Charities

As parents of a severely disabled daughter, Richard and Annie have received a lot of help and support from local charities such as Stick ‘n Step and Claire House over the last few years. When they established Somerville’s Estate Agents, they decided they wanted to give something back to the local community. With this in mind, for every property sold, Somerville’s Estate Agents will donate £25 to one of the listed charities below.  As seller you can choose which charity the funds will go to support. 

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Stick ‘n’ Step provides specialist conductive education and support services to children with cerebral palsy and their families and carers from the North West of England and North Wales. All their sessions are provided for free to the families they support.
http://www.sticknstep.org/


Set up in 1991, Chapter provides a service to for people with mental health problems in Chester and the surrounding district. It assists in the support of people who, because of their mental illness, need help in regaining confidence and accessing training and employment. It has long been accepted that moving back into the mainstream through education and employment is one of the key factors in helping people to remain in the community.
http://www.chapterwestcheshire.org/

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Older people are now more likely to live longer in their own homes, but require support to continue to do so. Age UK Cheshire provides a diverse range of care and support services to promote the well being of all older people in Cheshire and to make later life a fulfilling experience.
http://www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshire/

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Founded in 1990, Parkgate Pony Sanctuary helps to relieve the suffering of any animals in Cheshire and the Wirral. The sanctuary is run by a small group of dedicated volunteers and it aims to provide a refuge or rescue home for unwanted animals and provide treatment for ill or mistreated animals.
http://www.parkgateponysanctuary.org.uk/

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Caring for more than 1,500 people from Chester, Deeside and Cheshire every year the Hospice of the Good Shepherd helps to improve the quality of life for those living with any incurable illness and gives support to families, friends and carers. To provide free care  the Hospice of the Good Shepherd need to raise more than £6,800 every day.
http://www.hospiceofthegoodshepherd.com/

 

Annie Somerville: “After gaining so much support over the last few years from one of these organisations it feels good to be giving something back.”