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2018 - 2019

A total of £4735.00 was donated to various local, national and international charities in the twelve months from July 2018 to June 2019.


Who we are

Prostate Cancer UK's top priority is funding research to stop prostate cancer killing men. We’re investing millions to find better treatments and better tests that can spot fast-growing cancers early, and could be used in a screening programme to save thousands of lives.


The Rotary Foundation is Rotary’s own and only charity and in 2016/17 will be celebrating its centennial anniversary. We tap into a global network of Rotarians who invest their time, money, and expertise into our priorities.

We direct our efforts in six areas to enhance our local and global impact. Our most successful and sustainable projects and activities tend to fall within the following areas:

  • Promoting peace

  • Fighting disease

  • Providing clean water

  • Saving mothers and children

  • Supporting education

  • Growing local economies


If you're living with a terminal illness or caring for someone, Marie Curie Nurses, hospices and support services are here for you.

Our ageing population means more and more people are living with a terminal illness in the UK. Whether that's dementia, cancer, motor neurone disease, heart failure, Parkinson's disease, or any other illness, we’ll be here for you and your family to help you cope after a terminal diagnosis.


RYLA is a five night residential course held in The Forest of Dean which aims to improve the leadership skills of 40 young people aged between 16 and 18.

Through a series of challenging, practical and theoretical exercises, the RYLA course provides opportunities to improve leadership and communication skills, and self-confidence.


Rotary, along with our partners, has reduced polio cases by 99.9 percent worldwide since our first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines in 1979. We are close to eradicating polio, but we need your help. Whether you have a few minutes or a few hours, here are some ways to make a global impact and protect children against polio forever.


Mission Statement: To promote work to the general good of the Community, to advance education and to develop work in connection with the arts. To give a platform for participants to perform their art form and to receive a professional adjudication.


Mission Statement: To promote work to the general good of the Community, to advance education and to develop work in connection with the arts. To give a platform for participants to perform their art form and to receive a professional adjudication.


Thank you for visiting my page. At the end of 2014 I decided to sell my business and become a (self funded) Social Entrepreneur, currently working with destitute, elderly, children and other vulnerable people in Cambodia.

Guide trip to India


We sponsored Kyla Hanson of Kingstone Guides on a trip to India


School Vision and Aims
Our vision is to provide an inclusive, holistic provision that will enable all members of the school community to attain their full potential in an encouraging and supporting environment which is happy, safe and secure, caring and positive with Every Child Matters as central to our ethos.



A donation made in appreciation of the use of the Parish Hall for our club for concerts.


Herefordshire Carers Support exists to ensure that carers are universally recognised as fundamental to the communities in which they live and to ensure that there is a balance between their caring responsibilities and their lives outside their caring role.


A donation for new materials required for recording the girls' progress.


The group's constitution is: "To bring together all those interested in the past, present and future of Rotherwas. To support projects that will promote a wider understanding of the Rotherwas area and its legacy"


Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disease which affects the blood and its ability to clot. An overactive immune system produces antiphospholipid antibodies (aPL) which cause the blood to clot too quickly both in veins and arteries.

The clotting can affect any vein, artery or organ in the body and the consequences can include potentially fatal conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, and DVTs. In pregnancy, the antibodies can cause miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, small babies, early deliveries and stillbirth.


As a charity we survive on donations and fundraising from our members, friends and companies that sponsor our shows. Please help us by making a small donation. Every penny given to the charity goes to keeping the station on air and helping our listeners to get better. All of our members are volunteers and donate their time for free.


In appreciation of a talk by David Bull, CBE, former Chief Executive of UNICEF UK.


Motor neurone disease (MND) describes a group of diseases that affect the nerves (motor neurones) in the brain and spinal cord that tell your muscles what to do. Select from the following for basic facts about the disease.


Remap Herefordshire is a branch of Remap, a national charity that provides custom-made equipment for disabled people.

Our skilled volunteers provide innovative, practical solutions to everyday challenges encountered by disabled people.

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