Headway Norfolk and Waveney clients recently embarked on a 3-day sailing trip with the Nancy Oldfield Trust, an experience that will be etched in their memories for years to come. Smooth sailing and unforgettable memories were the order of the day, as the clients enjoyed the fresh sea air and learned all about sailing.
The Nancy Oldfield volunteers were simply fantastic, going above and beyond to ensure that the clients had an incredible experience. With the wind in their hair and sunshine on their faces, the clients learned all about the importance of the wind on a boat's sails and enjoyed the feeling of being in control of the boat.
"Our clients had an amazing time during their 3-day sailing trip at Nancy Oldfield cottages," said Gaynor Doy, Area Manager from Headway Norfolk and Waveney. "They loved taking the helm and feeling in control of the boat, and can't stop talking about their adventure."
The Nancy Oldfield Trust is a registered charity that provides access to the broads and the waterways of Norfolk to people who are disadvantaged by disability, social isolation, or other disadvantages. Their mission is to make the waterways accessible to everyone, regardless of their circumstances. To find out more about The Nancy Oldfield Trust, visit their website here.
"We are so grateful to the Nancy Oldfield Trust for providing our clients with this incredible opportunity," said Gaynor. "It was a truly transformative experience that will stay with them forever."
Headway Norfolk and Waveney is a local charity that provides support and services to people with brain injuries and their families. Their mission is to promote independence, rehabilitation, and wellbeing for people with brain injuries.