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Beginnings of SCAN

From the introduction of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970 a group of disabled people in Spelthorne was active and originally worked under the title the “Spelthorne Joint Committee for the Disabled”.

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Forum for Physical, Sensory And Cognitive Disabilities & Spelthorne Committee for Access Now

Physical meetings have been postponed for the duration of the pandemic restriction however we have been able to arrange 'virtual meeting using ZOOM

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Fundraising for SCAN

Donations can be made by registering with Easy Fundraising and then every time you make an online purchase with any of the High Street retailers, energy and phone service providers and holiday or hotel chains, a donation will be made to SCAN's account.

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‘Café Culture’ At Nostrano Lounge In Staines

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KEW GARDEN - GUIDED WALKING TOURS

Visiting during coronavirus The Guided Tours are not available Last updated: 1 February 2021 In line with national guidance, Kew Gardens and Wakehurst are open for fresh air and exercise, giving you the chance to enjoy acres of green space and thousands of plants during these difficult times.

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North Surrey Disability Empowerment Network (DEN-NS)

Please Note All Empowerment Meetings Are Being Held ‘Virtually’ During The Covid19 Pandemic. DEN-NS covers the areas of Runnymede, Spelthorne, Woking & Surrey Heath and is one of three groups of local disabled people, and carers, who meet up quarterly.

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Children with Disabilities Forum

Parent Carers only meet briefly for discussion of issues to be raised at the formal meeting that will follows.

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Forum For Older People

An open-access forum attended mostly by statutory and voluntary providers of services for older people.

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