Worcestershire

Worcestershire Chairman

John Gibson

We take huge pride in having provided more than £280,000 of funding to projects that transform the lives of disadvantaged and disabled children in our community.

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Wooden Spoon Worcestershire has funded a range of projects from sensory gardens and rooms to learning and play areas. Click Region projects for Worcestershire to see the full listing.

Wooden Spoon Worcestershire donated £25,000 for specialist playground equipment at Fort Royal School in Worcester. The school provides specialist educational needs for 140 children aged to 3 to 11 years. England and Lions legend, Phil Vickery attended to show his ongoing support for Wooden Spoon.

Wooden Spoon Worcestershire was delighted to open a new play area at New Hope Worcester, a non-profit specialist provision working with families who have children with disabilities and complex health care needs. The centre currently looks after 93 children from across the region. Wooden Spoon Worcestershire donated £25,000 to the new play area.