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QEF
18 January 2016
With photographs taken from the QEF archive from the past 80 years. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother was the patron of Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People and was involved with the charity for almost 60 years, visiting 9 times over 57 years. Her first visit was in 1935.
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QEF
03 December 2015

Expectations of a successful 50th Guinness and Oyster Luncheon at Mansion House were totally surpassed with a record breaking total of £91,892.89 raised for a new specialist care and rehabilitation centre which will help people to recover from brain injuries.

While the Guinness and oysters naturally took the starring role, Mark Howarth, a former brain injury resident, spoke about his experiences recovering from a brain haemorrhage that left him with serious cognitive and communication issues. His dramatic improvement, he said, could not have happened without QEF.

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03 December 2015

Pictured in Image 1 are Jonathan and Sarah Leeson, Nick Rawson and Richard Wylde at the MERU centre in Epsom viewing a Bugzi wheelchair.

Throughout 2015, staff members at ExxonMobil’s Leatherhead Office have been supporting MERU an Epsom based charity that designs and creates equipment for children with disabilities. They recently visited MERU, to view one of the charity’s Bugzi powered wheelchairs for children, which their efforts have funded.

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