Aggie Weston's Plymouth was out and about last work working alongside RNRMW Plymouth as they re-opened three of the Community Centres in Plymstock, Crownhill and Torpoint.
Aggie Weston's Pastoral Worker Simon was able to introduce CAP Money our money budgeting course and Storybook Waves to the families in attendance. Simon also spent time with the families as when he ran a Storybook Waves Book Club session.
The NFF, Jack and Jills and other organisations supporting the RN and RM were also there to speak to families.
Simon Thomas, Aggie Weston's Pastoral worker said "It was great to be with the Naval and Marine communities, and we look forward to continuing partnering together. If you’re interested in CAP Money, please get in touch with Aggies Plymouth".