Monthly Archives: May 2016

Millie wins top London Art Prize

May 13, 2016

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Millie Kelly attended Teignmouth Community School where she was taught and encouraged by the outstanding Head of Art, Sue Williamson. Millie then went to the renowned Foundation Art Course at KEVICC school, Totnes. While...[more]

Banner making workshop at Exminster

May 13, 2016

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Sarah Stapleton from Exminster writes: “What a fantastic day we have had in year 5! We were lucky enough to have a visit by Bridget Arnold who is a DAISI-registered artist (Daisi Arts in Schools Initiative). Bridg...[more]

Kingskerswell Sculpture residential at Colehayes

May 13, 2016

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Over 40 Year 4 pupils at Kingskerswell Primary School went to Colehayes Residential Centre near Dartmoor National Park to attend a two-day sculpture workshop led by Andy Cairns. Inspired by the coming Rio Olympics and by...[more]

May fundraising and donations

May 13, 2016

Helen Foundation Trustees are very grateful to the following individuals and organisations for their kind donations to THF recently: Powderham Castle (as part of THF being their Charity of the Year) Hilary and Ken Dawson...[more]

10 for 10

May 13, 2016

THF began 10 years ago. Thanks to the valiant efforts of many supporters, the charity managed to provide benefits for over 3000 young people last year through school-based workshops and projects, individual bursaries and...[more]

Sarah and Katherine represent THF at Powderham

May 13, 2016

Sarah Maun and Katherine Daniels kindly represented THF at a special open afternoon at Powderham Castle recently. Sarah writes: “I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you so much for asking me to go along to re...[more]

THF Presentation to Newton Abbot Rotary Club

May 13, 2016

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Last month, THF Trustees Annie and Roger Kirk gave a presentation about the work of the charity to members of the Rotary Club of Newton Abbot at Hannah’s at Seale Hayne. Focusing on the benfits of the charity to yo...[more]