After more than a year of training, the big day finally arrived. And what a day it was! On the 29th September at Dawlish Warren, Helen’s TriHards took part in the Dawlish Triathlon, a sprint version of this most de...[more]
In June, The Helen Foundation supported a major performance of Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde in St Peter’s Church, Shaldon as part of the Shaldon Festival. With over 100 performers from six local sch...[more]
Anthony Gormley, one of Britain’s best-known sculptors – think Angel of the North – has been the inspiration behind a brilliant project at Doddiscombsleigh School.
Another of Gormely’s well-known ...[more]
This year’s offer of support from The Helen Foundation to the 56 schools in Teignbridge was published in September. Owing to the continuing generosity of THF supporters, the charity is able to offer each school in...[more]
Ben Gardner, from Bishopsteignton, is a very talented musician. Aged 14, he has already achieved Grade 8 piano and is currently working towards his Grade 8 viola. He attends Saturday masterclasses at The Royal Academy of...[more]
Millie successfully applied for a full THF bursary for art materials for her final paintings on her Art Foundation course in 2012. and to be her starter kit for her London studies. She subsequently gained a place at the ...[more]
Artist Michelle Greenwood-Brown was engaged by Bradley Barton School on an ambitious arts project to enhance the artworks in the school grounds. Bradley Barton rightly prides itself on its environmental awareness and the...[more]
Dawlish Art Group
This lovely group of people nominated the charity to benefit from the sale of pictures at their recent art exhibition and sent a cheque for £250! Thank you so much for your support.
Ann Croft and Betty...[more]