Mary Frances Trust
Mary Frances Trust is a local charity providing non-medical support for people with mental ill health in Epsom and Ewell and Mole Valley. Most services they offer are either free or very low cost.
The main focus is on people's wellbeing and making sure they can achieve their full potential and their own goals. Services provided include advice and information, support to access training courses and volunteering positions, IT courses and assistance as well as many group activities. Individuals may self-refer.
Telephone: 01372-375400 or 07929-024722
The Rotary Club of Ashtead was chartered 20th February 1981. We are a dynamic club of approximately 20 members comprised of individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Visiting Rotarians are assured of a warm welcome. We are actively looking to recruit new members. If you are interested in Rotary, we would be delighted to welcome you to one or more of our meetings so that you can get to know us a little better before considering membership.
Our club normally meets every Thursday evening at The Cock Inn, Headley; 7.30pm for 8pm start. If you would like to visit us as a guest, whether a Rotarian or not, please visit the web site via the link below and send us a message via the enquiry form. We also meet occasionally at the Leg of Mutton and Cauliflower pub in Ashtead, where visitors are free to drop in to meet our members!
We often have a speaker at our meetings, addressing a wide variety of topics and we organise club visits to local events and attractions. Approximately every six weeks we will have a members only business meeting at which we review the finances and current activities of the club and plan future events.
The concept of service is an integral part of the club's activities and the Rotary motto "Service above Self" embodies the reason why our members have joined Rotary. Fun and fellowship however play an important role: we are members of Rotary because we enjoy being members of Rotary.
Thanks to the ongoing support of the businesses and residents of Ashtead, our club is able, each year, to help, both with time and money, a wide variety of local and international charities and community organisations. If you wish to know more about our activities please browse through the rest of our website.
Mid Surrey Dementia Care Trust
Although currently closed due to Covid-19 restriction, The Conservatory Club operates out of a conservatory adjacent to the Fairfield Centre in Leatherhead. It aims are:
- To help people with memory difficulties to retain their communication and social skills.
- To provide relief to carers from the demanding responsibilities of caring.
Ashtead Good Neighbours
Although not currently operating due to Covid-19 restrictions, Ashtead Good Neighbours is a voluntary organisation serving Ashtead adults who are in need.
The principal aim of the scheme is to offer neighbourly help to adults in need in Ashtead by
carrying out tasks that one could reasonably expect a good neighbour to undertake.
For details go to their web site: www.agn.uk.net