Leading disability charity, Enham Trust was proud to be a part of the hugely successful 215 community art project, to commemorate the centenary of the end of WW1 last week.

Andy Fitchet, Corporate Community and Events Fundraiser commented:

“We were delighted to be a part of the 215 community art project this year to commemorate such an important time in our history.

It was a stunning display and very emotive to remember all 215 brave men from Andover and of course, all across the country.

Enham Trust was founded to rehabilitate injured service men after WW1, so this was of huge significance to be a part of this project.”

Soldiers painted as part of the 215 community art project

You can find out more about our history and the impact we have for disabled people today.

Thanks for reading this…

… and while you’re here we’d love it if you could make a donation. We do so much good work for disabled people across the UK, but we couldn’t do it without your help. Did you know that just £5 can help run a wellbeing archery session, increasing social inclusion and skills development?

Donate now