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Tick YES! and improve life after brain injury

4th April 2019

Tick YES! and improve life after brain injury

If you are reading this, the chances are that you share our passion for improving life after brain injury. We also hope it means you are interested in what we are doing to achieve that ongoing aim. New data protection laws have changed the ways by which we can contact and interact with our supporters. The law now prohibits us from contacting you by phone, email or post without your express permission. So, if you would like to continue to hear about our news, campaigns, and fundraising activities, all you have to do is tick YES! As always, we...

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Local Day Nursery supports Headway Aylesbury Vale with two 2019 fundraising events

14th March 2019

Local Day Nursery supports Headway Aylesbury Vale with two 2019 fundraising events

Blackthorn Nursery, based in the Buckinghamshire village of Stewkley, is supporting Headway Aylesbury Vale in two ways.  On Wednesdays a knit and knatter ladies’ group is knitting bunnies that cover chocolate oranges, knitted chicks, ducks and bunnies to cover creme eggs — the proceeds from the sale of these items will be donated to Headway. Also, on Saturday, 25 May 2019 the Nursery will be holding a spring event and will be donating the proceeds to us.

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Headway Aylesbury Vale, Website Update

Over the course of the last few months Our website has been overhauled, correcting mistakes corrected and out of date information deleted. The website is now live again, with most major corrections and updates done, but work is still ongoing. We will be endeavoring to fix any remaining issues or...

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Headway hunts for more volunteers and survivors

25th April 2016

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 of huge benefit to the survivors of ABI because it will give them skills and experience to aid in rebuilding...

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