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The Power of Play

The Power of Play

One can reminisce about the excitement of the summer holidays, when you had just finished school for the year, and are ready to go out and have six weeks of carefree fun. Was that not an amazing feeling? This is where Challengers comes in, the charity provides play and leisure schemes for disabled children and young people, meaning that everyone …

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The Charity Making Headway In Surrey

The Charity Making Headway In Surrey

Headway (National Head Injuries Association) is a charity working to improve life after brain injury. Through its network of more than 125 groups and branches in the UK, it has provided support, services and information to brain injury survivors, their families and carers, as well as to those in the health and legal professions since 1980. Headway Surrey provides support …

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Fighting For A Cure With The Lily Foundation

Fighting For A Cure With The Lily Foundation

The Lily Foundation is a charity based in Surrey built on the bravery and strength of a little girl named Lily. Lily had a chronic illness called mitochondrial disease, developed at birth. Founded in 2007, The Lily Foundation was started to give hope, answers and support to other children and families facing the challenges of the disease. Mitochondrial disease is …

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Horley & District University Of The Third Age

Horley & District University Of The Third Age

The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an independent organisation founded in 1982. It is a unique and exciting voluntary organisation that provides life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities for members. Each area nationwide is run by its own management committee under the rules set by the U3A Trust. The U3A’s mission statement is to learn, laugh and live – the …

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Surrey’s First World War History Preserved In Tapestry

Surrey’s First World War History Preserved In Tapestry

In April 2015, Riverhouse Barn launched a community stitch project to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli campaign, and the important role of the Mount Felix Hospital in Walton on Thames during the battle and throughout the First World War. April 25, marks the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand forces – ANZAC, fighting on the Gallipoli peninsular against …

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Changing Lives Through Performing Arts In Surrey

The Orpheus Centre is an independent, specialist college in Surrey that works to increase the confidence and skills of disabled, young adults through the performing arts.  The centre has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. The students at the centre receive a diverse and holistic learning …

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Bringing Darfur Back To Life With Kids For Kids

Kids for Kids is a charity based in Dorking which adopts remote villages in the Darfur region of western Sudan, where children are living in poverty. The star of BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous, Joanna Lumley OBE has been a supporter of Kids for Kids for many years. Joanna Lumley OBE, says: “Goat milk will save a child from starvation, and this …

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Girl Power In Horley With Girl Guiding

Since 1909 around 250 million Girl Guides have been changing lives and building a better world through leadership development, community action, service to others, peer education and advocacy. Girl guiding is a liberal, modern organisation for young women. It is no longer about homemaking and learning how to be a good hostess. Gone are qualifications such as the laundress badge …

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Enjoy The Country Life!

Enjoy The Country Life!

If you love to support businesses in your community and equally have a natter over a cuppa and a delicious slice of cake, why not pop down to the Horley Country Market in the heart of the town? Horley Country Market is a community enterprise, established more than 40 years-ago. They have a loyal band of customers, yet many people …

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Horley & Crawley FMA UK Action and Support Group

At the beginning of the decade there were more than two million cases of fibromyalgia recorded in the United Kingdom but for many suffers in the UK their condition goes undiagnosed, and many GPs know little about the disease and treatments, but there is a group close-to-home doing its bit to help. Horley & Crawley FMA UK Action and Support …

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