We care, support and provide opportunities for people with disabilities – creating the right environment to grow independence, confidence and wellbeing.
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The Local Answer Magazine and their generous advertisers have recently launched a competition, giving local charities the chance to win £5,000. We think it would be amazing if Salter’s Hill had a chance of winning this! The competition may be won by any Gloucestershire based charity or not-for-profit organisation, and this could make such a difference to our services based in the Gloucestershire area.
To nominate Salter’s Hill as your chosen charity, you need to send the following details:
Address (inc Postcode)
You can either email your entry to email@example.com with the subject line of ‘TLA Charity’
You can also post your entry to:
‘TLA Charity’, The Local Answer, Unit 1, Churchill Industrial Estate, Churchill Road, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, GL53 7EG.
The more nominations we receive, the greater chance we have of winning!
The closing date for entries is Thursday 9th February 2017
Please note, according to the The Local Answer’s usual competition rules, by entering you agree to have your name and photograph featured in their March 2017 issue and online should you win. Only one entry per household accepted.
The winner will be chosen at random (via a random number generator). Visit The Local Answer for more details and a full list of rules.
Salters Hill Charity would like to invite you to Bromsberrow Village Hall (on Jct2- M50, Postcode- HR8 1RZ) on the 25th February 2017 (doors open at 7.45pm, races start at 8pm) to partake in an evening of fun and frolics and FROG RACING!
At the end of 2016 the kitchen and bathrooms at Keeper’s Cottage were re-furbished and given a make-over.
Here are some pictures of the people who live there giving us a tour of their new space.
We would like to say a big thank-you to the Wolfson foundation who funded the new bathrooms. The kitchen was funded by a grant from Screwfix and money raised by Councillor Annette Crowe during her time as Ledbury’s Mayor when she selected Salter’s Hill as one of her chosen charities. Thank-you!
We would like to wish a very Merry Christmas to all the people we support and their families, staff, volunteers and all our supporters and all the best for 2017!
At Salter’s Hill our aim is to enable adults with a learning disability to develop their skills and increase their independence. To celebrate Local Charities Day on Friday 16th December we would like to share some stories from two of the people we support who have found work through our employment project which has been developed over the past 18 months:
A few weeks ago the Representative group at Salter’s Hill organised an Afternoon Tea in aid of BBC Children in Need. Now that all the donations have been collected together and counted they would like to let everybody know that the total amount raised stands at £210.00. Well done to the group, and thank-you to everyone else who took part in fundraising.
The pictures in this post are of the Representative group at their Christmas meal in Ledbury, it sounds like everyone had a great time!
- Inspire others
- Give our best every day
- Approach things together
- To work alongside people with learning disabilities and others who seek our support to develop independence, confidence and skills.
- To promote the rights of vulnerable people we work with.
- To recognise the value and opportunity that the environment gives people to flourish and achieve.
If you want to know more about what Salters Hill really stands for, and what we do, read
Read our Three Year Strategy and Business Plan.
SALTERS HILL CHARITY LIMITED. Registered in England No: 1770252 A company limited by guarantee. Registered Charity No. 288379
See our page on the Charity Commission website.
Chief Executive: Amanda Johnson Amanda.Johnson@saltershill.org.uk
Salters Hill Barn, Keeper’s Cottage, Falcon Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 2JN. t: 01531 671080 e: firstname.lastname@example.org