Community


This Wednesday the time bank broker will be at Freemantle Community Centre, 10.00-12.30 if you want to pop in and find out more about time banking and how you too can become involved. For further information you can call or text the broker on 07795 050 294. Listen to this Post

Talk to the broker


FTB 3rd Anniversary
Some of the visitors at the Southampton Time Banks get together/Freemantle Time Bank’s 3rd birthday. A huge thank you to everyone that helped especially coping with a flooded kitchen, no water, other centre users, decorating three rooms and a reception area, etc. I am really proud to call you all my friend. 🙂 Listen to this Post

It was Freemantle Time Bank’s 3rd birthday


Brilliant morning at the Repair Cafe promoting time banking. Lots of residents helping with repairs, Traid sharing their skills on how to make bags out of tee shirts and Curb supplying a lunch from food saved from landfill.   —- Listen to this Post

Repair Cafe



I had a lovely afternoon visiting Oasis Academy Mayfield on Friday 27th February meeting with the students, staff and University of Southampton students to find out about their new ‘Grow Together’ project. It sounds really exciting where residents go along to help the students (probably on a Thursday lunch time). If you are interested in becoming involved please get in touch with Collette at the Academy on the below email. ‘Grow Together’ is a local […]

Grow Together project


It reads: Keep calm and Happy 2015, in a snowy pathway as background
This is a hidden note from the WebAdmin just for you. If you use screen reader, please help us make this website more accessible to you by sending us your comment or suggestions. We are willing to learn and make the Internet more accessible for all users of all abilities. Thank you for visiting our web page. ( ). We hope each timebank member had an enjoyable end of 2014 and are now looking forward to all […]

Keep Calm and Happy 2015


If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. The world needs more of that.
Even the busiest of people can be time bank members, if you only do a few exchanges a year…they can make all the difference for the people receiving the help. Not forgetting, you too can receive help, a job shared is a job halved. For details on how to become a member of one of the Southampton time banks email freemantletimebank@gmail.com     Listen to this Post

If you have the power to make someone happy, do ...



Freemantle Time Bank Broker, Gwyneth Baker
Dear All, Thank you all for a wonderful 2014 of building friendships, helping one another at times of need, or just being there to share skills, or help ease the burden of completing an onerous task.  Since the launch of the Freemantle Time Bank, we have recruited 124 members who have helped one another with over 2000 hours.  Give yourselves a pat on the back.   Let’s hope we build on this, in 2015. Welcome to […]

Last Bulletin 2014





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Freemantle Time Bank shared a link. Posted by Gwyneth Grace Baker · Yesterday This is the final reminder about the Freemantle and Shirley Network Survey, if you haven’t completed it yet, please try and take a few minutes to do so…this is your opportunity to help look at how services can be delivered differently in the area. To start the survey click here Listen to this Post

Freemantle and Shirley Network Survey


This Thursday Time Bank members will be coming together to make plans for 2015. If you wish to be part of our growing membership then why not come along to find out the benefits of being time bank members. Please join us in the Ivy Grant room at Freemantle Community Centre, Randolph Street between 6.00-8.00 p.m. For further details you can call or text the broker on 07795 050 294. Listen to this Post

Planning 2015




Lost poster
Freemantle Time Bank shared BlackDogTribe.Com‘s photo. Posted by Gwyneth Grace Baker · 10 November Good morning, tribe! No longer recognising yourself is a common feeling when suffering from depression.Today, make it your mission to be kind to yourself and make a few steps to an achievement – however big or small – to make you feel like you again. Explaining depression can also be quite difficult. We’ve put together a Pinterest board that might make […]

Lost in depression?