The Headway Essex newsletter – Autumn 2018 is now available to read online. Here are the highlights of what’s included in this edition:
Busy as bees
As we draw to the end of this year, Chief Executive Joanna Wright provided an update on some changes and opportunities that will pave the way to secure the sustainability of the charity and improve the services it provides for adults with an Acquired Brain Injury and their families across Essex. Read the full article.
We would like to invite service users (past & present), their families and carers, volunteers and professional colleagues to the Annual Headway Essex Christmas Luncheon to be held on Friday 14 December 2018, 12:00 – 16:00 at Stoke-By-Nayland Golf, Hotel and Spa. The cost is £26.00 per person. If you would like to join us, please email email@example.com for a booking form.
Loss of hearing as a sign
Following a hearing test it was found that Chrissy had two blisters within the brain. An MRI scan followed and she was told she had brain aneurysms and they could cause bleeding at any time. This was just the beginning of Chrissy’s journey, read her full story.
Vehicle Show fundraiser a huge success
For a third successive year Headway Essex teamed up with the Charity Classic Vehicle Club on 16 September. The event saw over 220 classic vehicles from across the decades on display and attracted over 1,500 visitors. The event raised more than ever, to find out how much, read on.
Mount Kilimanjaro Challenge
Kayleigh decided to take on the mammoth challenge of taking on Mount Kilimanjaro, to help raise vital funds for the charity. To discover why Kayleigh decided to take on the trek and find out how she got on read the full article.
Redeem your free Community Card
The Chelmsford Star Co-Operative card enables you to accumulate points for Headway Essex. For every £1 spent, Chelmsford Star will award us with 2 points. There are over 40 stores across Braintree, Brentwood, Chelmsford, Ingatestone and South Essex. To locate your nearest store and find out more, read on.