Author Archives: David Parry

Waldorf breaks new ground with great success

Ann and Jo continue with the Waldorf programme and this is their update on the two recent events in 2018. The Waldorf Experience continues to delight our guests from both communities in Marlborough and Windermere. We have branched out this year, hosting larger afternoon teas within a new setting at St John’s and Windermere Schools. […]

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Review of 2017

The days seem to fly by! We now have three full years under our belt since we set up the Foundation in late 2014. 2017 turned out to be yet another eventful and challenging year. We remain focused on supporting charities and not-for-profit organisations that make a meaningful difference to people’s lives. During the year […]

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Infosound Viv’s story

  Infosound is a small charity based in Brighton that we are extremely proud to support. It offers a unique service in keeping the blind and partially sighted informed about so much that is vital to leading a more inclusive and fuller life. The charity receives no support from either central or local government but […]

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EVOS is making a difference

In October 2016 we made a grant to purchase the ThermoFisher Scientific EVOS XL Cell Imaging System for the Institute in the Park in Liverpool.  We contacted Dr Brian Flanaghan at the Institute to ask for an update on his research work and how EVOS was making a difference. This is what he had to […]

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Waldorf Experience spreads its wings

Following three successful “Waldorf Afternoon Tea with Music Experiences” at Windermere School we set our sights on a bigger and different event which would reach out to more people locally.  On a Saturday in February over two hundred older people from across the South Lakes area travelled to the School for the first Waldorf Concert.  […]

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