With former international rugby referee Clive Norling among our dedicated volunteers, Wooden Spoon Wales are incredibly passionate about raising vital funds to support disabled and disadvantaged children across Wales.
We are proud to say we have raised £1million through our fundraising activities that have benefited a wide range of projects, including sensory rooms and gardens, outdoor play areas, hydrotherapy pools and community facilities.
You can see a variety of projects we have funded in the tab below.
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Wooden Spoon Wales has funded a wide range of projects from sensory rooms and gardens, outdoor play areas, hydrotherapy pools and community facilities. Click Wales to see the full listing.
The sun shone brightly on Wooden Spoon when Rhondda legend Tommy David opened a play area and climbing apparatus at Bodringallt Primary school. Headmistress Janet Thomas thanked Wooden Spoon Wales for their donation and promised the equipment would be fully utilised for many years to some.
Neath and Ospreys legend Allan Bateman opened the new outdoor teaching facilities at Nantyffyllon Primary School Maesteg in September. Wooden Spoon Wales donated £10,000 for the 2 sustainable outdoor classrooms which will provide much needed space for teaching and one-to-one tuition for children with complex needs.
Wooden Spoon Wales donated £10,000 to the Heaven Scent multi-sensory Garden at Monmouthshire’s Youth Service headquarters in Gilwern. The project provides a tranquil facility for children and young people with additional learning needs.