From Monday 22nd March 2021, in line with the latest government guidelines, we will be re-opening the Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre allowing restricted physiotherapy sessions to disabled children. Please do not visit the centre if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) or if you are self-isolating. So that...

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An update from Freddie Farmer Foundation regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and the safety measures we have in place. From 6th July 2020, in line with the latest government guidelines, we re-opened the Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre allowing restricted physiotherapy sessions to disabled children. We know that...

After careful consideration and following discussions with Sundridge Park Golf Club, we have had to make the very difficult and disappointing decision to cancel this year’s annual charity golf day. We have been overwhelmed by your support but because of the current guidance in place regarding...

From Monday 6th July 2020, in line with the latest government guidelines, we will be re-opening the Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre allowing restricted physiotherapy sessions to disabled children. Please do not visit the centre if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) or if you are...

The Government has now issued further information on the current Coronavirus pandemic with some restrictions being lifted to allow some people to return to work. Here at Freddie Farmer Foundation, we take the health and welfare of our staff and the children and families we support very...

On 26 April, join the rest of the UK for The 2.6  Challenge and support the Freddie Farmer Foundation! With hundreds of events postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, thousands of charities have had to reduce or stop services at a time when vulnerable members...

The Ordinary to Extraordinary charity has announced a major £25,000 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, in January 2020. Freddie...