The IT Suite is now open at The Tree of Life Centre on Greenbrow Road. This is currently a FREE service and you are welcome to come in and use our fast reliable computers for a variety of tasks such as:-
If you're new to computers then don't worry! Computer lessons are also available and there are no set times, so you can come in and learn at your own pace. We can get you taking those first steps to become computer literate and also help you setup your very own email address.
We're open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm so please feel free to drop in!
The Tree of Life would like to acknowledge the passing of Wythenshawe MP Paul Goggins, who died in hospital after collapsing in January. Mr. Goggins supported our organisation, worked tirelessly for the community for many years and, on a personal note, seemed like a genuinely lovely man.
This post has now been filled. Congratulations to Jennifer Goodwin who has now taken this position.
That's right, we need a Volunteer coordinator to help . This is a great role and you'll be responsible for recruitment, training and personal development of volunteers and will provide direction, co-ordination and consultation for all volunteers within the organisation. The person appointed will work at both sites in Wythenshawe.
There's a full job description and more details on our current vacancies page.
Please note that for the Christmas and New Year holiday period both branches of Tree of Life Centre Wythenshawe in Newall Green and Woodhouse Park will close on Thursday 20th December on re-open at 10am on Wednesday 2nd January 2013
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support during the last 12 months and we look forward to welcoming you back in the New Year
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
It is with great sadness that we announce the Thanksgiving service for the life of Harold ward at Alderley Edge Methodist Church at 11.00am on wednesday 5th December 2012.
Harold was the initiator of furniture re-use and worked tirelessly to ensure the people of Wythenshawe could have affordable furniture. The Tree of Life Centre grew out of the work he did and we want to honour his memory by continuing that work. He will be much missed and we thank god for the foundations he laid in Wythenshawe
It is with sadness that the trustees accepted the resignation of Rita Finn at the September AGM due to ill health. Rita was one of the founders of the charity and has been secretary since the beginning of the organisation. We hope she feels better soon.
We are delighted to announce that Simon Butterworth joined us as a trustee in September and Julie Booker in November 2012. Simon works at Manchester Airport and Jule works for Parkway Green. Both organisations are working in Wythenshawe to improve the health and well being of the local community and we are looking forward to working with them to further develop the organisation.