Hearing of the Enham Trust’s good work at Surrey Heath Veterans & Families – Listening Project

On the second Tuesday of every month there’s a meeting of the Surrey Heath Veterans and Families – Listening Project at the Sea Cadet centre in Frimley.

I like to give my support to them by promoting their good work on this blog, and, when I can, attending one of their monthly sessions, just to listen. As a reminder, see HERE to understand their role.

The presentation at this month ‘s meeting was from the Enham Trust, who describe themselves as, 

Enham Trust is a disability charity that works with over 8,500 individuals each year, helping them have increased independence and choice in the cornerstone areas of their lives.

One of the reasons I like to go to the meetings is to hear about the work of charities about which I know little. I always come away heartened at the size and capability of the nation’s volunteer and disability charity sector.

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