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Quiz Night to mark 5 years of Headway Suffolk

A charity quiz night is being held in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday 11 April at 7pm to celebrate Headway Suffolk’s fifth anniversary and fundraise for its cause. Headway supports local adults with acquired brain injuries and neurological conditions, as well as their families, in their recovery through its extensive range of rehabilitation, therapy and […]

Mark overcomes barriers to take part in Cycle Ride

A teenage brain injury survivor will take part in Headway Suffolk’s Cycle Ride and Walk in Ipswich on Saturday 27 April using his specially-adapted wheelchair bike. Eighteen-year-old Mark Baines suffered a brain haemorrhage as a young child after being born eight weeks premature, which has left him severely sight impaired, profoundly deaf and needing the […]

Lockdales host valuation days in aid of Headway Suffolk

Headway Suffolk, a local charity which supports people with brain injuries and neurological conditions, will be the beneficiary of two free valuation days being held by Suffolk auctioneers Lockdales in April. Lockdales are East Anglia’s leading auctioneers of collectables and antiques, and this year they are generously supporting the work of Headway Suffolk, who support […]

Spring Newsletter 2019

We have today released our Spring Newsletter, where you will find out the latest about: Our new hub and housing plans and how you can get involved; a focus on various forthcoming fundraising events; the first keynote speaker for our Neuro Conference; photos from services; a look at our monthly dementia groups; and other news and fundraising updates. To receive […]

Chris Tarrant to discuss his stroke at Neuro Conference

Neurology charity Headway Suffolk is delighted to announce that television and radio broadcaster Chris Tarrant OBE will be a headline speaker at its fifth annual Neuro Conference on Wednesday 16 October at Wherstead Park in Ipswich. Chris’ extensive broadcasting career includes hosting the world’s most successful quiz show Who Wants to be a Millionaire? on […]

Spring Events to Mark 5 Year Anniversary

Brain injury charity Headway Suffolk is marking its fifth anniversary year by hosting three fundraising events in spring to help improve its services for local people. Headway Suffolk was formed on 1 April 2014 following the merger of East and West Suffolk, and since then its rehabilitation, therapy and support services for local adults with […]

Recruitment Open Day – 29 January

We are holding a Recruitment Open Day on Tuesday 29 January from 9am – 4pm at our Ipswich hub at Epsilon House, West Road, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich IP3 9FJ. It is a chance for interested candidates to come along and see who we are and how we operate. You will have access to information about […]

Two free Understanding Brain Injury courses in New Year

Two free courses aimed at helping people and their loved ones understand the effects of brain injury or a neurological condition will take place in the New Year, run by charity Headway Suffolk. The Understanding Brain Injury courses, run by Headway Suffolk’s multidisciplinary team, look at how the brain works, the impact of trauma on […]

Support Our New Build With Christmas E-Cards

Headway Suffolk is inviting businesses to support its building of a new brain injury rehabilitation hub and housing centre in Ipswich by using its Christmas E-Cards in return for a donation. The brain injury charity is building the £5 million Professor Stephen Hawking Centre, which includes 24 homes in two bungalows and a new rehabilitation […]

Brain Injury Survivors Recognised at Headway Awards

Significant achievements made by three brain injury survivors in Suffolk were celebrated at an Awards Dinner by charity Headway Suffolk on 22 November. Every day, Headway Suffolk sees remarkable strides made by its 250 service users against adversity after having their lives affected by a brain injury or a neurological condition. The charity’s rehabilitation team […]