The Grange Centre

Eloise Appleby is the Chief Executive of The Grange and spoke with Rachel Matthews about how her own personal faith has grown during the past year. 

The Grange Centre is a charity in Bookham which started it's life in 1927 when Miss Julia Sweet, a pioneer in the teaching and training of disabled people, founded the School of Stitchery and Lace in Leicestershire.  

Miss Sweet wanted to give nurses injured in the First World War a means of earning their living and this heart to help people live independently has now continued, as the centre also now offers home and support to people with learning disabilities.

Rachel began by asking Eloise how they have coped, as a community during lockdown... 

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