Dedicated Margaret in line for national award

A volunteer cook from Exeter who has dedicated the past 17 years of her life to catering for people affected by brain injury is to be honoured at a national awards ceremony. Margaret Bird, 82, from Silverton village, on the outskirts of Exeter, will compete against only two other nominees from across the UK for […]

Sun is shining on Headway Devon fundraising

Recent fundraising events have put a real spring in our step here at Headway Devon. From bucket collections and raffles to coffee mornings and grants, our supporters have gone above and beyond to support local people with brain injuries. This seasonal fundraising began with a coffee morning at the Meads in Silverton in May raising […]

Out and about in Action for Brain Injury Week

To celebrate Action for Brain Injury Week, which will be running from 13th-19th May, Headway Devon will be touring the county with an exhibition of client artwork and coffee morning. This “roadshow” will be launching in Torquay on Monday 13th May, before moving on to make stops in Tiverton, Exmouth, Honiton and finally Exeter on […]

Celebrating student volunteering

To mark Student Volunteering Week, Headway Devon would like to say a huge thank you to our dedicated team of volunteers and raise awareness of the invaluable support that we receive from local school, college and university students. Headway Devon are very lucky to enjoy the support of volunteers studying a wide range of subjects […]

Bring and buy in Honiton for brain injuries centre

Teas and coffees, cakes, plants, homewares and bric-a-brac will all be on offer at a Bring and Buy fundraiser for Headway Devon’s day centre in Honiton. The sale will take place from 9am-12.30pm on Saturday 2nd June in Mackarness Hall on Honiton’s High Street. Centre manager, Jackie Wheadon, says, “Events like this are a great […]


At our centres If you are a caring, patient, and understanding person who would like to help people with brain injuries to  regains skills, you might like to consider volunteering at one of our centres. Our rehabilitation centres are busy, lively places, where our clients can access specialist support and take part in activities in […]

How you can help

Headway Devon couldn’t function without our fundraisers, donors, volunteers and supporters. Whether you’d like to hold a “Hats for Headway” day, attend one of our film screenings or Coffee and Crafts by the Quay fairs, or donate some old jewellery to be recycled, every pledge of support is valuable to us and the people we […]