Today marks the centenary of the end of WW1, residents have made some beautiful ceramic poppies which mark remembrance Sunday as we all spare a moment to remember the lives of all the fallen soldiers. One hundred years ago in 1918 the Meath was a home for women and girls who lived with epilepsy and thanks to the bravery of those who served in WW1 and WW11...Read more
We were all so pleased to welcome Cllr. Penny Rivers to the Meath this week. Penny has kindly funded a new ipad for Little Meath following an application for some Surrey County Council Member’s Allocation funding. During her visit Penny commented that “the Meath has long been in my heart and I’m so pleased to be able to support the Meath in this way”. Thank you Penny...Read more
Tania Cantoni, Head of Fundraising & Communications is delighted to be attending the Civic Dinner of Cllr. Dan Adams, Mayor of Surrey Heath this evening. The Mayor of Surrey Heath has nominated the Meath Epilepsy Charity as one of his 3 chosen charities during his mayoral year and we are hugely grateful for his kind support. Surrey Heath MayorRead more
Catch up on all that we’ve been up to at the Meath during October. We’ve had a great month, and we hope you enjoy hearing our news!
Scroll down to see the October edition of our brand new newsletter “Meath Matters”.
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