20th March 2018 | Royal Visits to Surrey

Bells Piece, Leonard Cheshire Disability was proud to welcome HRH The Countess of Wessex

Bells Piece, the Leonard Cheshire Disability home in Farnham that provides a broad range of support services to over 80 adults with learning disabilities, autism or acquired brain injuries was proud to welcome HRH The Countess of Wessex for a visit. She met with staff, volunteers and most importantly residents and those in supported living, and joined-in with others who attend a range of thriving activities and life skills services each week. The Countess also heard about the transition service for young people in supported living that Bells Piece is opening in South Farnham.


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