Hill End has been delighted to be welcoming children and young people back for much-needed outdoor activities.
We have hosted a wonderful range of visitors over the summer, including fantastic holiday activities organised by charities Mencap and the Yellow Submarine for those with learning disabilities and autism, and the charity Children Heard and Seen for families affected by parental imprisonment.
Photos: Yellow Submarine
Photos: Ian Wallman
We have been able to offer free outdoor learning sessions for these charities and local Oxfordshire families thanks to grant funding from The Nineveh Trust and the Pye Charitable Settlement. The Centre is also providing these to other targeted groups in Oxfordshire throughout the coming autumn.
To be able to survive and offer even more in future, we are asking for help from the community, schools and businesses – to use its wonderful facilities, to come for a corporate day, to book a tutor to visit your school, or make a donation to support the charity. The Wytham Estate marks 100 years in 2020, and we want Hill End to be around for the next 100 as well!
Can you help Hill End?