working through a network of churches to provide meals during school holidays for children and families who rely on free school meals during term time. Our first Kitchen […]

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Developing Innovative New Projects

Today’s Cinnamon Bite by Alice Benham, reviews the Cinnamon Project Lab of 27th June, where five finalists were invited to present their project to a judging panel to see who could become Cinnamon’s next Recognised Project. Two weeks ago, on Tuesday June 27th, Cinnamon hosted the final of the Project Lab Competition (you can catch up on live […]

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The Antidote to Uncertainty

Today’s Cinnamon Bite comes from Matt Bird’s Saturday column in the Times (Saturday, July 2), in which he addresses some of the uncertainties arising from recent political events.   The outcome of the EU Referendum, whether you voted leave or remain, means that we are all feeling more uncertain, vulnerable and insecure than we did ten […]

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Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday

For this week’s Cinnamon Bite, we reproduce the article by Cinnamon Founder Matt Bird from The Times newspaper, Saturday March 27. Louise was one of my best friends. Lovely, loving, and loyal. She was a beautiful person inside and out. I knew she was unwell but I never realised how unwell until one day, I received […]

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