Freddie Farmer Foundation has been given a £2,000 cash boost from Bromley Football Club. The donation came from Bromley Football Club’s share of the FA Cup Pool prize money. Bromley Football Club, whose home matches are played at Hayes Lane, had heard about the Freddie Farmer Foundation...

Freddie Farmer Foundation is looking for fundraisers to run for us in this summer’s ASICS London 10k on Sunday 21st July or ride for us in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday 4th August. Supporter-led challenges are held throughout the year but this year the Freddie Farmer Foundation...

Thank you to Scarlett and Kaleb, Captains of the St Patrick's House at St Mark's, and the children of St Mark's Church of England Primary School in Aylesbury Road, Bromley, for choosing to support Freddie Farmer Foundation at their Annual Charity Fair, raising a very generous...

Freddie Farmer Foundation is holding a tribute to Chas Hodges Charity Ball featuring Chas & Dave Tribute Band Daz and Chave on Saturday, 11th May 2019 at Oakley House, Bromley. The event will include Live Music from Chas & Dave Tribute Band Daz and Chave, Dinner, Dancing & Sing-A-longs. Tickets: £65.00 per person on...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation has 10 guaranteed charity running places available for ASICS London 10K, the UK's most prestigious 10K road race. It all takes place on Sunday 21st July in a race along London's most iconic landmarks. The route will take runners past central London's world famous historic...

The Ordinary to Extraordinary charity has announced a major £18,000 donation to Freddie Farmer Foundation. Freddie Farmer Foundation, in Elliott Road, Bromley, which caters for disabled children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems, was given the donation by Ordinary to Extraordinary at the O2e Launch night, on 23 January...

Luke McCarthy from Essex cut his hair and has raised over £750 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation charity. Luke, whose dad Mick is a good friend of the charity, said: “After 3 and a half years of growing my hair, the time had finally come for...

The annual "Switch On” of the Downe Village Christmas lights has raised £1,036 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation in Bromley, a charity which provides high quality subsidised therapy support to children and young people with cerebral palsy and their families throughout the South East of...