2nd November 2021 | Royal Visits to Surrey

The Countess of Wessex Visits Two Leading Surrey Charities

Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex visited two Surrey based adult disability charities on Tuesday 2nd November in order to thank them for their hard work and outstanding services during the pandemic. Godalming High Street’s ‘Changing Perceptions’ (a social enterprise from the specialist epilepsy and disability care home The Meath Epilepsy Charity) and the Guildford based day service for young people with learning disabilities ‘the halow project’ were thrilled to welcome The Countess, and to demonstrate how their work is so important for the people they support.

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