UNITED KINGDOM

A DAY FULL OF ENGAGEMENTS FOR THE COUNTESS OF WESSEX

November 27, 2019

Footsteps Centre

Sophie, Countess visited Footsteps Centre in Oxfordshire. The centre helps disabled children to maximise their physical abilities, providing funding for children to benefit from intensive physiotherapy.

The Countess of Wessex met young children receiving specialist physiotherapy treatment. Footsteps supports children with cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders.

The charity has 8 physiotherapists providing treatment across a range of equipment, including a special ‘spider’ – that helps children improve strength and movement.



Sylva Wood Centre

The Countess of Wessex also made a visit to the Sylva Wood Centre in Oxfordshire. Sylva is an environmental charity that aims to help Britain’s trees and woodlands thrive, caring for 90,000 hectares.

Sophie of Wessex officially opened the charity’s restored Anglo Saxon building the ‘House of Wessex’.

The Countess also visited the Wood Centre workshop and talked with with furniture design makers.



Earth Trust

Later, The Countess of Wessex visited Earth Trust, where she learnt more about the charity’s work in tackling local environmental challenges.

Sophie of Wessex wore printed scarf, Prada black suede boots, Ellery skirt, Lucia Odescalchi Berlin earrings, Sophie Habsburg Lunatic clutch and gray coat.



IntoUniversity

She also visited IntoUniversity to learn about the academic support offer to young students. IntoUniversity provide local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve. The Countess of Wessex visited the Oxford centre.



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