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Headway hunts for more volunteers and survivors
Apr25

Headway hunts for more volunteers and survivors

Headway Aylesbury Vale has fantastic premises and a bumper lottery grant, so you may think life is perfect for the charity. But trustees are on the urgent look-out for more volunteers and more survivors of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), as well as additional funds so they can fully realise their potential in 2016. The brain injury charity recently won a grant from the Big Lottery Fund to run photographic and art sessions. This will be...

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Sir David Jason calls on public to back Headway charity cyclist

Actor Sir David Jason is urging the public of Aylesbury to get behind Headway Aylesbury Vale by sponsoring cyclist Mick Simmonds on his epic 900-mile ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End. Businessman Mick, 53, a local painting and decorating contractor, is setting off on July 3 on behalf of Headway, the brain injury charity which moved into Wedgewood Street in Fairford Leys last year. His aim is that his 10-day ride will raise...

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Headway finds 10,000 special reasons to celebrate Christmas
Dec22

Headway finds 10,000 special reasons to celebrate Christmas

Staff and clients at brain injury charity Headway Aylesbury Vale have 10,000 extra special reasons to celebrate at Christmas this year. For £10,000 is the approximate amount of the grant they recently won from the Big Lottery Fund to run art and photographic projects at their base in Fairford Leys. And, as they step into 2016, they are well on the road to planning the sessions which they believe will be of huge benefit to the...

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Honey Bee quiz donations leave Headway buzzing
Oct13

Honey Bee quiz donations leave Headway buzzing

A brain injury charity is buzzing with delight as donations pour in during weekly quiz nights at the Honey Bee pub in Fairford Leys. Almost £900 has been raised for Headway Aylesbury Vale as the watering hole in Trenchard Street has become a hive of activity every Tuesday night since the start of September. The Honey Bee decided earlier this year to give near neighbours Headway the proceeds of a raffle during the regular free quiz...

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Brain injury survivors urged to seek help from free clinics
Aug15

Brain injury survivors urged to seek help from free clinics

A charity is reaching out to survivors of brain injuries by appealing for them to take advantage of a unique opportunity to seek support and guidance offered by a free drop-in clinic. Headway Aylesbury Vale set up the series of clinics in July at its premises in Fairford Leys and is urging survivors of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), their families and carers not to miss out on these sessions. The next clinic is from 11-3pm on Friday...

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