Chilterns

Wooden Spoon Chilterns Chairman

Ray Hague

Honorary President

Ollie Phillips

Chilterns is one of Wooden Spoon’s oldest regions. We are immensely proud of its proven pedigree for raising and granting funds.

Founded in the 1980s, and blessed with many rugby clubs as neighbours and supporters, our fundraising endeavours have raised in excess of £1.8 million and supported more than 45 life-changing projects. This includes Prior’s Court School in which we have funded a two different projects in 2013 and 2019, respectively.

In 2017, we funded a learning cafe at Lane End Primary School, contributing £20,000 towards the project. They provide a caring environment for children from 2-11 years and hold learning in the highest regard.

Wooden Spoon Chilterns have given a generous donation to Imperial College London to pioneer a universal controller. It allows disability equipment to be operated in a number of different ways – via voice control, say, or eye tracking.

The software is intended to link communication aids to operate robotic arms or whatever is at their disposal. You can read more here.

See the events tab below for upcoming fundraising activities within the region.

If you would like to volunteer or fundraise for Wooden Spoon Chilterns, please get in touch, or visit our how can you help page.

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In 2017, we funded a learning cafe at Lane End Primary School, contributing £20,000 towards the project. They provide a caring environment for children from 2-11 years and hold learning in the highest regard.

The school is in an area of deprivation and the school has 26% of children on Free School Meals. The Learning Café will also be used to encourage parents/carers to come in and find out about the latest teaching methods

Wooden Spoon Chilterns funds a range of projects from sensory rooms to education projects to adventure playgrounds. View a full list of Wooden Spoon Chilterns Projects.