Our members have varying degrees of disability, including communication difficulties.
Through various activities we aim to improve: memory, speech, mobility, confidence and emotional well-being.
Iain Campbell is running three marathons to raise money for Phoenix Stroke Club, where he has volunteered for the last 10 years. Iain is running the three marathons in the space of just seven weeks. He will start with the Brighton Marathon on 9 April f …Read more
Jill Wakeman, a member of the Phoenix Stroke Club, has received a Highly Commended Life After Stroke Award from the Stroke Association in recognition of her courage and determination. Mother of three, Jill Wakeman had a life-changing stroke in July 201 …Read more
A group of members & carers enjoyed our holiday to Bournemouth from 12 to 16 September. It was our fourth visit to the Elstead Hotel and once again, it was excellent with very friendly, helpful staff, good food and service. All the outings went wel …Read more
We are fortunate to receive a very generous donation from the Dragon Clay Club. We are grateful to Sue Shore who hosted the recent charity event at her farm in Colgate. Here is a photo of our Trustee, Don Burstow, collecting the cheque.Read more
The Monday to Wednesday group members enjoyed a trip to Tilgate Park in August. We were shown a range of animals and creatures including a massive stick insect, an owl, a cockroach and a snake. We enjoyed a delicious lunch in a barn before wandering …Read more