Hats for Headway

May 16, 2016

It’s Hats for Headway Day and Headway supporters across the Thames Valley are getting involved, donning their finest headgear to raise money for the charity. 


Some of our clients with Headway Thames Valley Chairman, Trevor Powell

Clients from our centre in Henley have been making their own hats this week and proudly wearing them today. Christina, standing next to Trevor won a prize for creating the best hat.


Wacky hats from the accounts team at Boyes Turner Solicitors


The whole Boyes Turner team

Boyes Turner Personal Injury Solicitors got involved once again this year with some fantastic hats.


Staff at Henley College


Henley College pupils

And hats were on display all over Henley College too, with staff and pupils alike representing Headway and using #HatsForHeadway

They also held a cake sale and Crossbar Challenge on Thursday to help raise funds for the charity.

20-year-old Erin Park, a pupil at Pathways in Henley College, won this year’s UK-wide competition for ‘best hat’ with her colourful Mohawk headgear, earning a prize of £150 vouchers to spend online at Hayes Garden World.

The prize will go towards developing the college’s garden areas in the Pathway department, which supports children with disabilities and learning difficulties.

Erin from Pathways at Henley College - UK-wide competition winner for 'best hat'

Erin – UK-wide competition winner for ‘best hat’

Headway Thames Valley would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part in a great day that will have raised a great deal of awareness for the charity and also vital funds.

For more photos from Hats for Headway, please see our Gallery.