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    Charities supported during 2011

During 2011, the Company supported the following:


Treloar's School for the building of a
Wheelchair Assessment Room
£12,375 (1st part of £25,750)

This is a two year funding programme and the first £12,375 was paid in 2011.

The Royal Artillery Benevolent Fund

The Company has a very close link with The Royal Artillery and this is now a regular annual donation to assist mobility for those severely injured in action.

The Geoffrey Udall Prize for Paediatrics

Awarded annually to a student, at the Barts. and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, for a genuine piece of study by a student who will have made both clinical and practical observation in a particular field associated with handicap.

This year's winner is Mizanul Hoque for the work entitled 'Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Autosomal Recessive Conditions and Consaguineous Marriages'

Junior Hampshire Hornets Wheelchair Basketball Club

A wheelchair basketball club for disabled children.

City of London Police Widow's & Orphans' Fund


They provide holidays for disabled children and young adults, accompanied by voluntary carers, allowing them to enjoy an independent holiday and to enable their carers to have a period of respite.

The Shane Alderman Trust

This is to assist with travelling expenses for a potential Paralympian and an International Athlete with Cerebral Palsy who has to travel some distance from her home to specialist centres.

The British Driving Society Annual Show and South East Region Driving for the Disabled.
Prize donations

We have donated prizes to the causes.

South East London Army Cadet Force
97 Detachment Royal Artillery

The Trustees have also been pleased to support the South East London Army Cadet Force 97 Detachment Royal Artillery by donating £1000.00 towards the purchase of drums and musical equipment for the Corps of Drums and a further £400.00 towards the purchase of Number 1 Dress Caps.

The Clerk further presented the Corps of Drums with a Drum Majors Sash.

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