AN open house event in aid of the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley raised more than £250
AN open house event in aid of the Chiltern Centre for disabled children in Henley raised more than £250.
Gaie Scouller, a patron of the charity, invited guests to her home in Bix.
More than 20 families attended and explored the home and grounds before tea and cake were served. Harriet Barcella, community fund-raiser for the charity, said: “We were so delighted that people got the chance to view the beautiful gardens which looked particularly stunning as the sun broke through.
“The money raised goes directly to the Chiltern Centre, which provides essential care and support to disabled children and young people and their families.
“I would like to thank Gaie for her generosity and Tesco in Henley, which helped provide the refreshments, as well as all those who came and who continue to be so generous in their support.”