|In 2013 we have
donated to these charities:
interested in raising money for your charity?
Please contact Beryl Talbot at firstname.lastname@example.org
for details of our charity nights.
Perthes disease affects childrens hips.
One of our members, Chloe, has a sister who is
affected by this disease.
Walking Matilda USA
The Tree of Hope offers hope to
the families of sick children in the UK who need
specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy
and equipment in order to free them from
suffering, giving a better quality to their young
of Nash College
'Outstanding' Special Needs school in West
Wickham. Catering to students aged 11-19
has been awarded a grant of £500 by the members
of the West Wickham Pantomime Society,
which has been used to provide a new picnic bench
for the playground.
Students and staff attended the presentation of
the bench by WWPS member Beryl Talbot in June
national charity for sick children
DEBRA is the national charity working on behalf
of people in the UK with the genetic skin
blistering condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)
Royal National Lifeboat Institution
donation in memory of our past president, Laurie
doesn't look much! But this portable oxygen
monitor bought by WWPS will give a child freedom
to play outside!
Presentation by our Chairman, Tony Dunne.
Chris Tuck's West
Wickham Health and Fitness (WWHF) campaign..
Limits to Transformation' to support the Priory
School, a community school in South
Norwood for students with profound learning
difficulties and autism.