Bristol, Bath & Somerset

Wooden Spoon Bristol, Bath & Somerset Chairman

Bob Densley

Honorary President

Bob Reeves

Wooden Spoon Bristol, Bath & Somerset has collectively raised more than £870,000. We have funded projects for children with disabilities or facing disadvantage, and their families.

Our annual Spring Lunch and Summer Golf Day continue to prove crowd pleasers. Please visit our events section below to what’s coming up.

Among our many “career highlights” to date was being able to provide a £120,000 grant towards the construction of a state-of-the-art building for North Bristol NHS Trust’s Paediatric Communications Aid Service.

HRH at Bristol and Bath project opening

HRH The Princess Royal at Claremont PCAS project opening.

Prior to incorporating the Somerset region in 2020, Wooden Spoon Bristol & Bath has contributed almost £400,000 to projects in the local area. The most recent project was a garden build for a cafe at Three Ways School, which was made possible with a £30,000 donation.

Fancy a new challenge?

Do you, or someone you know:

  • Have strong contacts within the local rugby scene?
  • Know of companies looking for a chance to put something back into the community?
  • Have specific skills to enhance our volunteer committee: modern marketing and communications through social media, event management, business development, capital charity project assessment, or community fundraising?

If you would like to volunteer or fundraise for Bristol, Bath & Somerset, please get in touch, or visit our how can you help page.

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In 2013, Lee Mears opened The Wooden Spoon Classroom and Bootroom at HorseWorld. Wooden Spoon Bristol and Bath contributed £11,000 to improve facilities for the Discovery course.

Discovery is aimed specifically at young people and children who may have found themselves out of mainstream learning due to behavioural difficulties, as well as those on the Autistic spectrum.

Wooden Spoon Bristol and Bath has raised more than £400,000 for local projects since its formation.