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Cambridgeshire charity celebrates three decades of brain injury help




Headway Cambridgeshire celebrated its 30th birthday with a party for clients, families, friends, supporters and volunteers, past and present.

The event, held at Chesterton Methodist Church on Saturday (September 7), was attended by Cambridge mayor Gerri Bird.

headway celebrates it's 30th Birthday, from left cutting the cake are Rev Ian Murray, Paul Scotney who has used Headway for 17, Mayor of Cambridge Councillor Gerri Bird and manager Kathy Bullock. Picture: Keith Heppell. (16482512)
headway celebrates it's 30th Birthday, from left cutting the cake are Rev Ian Murray, Paul Scotney who has used Headway for 17, Mayor of Cambridge Councillor Gerri Bird and manager Kathy Bullock. Picture: Keith Heppell. (16482512)

Kathy Bullock, chief executive of the group, which helps people with an acquired brain injury, said: “We wanted to have a party with everybody who has supported us over the past 30 years, including clients and their families, volunteers and health professionals. Everybody got together to celebrate.”

The event featured live music and workshops.




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