Zest: Autumn 2018

Zest Autumn 2018 issue - Easy Read version

The theme of this issue is community so we are taking a look at what community means to different people and how important being part of a community is.

Tim - Zest guest editor
Tim - Zest's guest editor

We are delighted to have Tim from Northfield House, Somerset as this issues guest editor! Tim has been involved in the editing process, helping to bring your amazing stories to life.
Tim makes his very own newsletter, with news about Northfield House. Everyone loves to read it! We are very excited to have Tim involved in this issue.

Have you got any exciting news you want to shout about? – all you need to do is send your story in to communications@voyagecare.com.

As usual, we have included an easy-read booklet with this issue’s highlights.

Remember to look out for quiz questions throughout the magazine that you can guess the answer to. Take a look at the back cover and see how you can win an Amazon voucher!

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and, as always, please do let us know what you think!

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