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Milkshake Tree pop up installation at Greenwich Peninsula

We’re delighted that BD Landscape Architects’ landscaping design for the creative pop-up installation of our new building (which was displayed next to the O2 in Greenwich in 2016) won Highly Commended in the ‘Design for a Temporary Landscape’ category in the Landscape Institute Awards 2017.


The Appeal

The Milkshake Tree Appeal is our capital campaign to raise money to create a new Centre so that we can extend our services and help more disabled children and their families

We asked the children at our school what they wanted in our new Centre. One of the girls said ‘a milkshake tree’! We’ve adopted this as the name for the Appeal as it really captures the spirit of our mission to support disabled children to develop independence, confidence and self-esteem – and, hopefully, to make their dreams come true.

We need to raise £5.8 million for the building and grounds. Thanks to generous donors, we have already raised £1 million but we still have a long way to go.

For more information or to get involved, please tel 020 8444 7242.


Growing a new future for disabled children and adults

We are hugely excited to be improving and extending our Centre in Coppetts Road.

This is a fantastic opportunity to increase our services and facilities to help many more disabled children and adults with cerebral palsy and other movement disorders to achieve their full potential.

The new building will be a vibrant and harmonious space. It will include a hydrotherapy pool, classroom and therapy spaces, an accessible kitchen, a sensory garden, an inclusive playground and a Parents’ Hub, among other features.

The architecture and landscaping have been carefully and sensitively designed to offer opportunities, as appropriate to each child’s individual needs, to stimulate the senses through sounds, smells, light and varying surfaces.

Thanks to generous donors, we’ve already raised over £1 million but we still have a long way to go.

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