Wooden Spoon Cornwall Chairman

Alan Milliner MBE


Martin Haag


Jack Nowell, Billy Keast & Sam, Josh & Joel Matavesi

We have worked tirelessly to raise over £240,000 for projects supporting children with disabilities, or facing disadvantage in the local community. We have funded 14 projects to help children and their families, our largest donation being £30,000 to provide therapeutic facilities at Sowenna, which provides inpatient treatment for young people with mental health problems. Other recent projects have included play ground equipment for special schools at Lower Curnow School in Redruth and Budehaven School in Bude,

Wooden Spoon Cornwall has been built on the firms foundations set down by the founding volunteers. Our new-look committee has launched an ambitious programme of fundraising activities, including golf days and dinners.

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

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

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Wooden Spoon Cornwall has funded a wide range of projects from sensory rooms to learning areas to outdoor activity zones. Click Region projects for Cornwall to see the full listing.