Megan Baker House is a charity providing FREE Conductive Education Services at its centre in Herefordshire for children, teenagers and adults with special educational needs and physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, head injury, stroke, dyspraxia and early on-set Parkinson's disease.

In addition we also provide Conductive Education reach-out services at various venues.

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 Shop online with major retailers and raise money for us at the same time!!

Its really easy to do, visit easyfunding, register and pick Megan Baker House as your charity.

Select 'easyfunding donation reminders' and then each time you want to buy online from one of the retailers listed on their site if you do so via the easyfundraising website they will then make a donation us!

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Working together with Debenhams Hereford...

It seems a long time ago now but on a wet weekend in August the staff of Debenhams Hereford celebrated the official opening of the Old Market shopping  centre by holding a family day in support of Megan Baker House. With the help of Sascha Kindred, his impressive collection of medals, a bull called Hairy Fred, 2 crazy hobbit creatures, face painters and balloon artists a fun day was had by all. The day marked the beginning of what all the staff at Debenhams Hereford hope is a long association with MBH as their nominated local charity.

“Debenhams Hereford is proud to work with Megan Baker House and have the opportunity to help you further your incredible work. We look forward to learning more about what you do and lots more fun days working together” Kim . Store Manager

  

 

 

 

 Leominster Golf club are please to have raised £500 for Megan Baker House from the clubs inaugural variety show on 15th November. The show which included professional performers from across the West Midlands, was made possible through the involvement of club members and sponsorship from local businesses.

Below is Bob Hollway Club Captain presenting Zoe with the cheque