Charity Golf Day

On Thursday 4th April 2019, Furnley House hosted it’s first ever charity golf day. As well as being an enjoyable day out, the purpose of the day was to raise funds for our chosen charity, Alex’s Wish. Alex’s Wish is a fantastic charity that is working hard to help find a cure to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The day took place at Kirby Muxloe Golf Club and involved teams of four competing to win tickets to this year’s FA Cup Final…. Read more »

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Skydive for Alex’s Wish

Skydive for Alex’s Wish This Saturday (weather permitting) 2 of our bravest colleagues will be doing a 13,000 foot tandem skydive for Alex’s Wish at the Langar Airfield in Nottinghamshire The courageous duo will be heading up in a 15-place turbine-powered Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft and then jumping out with an instructor when they’re 13,000ft high. They’ll be free falling for 45-50 seconds, reaching speeds of over 120mph and then they’ll be able to enjoy the amazing views of the… Read more »

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Your generosity is helping to cure Duchenne

Thank you to everyone who has helped to raise over £30,000 to help find a cure for Duchenne! Earlier this year, Furnley House held a party to celebrate its fifth birthday with its staff. Collectively, we all agreed that we wanted to do something to bring the Furnley House community together. We often get involved in local charitable events and help to raise awareness and funds for local causes. This year, we chose to work with Alex’s Wish after being… Read more »

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Furnley House join Alex’s Wish

Furnley House are about to celebrate their fifth birthday by giving back and helping out in the Community by supporting Alex’s Wish, which was set up with the aim of eradicating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy? Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. is a serious muscle-wasting disease affecting 1 in every 3,500 boys born. Those affected are wheelchair bound in early teens and completely paralysed by late teens. It is 100% fatal and children will not live beyond their twenties…. Read more »

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Helping our local communities; a review of the year

As the days have become more autumnal and the weather well and truly heading towards Winter, the days and weeks are leading us up to the end of another year. We’ve taken a look back at our community work this year which has been fun, challenging and rewarding. Supporting where we can We believe we should support local charities and communities wherever we can and help to bring about positive social change. It’s something our staff also believe in and… Read more »

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