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Published by Literature from The Grange, 2019-06-04 10:14:08

What's Happening At The Grange June 2019

Newsletter about The Grange Centre

Keywords: Newsletter

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Non-slip
swimming

Our pool has re-opened with a
splendid non-slip floor funded
by two very generous donations
from Peter Harrison Trust (£9,560)
and Bruce Wake (£1,000). We are
very grateful to both funders for
helping us make it safer.

These lovely miniature houses will be used as table decorations at Makaton
the Stonegate Foundation Ball in June. Made by people we support, motivators
every one is different. We are delighted to be a chosen charity for
the ball once again. Elizabeth had a brilliant idea to
make badges for people who
The final versions will have cut-out balloons attached and will look like use Makaton as their preferred
the famous flying house from the movie ‘Up!’. To cap it all, the roof method of communication.
can be removed to reveal Grange goodies for the guests, such as
fudge and jam.

Come and get
some colour

Petunias, verbena, geraniums …
now is the time to get your summer
plants from The Walled Garden. All
grown on site, all organic. Open
Mon-Fri from 1.30pm until 4pm. Card
payments accepted.

The Grange supports people with disabilities to lead independent and fulfilling lives

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Safety day

No one knew safety issues could be so much fun! Organised by the Summer Fun
Keep [email protected] Grange team, our recent Safety Day brought The
Grange alive with a fire engine, police car and a host of other activities Drumming, drama, crafts, golf,
focused on keeping ourselves safe at home and when out and about. cookery and socialising – just
some of the things we’ll be
Trading Standards provided a Scam Champion, Freewheelers ran crime getting up to in the Summer Fun
role plays and Phil Edmunds, our Skills & Activities Manager kindly 2019 programme.
volunteered to ‘choke’! Don’t worry, it was just a demo.

If you know people with a
learning disability who might
enjoy Summer Fun, it’s a great
way to get a taste of life after
college and to find out what The
Grange has to offer.

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[email protected]

Photo: Denis and Lily tried their
hand at pottery at last year’s
Summer Fun

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Window of opportunity

We will soon be unveiling our
‘Window on the Future’ in The
Grange conservatory.

On it will be etched the names of
all those who set up regular direct
debit donations in response to
our 80:80 anniversary appeal.
We’ve contacted all of these
donors along with others who’ve
been supporting us in this way for
many years.

If you have not heard from us, or you would like a last chance to
respond to the appeal and have your name on the window, please
get in touch with [email protected]

Richard Ross had great fun Corporate Jess trimming a cutting at
when he stepped into Eloise’s Day Beehaven Florist where she is
shoes as ‘Chief Executive for the enjoying work experience in
Day’. Great job Richard! New chairs, new kitchen flower arranging.
equipment, cash donations and
work teams. These are just some A team from UNUM have given
of the great things corporates do the exterior of Garden Cottage a
for The Grange. real lift with a nice new paint job.
Thank you Laura Cummings and
If you have contacts with any team!
local companies who might be
interested in partnering with The
Grange as part of their Corporate
Social Responsibility programme,
please let us know.

Broderers create a design
design idea portfolio that can
be pitched to
large commercial

The Worshipful Company of companies.

Broderers is partnering with our

Creative Arts tutors to find new

ways of marketing beautiful

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support. They are funding Royal

School of Needlework graduate,

Jasmine Dawson (right), to

hold tutorials with our staff and

grangecentre.org.uk

Events Summer Fun Thank You!

5k Colour Run, 5-30 August 2019 ● Grange Fashion Show – we
Dorking Our taster event for people raised £800! Thank you everyone
thinking of signing up for involved
Saturday, 8 June 2019 our day skills programme.
We are once again the chosen Contact: [email protected] ● Westival music festival - £3,324
charity for this family-friendly fun grangecentre.org.uk Thank you to organiser Jon Snow,
run in Dorking. Join us or sponsor performers and the landlords of
the Grange team. See www. Supertri The Star, The Old House and The
grangecentre.org.uk/events King’s Arms in Dorking
Saturday, 17 August 2019
Bookham Dorney Lake, Windsor ● Anonymous grant of £5,000
Village Day
People we support will be ● Anonymous grant of £5,000 for
Saturday, 15 June 2019 cycling, swimming and running an adaptable kitchen
Visit our plant, produce and fudge in this high profile event.
stall at the Village Fete behind the You can sponsor the Power ● A donation for a new freezer in
Old Barn Hall. Grangers at www.grangecentre. Horticulture from our wishlist -
org.uk/Event/Supertri £330
Bookham Open
Gardens Visitor Afternoon ● Worshipful Company of
Broderers ‘Inspire the Tutors’ grant
Sunday, 16 June 2019 Wednesday, 21 August 2019 - £1,810
A chance for people looking to
Our gardens, including the take part in our skills programme ● UNUM for a gift of £2,000
Victorian Walled Garden, will be to come with their family, look at
open for visits with tea and cake our work and talk to staff. ● Bookham Flower Club - £100
in the conservatory. You can also Call 01372 452 608 to book or
explore our Creative Arts studio as email [email protected] ● East Horsley Bowling Club for
part of Surrey Artists Open Studios kitchen equipment - £240
(SAOS) open 11am-3.30pm. Grange Has Got Talent
● Gifts in memory of Barbara
Ride London Friday, 6 September 2019 O’Keefe - £1,110
Manor House School, Manor
Sunday 4 August 2019 House Lane, Bookham KT23 4EN ● Gifts in memory of Di Absalom
We have 11 riders raising funds The same wonderful show - £850
for us in this gruelling 100 mile but in a new venue thanks to
bike event. We wish them well! Manor House School. Tickets ● Donation from Mrs M Russell -
online or on reception. www. £250
grangecentre.org.uk/Event/
grange-has-got-talent ● Chaldon WI - £45

● St Francis Women’s Group - £50

● Winterdown WI - £60

● Tuesday Friendship Group,
Bookham - £20

● Leith Hill Trefoil Group - £50

● St John’s Good Companion
club - £70

● Boult Wade Tennant for a
donation of office furniture for
Supported Living

● Everyone who gave us prizes for
the Stonegate Ball auction

grangecentre.org.uk

The Grange Centre for people with disabilities founded in 1927. Registered charity No: 207740. A company limited by guarantee & registered
in England (Companies Act) No. 348341. Housing Association No. H3727. Rectory Lane, Bookham, Leatherhead, Surrey KT23 4DZ


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