Christmas Jumper-thon 2018

tuesday 18 December -
all day

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Tuesday 18 December


Druglink’s second Christmas Jumper-thon is on Tuesday 18th December 2018! Our 2017 Jumper-thon enabled us to develop our Schools Awareness Programme. In the last few months we’ve delivered alcohol and other drugs awareness sessions to more than 500 local school students. The aim of the programme is to educate students, teachers and parents on substances and their effects . This year we’re hoping to raising more funds to enable us to drive even more education and knowledge, to help children/ young adults make sensible decisions, and to prevent possible issues with substances in the future. We don’t receive external funding for this work so your support makes it possible.  

To get involved:

  1. Pull on your festive pullover on Tuesday 18th December

  2. You collect the cash on the day (£1 per person)

  3. Take photos of everyone in their jolly jumpers and share with us (

  4. We’ll arrange a time to pick up the money, or donate at

Christmas Bazaar 2018

Sunday 9 December

Adeyfield Community Centre

Thank you for everybody who came along to our Christmas bazaar, and to all our stall holders for their support and making it such a fun day. 

Christmas bazaar 2018 poster.jpg

Druglink Benefit Concert

On Saturday 24th February a Music Benefit was held to raise funds for Druglink. The event took place at Southern Maltings in Ware. The Benefit was arranged by the incredible Lori Barker who teaches Yoga for Oxygen Recovery residents as part of our recovery programme. Lori also volunteers as an events organiser at Southern Maltings, and used to lecture and manage art & design programmes at Hertford Regional College (HRC). She had the idea to bring these three elements together to raise funds and to promote the creative work that HRC students produce. An amazing group of community volunteers and performers worked together to create this event. We were honoured to see performances from The Subways' Billy Lunn along with support from local acts Breakers, The Real McKoys and Lewis Bootle, plus there was a pop-up shop selling merchandise created by HRC students. It was an incredible night! Thank you to everyone who came along, and of course to Lori and everybody else involved in making the events such a success. 


Druglink Dog Show

Sunday 2 July 2017

Supported by:

Recovery Assistance Dogs, Short Bark Bubble & Sides and Coffee Ethic


We all had a great day at the inaugural Druglink Dog Show, thank you to everybody who came along to support us. Take a look at the photos from the day.