You are here






March 2019

Our Special Farm Day : Northwick Day Centre


We enjoy going to the farm

We have fun, and come to no harm,

The farm has various types of animals

Which we see and pet,

Horses pigs and goats

But not a ferret yet!


Lots of jobs for you and me,

Christalina sweeps with glee.

Into bags manure goes,

Later on fresh food grows.


Val to see the horses likes,

Watch out though 'cause Sparky bites!

In the big greenhouse Kathleen goes,

Into pots she plants and sows.


Sweeping up is not for Tony,

And he stays away from the pony.

Unlike Chris who the pony does love,

Chris works hard in the sunshine above.


Airplanes it seems you can reach up and touch

They scare the rabbits in their hutch.

We're going home covered in muck,

Don't forget Tracy's egg from a duck!



November 2018




October 2018

Our friends at SAP helped with fence painting  and worked in the Memory Garden to help keep the Centre smart and welcoming for our users






October 2018

Our friends at Sales Force helped with painting the stables and shifting some compost for the polytunnel




September 2018

Our friends from Sales Force came back for some much needed gardening and painting. Many thanks for all your hard work




June 2018

Our friends at Sales Force came back again for much needed gardening and some smart painting around the Plough Garden. Many thanks









June 2018

Our friends at Sales Force came again in June and painted a lot of fencing and making the Centre look smart.

Many thanks






May 2018


Our friends from Sales Force spent the day working on much needed jobs. 

Many thanks for your wonderful support







April 2018


Our friends at Dimensions Data have upgraded our internet and wifi throughout the site to a high professional standard. We could not have afforded this much needed work and their wonderful help and support is gratefully appreciated.






Charity Update: January 2018


2017 saw visitor numbers increasing to 8600+ compared to 7500 in 2016.

Our activities are very popular and well subscribed.

Cedar Tea Room is now established with regular clientele

As local authorities cut back on the services they are able to offer, more people with disabilities and special needs are turning to the Centre for help and support and their numbers are expected to continue to rise in 2018.

Unfortunately success comes at a price. The charity had a deficit of about £10,000 for the financial year ended 31st December. 

Operating costs were about £86,000 and Income about £76,000. The Annual Report with final figures should be published in April


RDA Riding Update from Pat our Head of Riding

In December 2017 we said goodbye to Rory & Gorda who have gone back to their owners for a well deserved rest, they will be missed by all. Sparky a 7  year old Connemara has joined our team and is proving to be a lovely RDA pony. We are happy to say that we are able to keep our riding fees the same as for 2017 and look forward to welcoming new riders in 2018.


Animal and Garden Update from Susan our Centre Supervisor

The year to come:

Winter is sprangled, frost covered sheep and crisp crunchy grass. Hungry mouths abound-all the time. It is hard work and rewarding in equal measure.

Spring is full of promise, everything is burgeoning. Pear trees in blossom and animals sporting sleek summer coats or new featherand down-all is green and clean.

Summer is allotment time. Lots of vegetables are growing, for sale in our shop and for use in our kitchens.

Autumn means preparation for the harsh months to follow. Anials are round and fluffy. The gardens spent and scruffy. We need to get ready - for Winter. 



December 2017

Our Users Christmas Party was a great success. Everyone received a present from Santa who also performed magic tricks. Garfield & the Mayor Of Hillingdon ensured all had a good time with lunch provided by The Heathrow Sheraton Hotel.







October 2017

Our friends at SAP spent the day sorting the muck heap and painting the raised boardwalk to the

Nature Area. Many thanks for your great work







Sarfraz completed the London Marathon and fundraised £870 for the Centre.

Many thanks to Sarfraz and also to Viva Xpress Logistics (UK) Ltd for their support




Open Day 19th September 2017

Some pictures of a great event on a sunny day. The Mayor of Hllingdon presented certificates of merit and The Heathrow Sheraton Hotel provided a buffet lunch. 







September 2017


Our friends at Heathrow Airport Ltd have transformed the Memory Garden






July 2017


Tommy, one of our volunteers has been fundraising and raised £62.00 for the Centre.

Well done Tommy




July 2017

Thank you Ashford Rotary Club for your £100 donation




May 2017

Our friends at UPS have donated £695 to to help towards the costs of our not for profit

Cedar Tea Room.

Managed by Yvonne and her family who have made Cedar Tea Room a special place for our disadvantaged users and visitors.  See more pictures and info on the Cedar Tea Room page. 





Meet our new turkeys, Rosemary & Thyme, friends for Borage (Boris).

Both birds were kindly donated by Copas Traditional Turkeys at Cookham.




                                                    Some of our friends at Sainsbury's



                                             Collection at Sainsbury's Easter 2017: Many thanks Bernie and Yvonne




                                                                             SOME OF OUR SUPPORTERS


                                            The Butterflies Group                                                                 The DHL team


                                           Etihad Airways                                                                               Centrica


                                                               Inner Wheel of Walton on Thames



Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer