Wiltshire

Wiltshire Chairman

Justin Cliff

Wooden Spoon Wiltshire raises funds that help life-changing projects in the local area. For example, Swindon’s Crowdys Hill School, an all through special school for pupils aged 5 – 19 with complex needs, has a new sensory room thanks to a £14,500 donation from Wooden Spoon Wiltshire.

The team at Wiltshire Wooden Spoon are always keen to hear from:
  • Any individuals or groups who are willing to assist with holding an event (eg Dress Down Days)
  • Any companies looking to see how we can help assist in meeting your Social Responsibility Objectives
  • Any societies who are looking to adopt a charity of the year
  • Anyone who is interested in joining our committee of volunteers and having the wonderful opportunity of helping make a huge difference in the lives of children and young people with disabilities or facing disadvantage in our great county!!! Passion is the key attribute we’re looking for!
  • Any schools or suitable projects looking for support.
News update:

Our thanks to Clive Robbins, Mini and Junior Chairman and the members of Marlborough RFC who have raised the sum of £125 from the auction of a signed shirt from our friends at Gloucester Rugby. The monies will be split between the club based in North Wiltshire along with Wooden Spoon Wiltshire and reflects the ongoing relationship between the two organisations.

Wooden Spoon Wiltshire has funded a range of projects from outdoor learning centres to sensory gardens and disabled facilities. Click Wiltshire to see the full listing.

In May 2015 Wooden Spoon Wiltshire opened a new softplay area and equipment for Eldene Little Owl Nursery in Swindon. Wooden Spoon Wiltshire Chairman, Gareth John, said: “It is so inspiring to help those with special needs through the power of rugby. Providing them with such important and life changing facilities is truly magical”.

Wiltshire Wooden Spoon funded over £8,000 for 10 new sports wheelchairs to the Swindon St George Disabled Rugby team to support their determination to become a leading team in disability sport.