Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust is a wildlife hospital based in West Sussex. They have been treating and rehabilitating injured, sick and orphaned wildlife for over 40 years.
BKP care deeply about the environment, and we were delighted to present Brent Lodge with a cheque for £500, raised by staff members at our Christmas Fundraiser. This money will help fund part of the new Hedgehog garden, which has been built to aid the re-habilitation of hoggy hospital residences; helping them get back to their natural habitat.
Look out for the BKP themed hedgehog house on your next visit to the hospital! You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.brentlodge.org/
From their welcoming centre in Titchfield, Hampshire, their counsellors, therapists and health professionals offer support to help with the challenges of living with breast cancer.Anyone can visit the centre, and there are no geographical restrictions with no requirement for a Doctor’s referral.
Offering regular workshops, support groups and opportunities to fundraise, BKP were delighted to present a hamper, donated by one of our staff members at our Christmas Party, to the well deserving charity. You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.breastcancerhaven.org.uk/wessex
The services offered are free of charge and are available to anyone living within reach of Romsey. Both the patient and their families can access the services which include information and befriending, counselling, a range of complementary therapies – aromatherapy, reflexology, reiki, Indian head massage and manual lymphatic massage drainage techniques for those with lymphoedema.
There is also a monthly Sunday lunch group for clients who have lost their partner or spouse and the Macmillan HOPE course (Helping Overcome Problems Effectively) is offered to Carers and to those who have completed their treatment.
Jane Scarth House are funded by by their charity shop, and the generosity of those who fundraise for them. All donations go towards supporting the clients and making the centre a ‘Place of Calm’ for them to access during a difficult time. You can find out more about the charity here: https://www.janescarthhouse.co.uk