Over £17,000 has been distributed across 20 local groups in the White Horse and Swindon area in 2016
Over £17,000 has been distributed across 20 local groups in the White Horse and Swindon area in 2016, including supporting the Wantage Betjeman Literary Festival.
Colleagues contributed over 670 volunteering hours in White Horse.
Your Regional Community is working with; Millbook Primary School, Southfield Primary School, and Stanford Primary School to help develop young people.
Your local Regional Community is key a sponsor of Highworth Clean Up group, hosting the group at Highworth Co-operative Food Store.
Grovelands Park Pre School
Working with Grovelands Parks Pre school, to enhance the development and education of children under statutory school age in a parent-involving community based group.
Wantage Betjeman Literary Festival
Bringing people and things together is Midcounties, so why not support a festival that exactly that ?
Friends of Watchfield Primary School
Watchfields supports a vision to teaching and learning. Maximising the environmental outcome to bringing up the future. We standby their vision and help support the environment.
Our local 2017 charity partner is The October Club
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The October Club cares for people suffering from Alzheimer’s and Dementia. The Club provides a safe and comfortable Day Centre where clients will be cared for with understanding and dignity, and give brief respite and support for carers and relatives.
Our local 2016 charity partners in this area were Pennyhooks Farm and Root & Branch
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Pennyhooks Farm is a beautiful, small organic beef farm situated on the Oxfordshire and Wiltshire border that has been owned by the Otter family for over 60 years. They provide a unique experience for young people and adults with Autism Spectrum Condition.
Root & Branch help people who experience mental health difficulties, such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. Located on an organic farm in the beautiful Vale of White Horse, they offer a wide range of interesting activities such as gardening, blacksmithing, woodworking, crafts, artwork, and cookery. This helps people to regain their self-esteem and hence lead a fuller life including returning to work or education.
Local Opportunity Partners
Highworth Clean Up
Based in Highworth, a volunteer group who meet up once a month to do a litter pick. They are also based at the Highworth Food Store.
Grove Day Care Centre
Based in Grove/Wantage, Grove Day Care CEntre is a home for the elderly to meet up, having dinner and play games.
Groups and Schools
Eastrop School Highworth
Volunteering and Fundraising Events
3 Peak Challenge raising £3,000 for The October Club
Housing the Highworth Clean Up Group
Highworth Charity Event
Helping run The October Club's Fun Day
Helping support The October Club's annual ball
Charity events throughout the year in stores
Download the year-end impact report.