We’re pleased to say that in 2016 ‘Petts Woodstock’ raised over £17,000 for 5 local charities!
This year we’re hoping to raise even more.
Please click the images below to find out more about the charities we’re supporting in 2017.
Petts Woodstock 2017 will be supporting the following charities.
Our vision is of a world in which all dying people and those close to them have access to appropriate care and support, when they need it, wherever they need it and whoever they are.
ST. CHRISTOPHER’S HOSPICE - BROMLEY
The Maypole Project provides a lifeline of support for children with complex medical needs and their whole family. We support over 190 children with life threatening, life limiting illnesses and their families every year across South East London.
THE MAYPOLE PROJECT
Our Mission - To rescue and rehome any animal in need. Animals that cannot be rehomed become residents at the Rescue. We are a non profit animal rescue centre, based in Crockenhill. Funded entirely by donations.
SECOND CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE
The Petts Wood Playgroup for Children with Special Needs started on 28th September 1968 by a group from the Petts Wood United Reformed Church and the Methodist Church. The group provides pre-school education for children with special needs from birth to five years. The Petts Wood Playgroup is a registered charity.
Christ Church URC
Willett Way, Orpington, Kent, BR5 1LH
Tel: 01689 872053
PETTS WOOD PLAYGROUP
PETTS WOOD MEMORIAL HALL
The Memorial Hall in Petts Wood, Orpington, Bromley, is an active community centre, set in tranquil gardens in the heart of Petts Wood and is the venue for numerous community events, private functions and regular activities. The facilities are enjoyed by many local residents and most weeks see over a thousand people making use of this wonderful local resource.
SNARL - South Norwood Animal Rescue Liberty
SNARL was set up in 2014 after many many years of unofficial rescue and rehabilitation. Currently, we have 12 resident cats and a number of fosters and strays.
When we can, we also try to support local residents in caring for their cats when they experience financial difficulties.