Newbury RDA is a voluntary organisation dedicated to enabling local disabled children to ride and enjoy the benefits it gives them.
Early Early Christmas Fair
Tuesday 2nd - Thursday 4th October
Time: 2pm-9.30pm, 9.30-4pm
Venue: Tedworth Park, Tidworth
ABF The Soldiers' Charity is the Army's national charity, here for soldiers past and present, and their families for life.
The Daisy Trust
Monday 4th October
Venue: The Hurlingham Club, Ranelagh Gardens, London, SW6 3PR
The Daisy Trust raises funds and gives grants to local charities and voluntary organisations serving the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Devizes Autumn Fair
Tuesday 5th October
Venue: The Corn Exchange, Market Place, Devizes, SN10 1HS
Every year Salisbury Hospice provices specialist pallative care to 1000 local people with life-limiting conditions. As a charity they aim to raise £1.5million each year towards these costs to ensure vital services continue.
All the proceeds from the Rockbourne Fair benefit The Stars Appeal - Salisbury Hospital's Chairty, which raises money to create the best possible experience for the 350,000 people who rely on Salisbury District Hospital. It funds extra care and equipment over and above that provided by the NHS and benefits all wards and departments.
Action Medical Research
Wednesday 20th October
Venue: Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, HP9 2SG
The leading UK charity funding vital research to help defeat the diseases that devistate the lives of sick and disabled babies, children and young people. They have helped to beat polio, fight meningitis, prevent stillbirths and develop ultrasound scanning in pregnancy, helping to save thousands of children's lives and change many more. Today they continue to tackle the challenges disease and disability present by funding high quality research to save and change children's lives and are driving forward research to help protect children in the fight against COVID-19.
Hungerford Christmas Fair
Friday 27th - Saturday 28th October
Venue: Hungerford Town Hall, RG17 0NF
Amref - Every year, Amref supports thousands of women working for change across sub-Saharan Africa. Part of our role at Amref UK is to celebrate and champion these inspiring advocates who, everyday, are transforming the health, lives and prospects of their families and communinties
Charles Waller - All our work is informed by sound clinical evidence and the experience of our expert trainers. The Charlie Waller community includes renowned authorities on adolescent psychology, childhood and anxiety and depression.
The Cranleigh Foundation (Registered Chairty No. 1122918) funds places for children who have suffered trauma, such as losing the support of one or both parents through exceptional or tragic circumstances. Foundationer places are for children who have a significant pastoral need and would benefit from our nurturing boarding environment. The Foundation is a fund which, over the coming decades, will build to a substantial endowment to support bursaries to provide a Cranleigh education for Foundationer pupils
Fordingbridge Friends of Cancer Research
Friday 12th November
Venue: Damerham Village Hall, SP6 3HD
A group of volunteers who organise and run fundraising events in aid of Cancer Research UK in the area around Fordingbridge, Hampshire. Their vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Tuesday 16th November
Venue: The Charterhouse, London, EC1M 6AN
Their mission is to provide housing, care and support for older people in need, while sharing our heritage and preserving it for future generations. The Charterhouse is a former Carthusian monastery in London, located between Barbican and Smithfield Market, and to the north of what is now Charterhouse Square. Since the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century the site has served as a private mansion, a boys' school and an almshouse which it remains to this day.
The Morotr Neurone Disease Association is the only national charityh in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focussed on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by MND. They are a membership organisation with over 9,000 members forming a powerful national and local network that provides information and support. They have over 7,000 active volunteers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and around 170 paid staff, all dedicated to improving the lives of people affected with MND, now and in the future.
A local charity providing support, friendship and practival help for young families with young children in the Cotswold District Council area to steer them through the stresses and strains of life. They visit families every week, working alongside parents, in their own homes, to help them through the problems they are facing. Each year Home-Start Cotswolds, aims to support at least 60 families in the area. And, while they are a locally-focussed and locally-run charity, we are part of a network of Home-Start schemes across the UK.
Beaufort Christmas Fair
Tuesday 23rd November
Venue: The Old Airfield, Long Newnton
Wiltshire Air Ambulance was established in March 1990 and in January 2015 started operating a dedicated air ambulance which needs to raise £3.25m a year to keep flying.
Horatio's Garden Christmas Fair
Wednesday 24th November
Venue: Stockbridge Town Hall, Stockbridge
Horatio's Garden create and nurture beautiful gardens in NHS spinal Injury centres to support everyone affected by Spinal Injury
Chelsea Physic Fair
Thursday 25th - Sunday 28th November
Venue: 66 Royal Hospital Roadm Chelsea, SW3 4HS
Kings Christmas Fair
Saturday 27th November
Venue: Kings College, Wimbledon, SW19 4TT
Sunday 28th November
Venue: Dulwich College, SE21 7LD
Milland Christmas Fair
Sunday 5th December
Venue: Milland Memorial Hall, West Sussex, GU30 7NA