Mark Dean

Honorary President

John Inverdale

Countess of Wessex attends Surrey project opening

The Countess of Wessex at Nower Wood Education Centre opening.

Our dedicated volunteers in the region have committed more than £950,000 to in excess of 50 projects supporting children with disabilities or facing disadvantage. We are hoping to have granted £1 million this year, our 30th year!

Our ability to award grants to deserving community initiatives is made possible by an annual fundraising calendar that includes a  Sportsman’s Dinner for 200 guests during the Six Nations Tournament, a well-attended summer golf day and the ever-popular ‘sell-out’ event, the Rugby Clubs’ Curry Lunch held in November.

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

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