Andy’s Blog

On Tuesday night a large group of Freewheelers went to see the show Reasons to be Cheerful at the Theatre Royal in the Strand London. I was with Anna, Sonas, Sam K and Stephen the staff members with us were Phil and...

Today Drama was at the Bridge as usual. We started in the morning with a Warm Up we then welcomed our visitors Sarah Danes, Ella Findloy and Matt Soaby all from White Lodge in Chertsey Surrey. After that we rehearsed...

This week in drama we were back at the Bridge after being at the Community Centre last week. We started off in the morning by telling Freewheelers' members Emma and Luke H about our trip on Friday to the Olympic...

This a special blog about the Freewheelers trip to Olympic Park 2012. The day started with Brandon coming to Hemmet House quite early in the morning as he was to be interviewed by Peter Messer about the day, with Sonas doing the camera...

Today we visited the Olympic Park at the invitation of the Inspire Mark programme to see how the building is progressing. We were very impressed by how much has already been done. It is a huge area and so many projects...

Today at Runnymede Centre (in Chertsey) Sonas and Anthony danced "Trust" in front of a large group of people attending a Dance Taster Day run by Surrey Arts and the Surrey & Borders Partnership of the NHS. They danced beautifully and received huge applause....

Drama today was at Leatherhead Community Centre instead of the Bridge. We started with sitting together and Brandon mentioning that he had been to Military Costume shop in Hove at the weekend to find the costumes for Vince and myself for our parts...

On Monday there were a couple of Freewheelers absent, including Andrew Marber, who usually writes up the day's blog - thanks Andy! There were no visitors that day, so we just cracked on. Our main focus at the moment is rehearsing our new play, Messages...

On Wednesday, Viv and Bob went to the Houses of Parliament for a Dinner for the Orpheus Trust hosted by Lord Hunt. It was a great evening with music, song and laughter, and a wonderful opportunity to meet people from other disability organisations. ...