Come and enjoy the wonderful gardens of Timber Hill on Sunday 19 April in aid of Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People. The 16 acre garden offers a peaceful landscape for guests to explore with a variety of beautiful and budding plants.
Entry to the garden is £4.50 and children are admitted FREE. The garden will be open from 11:30am until 4:30pm with refreshments available throughout the day. Parking and disabled access is available. Please note dogs are not permitted in the garden.
You can find Timber Hill Gardens at Timber Hill, Chobham, Surrey, GU24 8JF.
For more information please contact Ella Sykes: 01372 841222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sir Ranulph Fiennes was the guest speaker at the fundraiser for QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services
Former prime minister Sir John Major recently joined QEF for a fundraising dinner.
Find out more about some of the cyclists taking on the Prudential Ride-London Surrey 100 for QEF
To book your place, arrange bespoke training or request further details on any of our courses please call: 0208 770 1151 or email: email@example.com
Courses start at 9.30am
ADI 3 day Teaching People with Disability to Drive
ADI Advanced Module (under review ring for information)
ADI Module 1 – Older Drivers
ADI Module 2 – Teaching Deaf Pupils
ADI Module 3 – Techniques for teaching those with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism
ADI Module 4 & 5 Seating & Posture for Driving & Vehicle Adaptations
ADI Module 6 & 7 Neurological Conditions & Visual Impairment
Powered Wheelchair and Scooter Safety
Introduction to Car Adaptations for Healthcare Profs
Disability Awareness for Travel Industry
Ring 0208 770 1151 for more details and dates.
Bespoke training can be arranged to suit you or your group
The 47th Guinness and Oyster Luncheon took place on Thursday 22 November, 2012, at Mansion House in the City of London. Over 400 guests attended this historic City event, kindly sponsored by Diageo and co-sponsor Oracle. Former England Rugby Captain, Martin Corry, entertained guests talking about some of his rugby experiences and there was a surprise special guest appearance from Welsh rugby legend JPR Williams. QEF Vocational Services trainee, Sean, gave the audience a moving account of how a life changing event in his late teens had brought him to QEF and how this had transformed his life.
As well as the Guinness and sumptuous oysters guests partook in a Silent Auction and Grand Draw and over £53,000 was raised from the event in aid of QEF.
Morale however was exceptionally high and by all accounts an hilarious time was had by all. Congratulations and thanks from QEF to all who participated and all who made it possible.
This was QEF’s first assault on Ben Nevis and judging by results will not be the last.
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