Charity No: 1146913
A professional HealthCare Provider specialising in the treatment of police officers

180 Miles for Flint House

On Thursday, Paul Griffiths starts his annual charity challenge which for 2019 is walking The River Thames Path Walk- 180 miles in 9 days raising funds for The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House and thus helping injured and ill officers.. any donations appreciated 

Paul will be staying at Flint House on Sunday July 7th after our CEO Tom MCAuslin walks him in on the Wallingford, Cholsey Streatley section Sunday afternoon and then on Monday morning the Streatley, Pangbourne stretch. 

Any patient from the Centre here next week-end is welcome to join them both. We also have interest from BBC South who are looking to shoot some footage of the Centre and feature Paul's efforts.

Many thanks from all of us at Flint House and we wish Paul well on his walk....if you wish to donate to Paul's challenge and help us secure the Centre for future officers as well as current please go to: …

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Local Business Support for Flint House

Recent communication with the (very) local community businesses within Goring and Streatley has established that the number of officers and attendant visitors and family play a significant part in sustainability of the local economy and the turnover of local businesses and suppliers.

Contact has established a goodwill willingness by those businesses to support the Centre and its patients by making available various incentives from their specific offering to those who identify themselves as attending/visiting Flint House. For our part we are very happy to identify those businesses and provide their contact details here and within the Centre on Electronic signboards. 

We are happy to promote those businesses within and details of how you may contact them. Please help us support businesses supporting you.

Accommodation and Inn: Miller of Mansfield

Food: Masooms Tandoori Restaurant

Beauty Treatments: Virgo Beauty

Hair: The Marvellous Hair Company

Flowers: Ferry Lane Florists

Gifts & Cards: For Inspirations

Any offers made are entirely at the sole discretion of the business concerned are not the responsibility of the Centre to endorse or subsidise in any way.

Ex -Olympian Opens New Gym

Dame Kelly Holmes DBE OLY attended FlintHouse to open our new Gym in May. As well as opening the £750,000 refurbishment she also spent over 4 hours on site talking with patients, and staff. Attending in her sports kit Dame Kelly also participated in a Lower Limb class showing us all how fit she still is. The full story of her visit can be read here in detail from the local Henley Standard web page.

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OscarKilo Wellbeing Vehicle attends Flint House

Coinciding with the visit of Dame Kelly Holmes DBE OLY to open theFlint House Gym refurbishment, Flint House hosted the OscarKilo Police National Well-being Service  vehicle for two days. Presented on site by Insp. Julie Rawsthorne, Lead for the OscarKilo vehicles and The Police National Wellbeing Service.  Health checks were carried out by the Centre's Clinical Team for patients, staff and site attendees as well as demonstration of the newly launched service and information about it access and use by the Police Servive.

More detail about this service can be found at the OscarKilo web site link.

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Chair of PolFed John Apter Visits Flint House

It was great to see John Apter at the Centre today. Pictured here with Tom McAuslin CEO for a tour of the Centre seeing it in action and meeting Clinical delivery personnel, Physical and Mental, followed by some far reaching and detailed discussion on role of all Police Treatment facilities and their place at the core of treating sick and injured police officers and personnel.

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