A sample of current projects

Tregease Consultancy Projects

Hayle Youth ProjectHayle Youth Project (HYP) is a charity that provides services to young people in Cornwall, based in the west of the county, an area of high social and economic deprivation. HYP's Charitable Objectives are 'to promote inclusion, challenge discrimination, motivate, inspire, challenge and provide informal learning opportunities to young people to support them in achieving their full potential in a safe professional setting'.

The Global Natural Healthcare Trust The Global Natural Healthcare Trust (GNHCT) †was founded in 2001 by Medical Herbalist Annette Montague-Thomas, and has been working since 2001 on The Orange Farm Settlement (the largest informal settlement in Africa), situated just outside of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is home to over†2 million†+- Africans of varying tribes, many from Zimbabwe and other war torn zones and has the highest statistics for HIV/AIDS in the whole world.

GNHCT runs a large Holistic Treatment Centre to work with people from The Orange Farm Settlement where over 20,000+- patients are registered. The patients are treated holistically with medical herbs. GNHCT has also helped 13,000+- orphans coming from The Orange Farm Settlement through foster carers, and have treated many for HIV / AIDS.

Wired Cornwall Wired Cornwall †is the only rehabilitation centre in the County of Cornwall that offers support to stroke and acquired brain injury patients, following discharge from hospital. One in four people will have a stroke and nationally every five minutes someone will have a stroke. Each year over 200 people in the County of Cornwall suffer from a sudden, traumatic and severe neurological injury and that number is growing.

Support is in the form of therapies and workshops, which help patients to re-gain essential skills, assisting them to return to independent living. These include; 1:1 therapies and group psychological intervention, neuro-physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, occupational and specialist massage therapy and acupuncture, psychological therapy and a specialised nutritionist.

2020 Vision Projects

St Erth Parish Church, Cornwall St Erth Parish Church, Cornwall. The community of St Erth, located in West Cornwall has at its heart the Parish Church serving the community. Adjacent to the Church is its Church Hall which provides a community facility for various groups and organisations throughout the week and is a vital part of community life.

The Church Hall has been in need of a complete renovation to enable the continuation of its service to the community. Without this refurbishment and upgrading the Church Hall will no longer be able to accommodate safely the groups that currently use the building.

To date we have secured over £100,000 towards this project.

Newquay Methodist Church, Cornwall Newquay Methodist Church, Cornwall. In 2008/09 the 3 churches made the decision to close and sell their own premises and to unite and develop a new centre for worship, outreach and community use.

A project was formed, named the 3-2-1 Project, consisting of members of the 3 individual churches and Circuit representatives, to develop a church and community building in the Newquay area.

The vision for the future of Newquay Methodist Church will assist in meeting the needs of local people, physically, mentally and spiritually by providing flexible community space for worship and quiet reflection, for community groupsí use and to provide space for other agencies to support the needs of those local people.

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Pembroke, Wales Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Pembroke, Wales has been established since the 1860ís. The Church currently rents space at the Golden Grove Community School to facilitate their weekly service.

The church decided to look at constructing a new purpose built church building to best serve the community. A plot of land was identified and purchased and detailed plans were produced and planning permission granted.

A new church building in Pembroke is a unique and wonderful opportunity to establish a modern multi-purpose building for community and church use.

The Centre of Hope, Redruth, Cornwall The Centre of Hope, Redruth, Cornwall. The vision for this project seeks to build community, creating a hub that is run by volunteers from the local area, for everyone in that area. It will be for anyone who needs support, whether lonely, in debt, hungry or needing a listening ear.