Three Peaks Challenge

Take on Cheltenham’s Three Peak Challenge, a one day 22 mile trek challenge and conquer Cleeve, Crickley and Leckhampton Hill, seeing some of the best views that the Cotswolds has to offer!

Join the team today and complete this great local challenge for a fantastic local charity, St Vincent’s & St George’s Association.

Click to sign-up today:

Guided Adult: £30 (SOLD OUT)

Guided Child: £15 (SOLD OUT)

Self-Guided Adult: £12

Self-Guided Child: £6

Self-Guided Family Ticket (2 x Adults & 2 x Children): £28

That’s Caught Me! – A new show for 2018…

Noodle Presents
That’s Caught Me!
at The Cheltenham Playhouse, Saturday 21st July!

A local theatre company, NOODLE, based in Gloucestershire, are hosting That’s Caught Me in aid of St Vincent’s and St George’s Association!
They will trap 15 willing people, some with and without acting experience, in the Playhouse Theatre for 24 hours and they will have to devise and learn a completely new show.

All participants will have to go through the night without any sleep to create a piece of theatre that needs to be ready for an audience on Saturday 21st July!
Will they manage to stay awake? Will they even know what’s going on? The cast will pull out all of the stops to entertain you and hopefully they will catch you right out.

For tickets to see this show, head to www.cheltplayhouse.org.uk with all ticket sales going to St Vincent’s and St George’s Association.

Cheltenham’s Three Peak’s Challenge

For the first time ever, St Vincent’s & St George’s Association hold Cheltenham’s Three Peak Challenge!

The charity is extremely proud to be able to hold such a great local event, that we hope will attract people of all level’s and abilities to take part.

Registration’s are now open and we welcome team entries or individuals.

The event will be held on Saturday 2 June 2018, taking on Cleeve, Crickley and Leckhampton hill, giving the best views that the Cotswolds has to offer.

Find out more by visiting the webpage here. 

Christian Drewitt: How accessible is Gloucestershire?

How accessible is Gloucestershire?

Christian Drewitt (pictured) has been travelling the length and breadth of the county to assess restaurants, attractions, museums, sport and music venues, to see how accessible they really are for people with disabilities.

Christian has kept a log of all of the places he has visited, to help others find out how easy a visit would be, including an accessibility rating.

You can see all of Christian’s findings by visiting his website: https://christiandrewitt.wordpress.com/

 

Cheltenham in Bloom Entry Brings Helping Hands to the Community Garden

Helping Hands Community Garden at Well Close House will be on BBC Radio Gloucestershire this Sunday

The program is on between 06:00 & 7:00 and again between 09:00 & 10:00 as part of Richard Atkins Sunday morning program.

This is the first of a sequence of 12 monthly visits to the gardens at Well Close House and our guests yesterday were Zurich Community Trust, who in one day have transformed one area of the gardens.

Well Close House Community Garden
Well Close House Community Garden

We have also been visited by the Cheltenham in Bloom judges, the award ceremony is in September and though the gardens are not finished all the gardeners felt that taking part was the important thing. We were assisted in getting the gardens ready for judging by the three regular Wednesday volunteers but also 10-12 ‘outside’ volunteers who kindly gave a few hours support.

Help us by donating just £2 per month

It is through the generosity and support of our donors that we are able to provide the high standard of care and support on which we pride ourselves.

The £2 a month scheme allows you to make a regular, affordable donation towards the work of this local charity.


It’s easy to set up your donation.

Screen Shot 2014-04-29 at 15.47.03Either click here to visit our secure Charities Aid Foundation page or use the payment form at the bottom of this page.


Where does my money go?

Every penny we receive in donations is used to support our beneficiaries. We have a range of services and you can inform us if you have a particular preference as to how your money is spent. Some of the ways we use current donations are:

  • Activities at Phoenix – We offer arrange of activities and therapies to those with very complex needs and profound disabilities.
  • Supported Living – The opportunity to live independently with support offers people with disabilities a life in the community rich with opportunities.
  • Residential Care – Our house offers a home to ten ladies in a picturesque setting in Cheltenham. We offer community living with 24 hour support at home and to access the community.
  • The Garden Project – We are working towards a community garden on the site of our residential house and this will feature a fully accessible garden, woodland walk, pond and bogland. We hope to support local schools and those with disabilities to enjoy all a garden and wildlife environment has to offer.
  • Vincent Court – We are excited about redeveloping the site of our old day centre to accommodate five people with profound disabilities in their own purpose-built flats, this may be their first foray into independent living and the start of a new life.

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We know that we all face a time of economic challenges and that there are many, many worthy causes. For many people £2 is an affordable way to contribute and we promise never to badger or harass you for a greater donation.

If you would like to give more or less frequently you can tailor your donation to suit your circumstances here or via the form below.


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