May 1st, May Day is celebrated all around the world.  One custom of the traditional English May Day involves crowning a May Day queen and dancing around a maypole. Each country celebrates in their own unique way.

The month May was named for Maia, the Greek goddess of fertility and the United Kingdom celebrates May as the National Smile Month.  The Sun is warming, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and the garden is growing, so lets see what happening at Sahir House this month, click here for the monthly newsletter, this month we are looking at:

  • Update on travel expenses for Sahir House clients
  • Volunteering
  • Fundraising news
  • Welfare rights advice
  • Update from National AIDS Trust (NAT)
  • Interesting website links