Seymours Encourage Support for The Meath’s Christmas Appeal

With the support of Seymours Estate Agents in Godalming, the Meath Epilepsy Charity has launched its ‘Sustain and Maintain’ Christmas Appeal in a bid to raise vital funds. For much of this year the local specialist care home has been unable to bring in its usual fundraised income from events.

To help raise awareness of the fantastic appeal, we are running a festive board campaign across the Godalming area, encouraging people to donate, and holding an office Christmas Jumper Day.


Seymours property boards spread festive cheer

Stewart Palmer, co-owner of Seymours Godalming office said: “We are so grateful to supporters of The Meath who are kindly displaying boards outside of their homes in the run up to Christmas. As well as raising vital income for The Meath Christmas Appeal we hope to raise awareness of the charity and spread lots of much needed festive cheer!”

Helen Jackson Marketing Manager at The Meath commented: “It means so much to us that Seymours are able to support The Meath in this way. The boards look fantastic and are sure to help generate funds that make a hugely positive difference to the people we support.”


Christmas Jumper Day

The ‘Sustain and Maintain’ Christmas Appeal is a call to arms for the local community at a time of great need. Pupils at Loseley Fields, Broadwater, St Edmunds and Chandler C of E School are kindly supporting the appeal by holding a Christmas Jumper Mufti Day.


Ian Bond, fellow Seymours owner, said: “Alongside our local schools, we are also looking forward to our annual Christmas Jumper Day in aid of The Meath, which will take place on 10th December. It provides a great opportunity for our team to support The Meath and enjoy some festive fun.”


How funds benefit The Meath

In addition to residential care for adults who live with complex epilepsy and disabilities, The Meath offers the people they support a wide range of daily, life enriching activity sessions at their Skills Centre and furniture up-cycling Social Enterprise Changing Perceptions, on Godalming high street.

The Meath’s funding covers only the basic requirements of life and does not stretch to the cost of activity sessions and regular social events which offer the people they support a sense of achievement, purpose and belonging.


Well-known actress Fiona Shaw is encouraging support in The Meath’s Christmas Appeal video which you can view here.

Christmas Carol Service Celebration

The charity is releasing a film of their Christmas Carol Service as part of their appeal. The Meath Carol Service on film is the perfect backdrop to your Christmas wrapping or tree decorating. The film is free to view, and the charity hopes that, in keeping with the spirit of Christmas, viewers will donate in order to help them to sustain the many life-enriching services for the people they support throughout the year ahead.

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To donate to The Meath Christmas Appeal or find out more about the charity, please visit

To read more about Seymours and our ongoing support for The Meath, view our blog here