I have just been checking on CE Centre newsletters and found an exciting event for one centre flagged up.
Every year in November a big fundraising event takes place in the UK for Children in Need, the BBC’s UK corporate charity which aims to ‘make a real difference to the lives of children all across the UK’. This is broadcast on BBC television on a Friday night and took place this year last Friday, 18 November. Various ‘celebrities’ take part by doing ‘silly things’ and viewers are asked to pledge money for the cause.
In the latest issue of the newsletter of Steps Conductive Education Centre ( in Leicestershire), it is stated that this year a film of the work of the centre was chosen to be included. What a marvellous opportunity for Steps – and Conductive Education in the UK.
In the past Children in Need donated funds to the Foundation for Conductive Education’s children’s services at the National Institute of Conductive Education, and there may be othe centres who have received help in this way. Perhaps the film was shown as example of how the money raised last year was spent – I don’t know as I did not see the programme.
I do hope, however, that all went well and film did get broadcast and was seen by many, especially parents looking for help for their children.