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Virginia Water FC have 3 open aged men's senior teams and 4 youth teams (2x Under 15's, Under 13's and Under 11's). Training is on Wednesday evenings at Royal Holloway University. We are always on the lookout for new players at all age groups, please contact the club for more information
The Voice In A Million project are delighted to announce the opening of Surrey’s very own Voice In A Million Academy in Chertsey. The flagship Academy is run by the project’s producer, Jo Garofalo, who not only has a vast amount of experience working with many talented children from the South of England, but was also part of the creative force that engaged thousands of children from Surrey to perform at the London 02 Arena last January in an event which raised awareness for Adoption & Fostering in the UK. With the highly popular Talent Television shows, X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent, more young people than ever, are keen to learn how to sing and perform like their idols. The Chertsey Voice In A Million Academy opened in May and due to popular demand is now set to launch a second 3 hour session every Sunday afternoon, in addition to the existing morning sessions. The Academy will appeal to children with varying degrees of talent from Surrey (between the ages of 7 & 18) and provide them with the opportunity to join a unique performance organization that have opened academies across the UK and develop their skills in Vocal, Recording and Live Performance techniques. Robert & Jo Garofalo, founders of the Voice In A Million project says, ‘We firmly believe that singing is an important part of a child’s overall well-being and are proud to have seen so many develop both artistically and confidently throughout their time with the Voice In A Million Academies’. At least Four ARENA events a year are performed by Voice In A Million Groups, singing live in front of extremely large audiences, in prestigious venues to raise awareness for the British Association For Adoption & Fostering, which are normally reserved for A-List artists. Each Voice In A Million Academy also stages its own local theatre show each year and all members of the academy are encouraged to take part in recording sessions for Voice In A Million downloads, singles and album releases. The existing Voice In A Million Academy members have the following live performances to look forward to; Celebrating Surrey Festival (Main Stage) 26th Jun 2010 Nottingham Trent FM Arena 7th Oct 2010 Liverpool Echo Arena 10th Nov 2010 London 02 Arena 1st Feb 2011 Voice In A Million staged a huge concert at the London 02 Arena on 28th Jan 2010, which gathered a staggering 5200 children from educational & performance schools across the UK performing tracks from the Voice In A Million Songbook in front of a 7000 audience. Both the Academy and events at the 02 Arena and beyond raises awareness in support of The British Association For Adoption & Fostering (BAAF). ‘The academy that makes a difference’ not only enhances ability and confidence of each child attending, but also makes a difference to those children that need families. Voice In A Million strives to achieve awareness of the plight of millions of children worldwide that are orphaned, abandoned or separated from their birth parents and in need of a loving family for life.
Woking & Sam Beare Hospices are independent charities dedicated to providing specialised end of life care and support to patients and their families living with a life limiting illness in Englefield Green and surrounding areas. As well as providing in-patient care and day care units at both Hospices our community team are vital in providing services over a much wider area of North West Surrey including the Borough of Runnymede.
Although we receive some statutory funding, we rely on the generosity of our local communities to provide over 70% of our running costs, which amounts to over £8.6 million a year.
We are able to provide our services free of charge due to local individuals, groups and companies, who kindly raise funds for us throughout the year. There are many things you can do, large or small to make a difference and we can provide support and advice to make it as simple as possible. If you would like to fundraise for your local hospice, our Community Fundraiser Chiara Cadei would love to hear from you. Whether it’s a sponsored walk, cake sale, raffle, bucket collection or charity sports match, Chiara is here to support you all the way.
For more information about the Hospices and how you can get involved please contact:
Phone: 01483 881752
Mobile: 07469 855707