108 golfers turned out in force to support the 12th annual Golf Day at Shooters Hill Golf Club on July 6, raising £6,000 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation. The event supports the Freddie Farmer Foundation to continue its work offering specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises, supporting...

Rotary Beckenham are providing a series of free days out in Battersea Park for up to three of our children at a time throughout summer 2018, (Saturday 14th July, Saturday 21st July, Saturday 28th July and Saturday 4th August). The highlight of the day will be provided by...

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You can help Freddie Farmer Foundation to win £150 in this year’s #ILoveSmallCharities Small Charity Week competitions just by posting a message on Facebook, a picture on Instagram or by Tweeting. The competitions are open from June 18th – 23rd June. The charity that gets the...

Motorcycle hobbyist Colin Dance took his 1962 Norton Dominator 88ss ex-Malaysian police force bike on a sponsored charity motorbike ride from Lands’ End to John O’Groats last month to raise money for the Freddie Farmer Foundation. The 1982-mile ride took in all the back roads along...

Singer, songwriter, DJ and fashion designer Boy George of Culture Club fame has donated the very hat that he wore in the Australia UberEATS Advert to the Freddie Farmer Foundation. UberEATS recruited an all-star cast for its campaign, with Boy George, Sophie Monk, Naomi Watts, Beau...

A charity football match to help the Freddie Farmer Foundation is being held at Bromley Football Club on Saturday 26th May, kick off at 3pm. The Friends XI vs Crystal Palace fans match is being organised by 22-year-old Tom Henderson and 21-year-old Sean Feeney from Caterham...

Saturday’s fundraising dinner at Oakley House in Bromley has raised £11,000 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation. The Last Night of the Freddie’s annual fundraising dinner was attended by 238 people making it the biggest event of its kind for the foundation. As well as the £11,000 raised...