The Freddie Farmer Foundation is hosting a Last Night of the Freddie’s - British Themed Spring Ball fundraiser on Saturday, 28 April 2018 at Oakley House, Bromley. The event will include live music from the Militaire Orchestra, Sing-A-Longs, Chelsea Pensioners, Irish Guards, Auction, Prizes and a...

We have 10 charity running places available for The Virgin Sport British 10k, the UK's most prestigious 10K road race. It all takes place on Sunday 15th July in a race along London's most iconic landmarks and a British street party, with a twist. The route will...

George Clifford is the latest addition to the Freddie Farmer Foundation physiotherapy centre. He joined the team as our new physiotherapy assistant in January 2018 and works alongside therapy assistant Sam Donovan, physiotherapists Sonia Verma, Elina Isoaho, Colin Clifford, and charity officer Karen Smith. George has a keen...

Motorcycle hobbyist Colin Dance will be riding his 55-year-old bike on a sponsored charity motorbike ride next year to raise money for the Freddie Farmer Foundation. Colin has owned the 1962 Norton Dominator 88ss ex-Malaysian police force bike for 25 years having first toured Malaysia with...

Staff and visitors to the Freddie Farmer Foundation celebrated World Cerebral Palsy Day at the Freddie Farmer Foundation Physiotherapy Centre on 6th October 2017 to celebrate the lives and achievements of those with cerebral palsy and to raise awareness around the issues that affect people with...

Runners who have secured a place through the public ballot at next year’s Virgin Money London Marathon are being sought by a children’s charity. Freddie Farmer Foundation in Bromley, South-East London, is looking for runners who have secured a place through the public ballot to run...

Congratulations to Therapy Assistant Sam Donovan who has successfully completed a Therapy Assistants course at The Bobath Centre in North London. This two-day introductory course included an introduction to the Bobath approach to enable trainees to develop their skills and work more effectively with children...

A VR media company has donated a 3D scan of the Freddie Farmer Foundation's Physiotherapy Centre for disabled children. The company gave their time and resources for free because they wanted to give the charity the opportunity to show off their services and facilities to...