Earlier in the summer Wealden Sailability manned a stall at the Chelsfield Village Fair. We could hardly not do, seeing as the Fair committee had selected us as their nominated charity for this year…a great honour..!! We were recently informed that despite the fact that a certain football match on the same day significantly reduced… Read More


On the 13th Sept, Wealden officially launched the wheelchair accessible boat named “The Spirit of Freemasonry”. Along with the regular Wealden volunteers and clients, the event was also attended by many local Mason’s with over 20 guests, including wives and family from Knole Lodge, Holmesdale Lodge and Coulsdon Lodge. Officers from the West Kent Masonic… Read More


Masonic Charitable Foundation Awards voting has been in progress during June and July throughout the Country for charities to compete for a share in the Mason’s tercentenary £3m fund. Awards on offer were for £25,000, £15,000, £6000 and £4000 to 6 charities selected to represent West Kent Masonic province and the amount awarded depended on… Read More


Wealden Sailability has been selected by the Masonic Charitable Foundation as one of the 300 charities across the UK to share in their £3 million distribution as part of their 300th year celebration. So Please Vote for Wealden Sailability! Just as a reminder and for those who don’t yet know about us… Wealden Sailability, based… Read More


The Chipstead Village Dragon Boat Festival was held on the August Bank holiday and for the second year monies raised during the day were divided between the Leonard Cheshire Home and ourselves.Unlike previous years, the sun shone, the racing was spectacular and the crowds managed to drink the Club bar dry!! Andy Clark who is… Read More


Yesterday, Wealden Sailability were very happy to accept a donation of £1000 from the Paddock Wood Freemasons. (following text as published by Paddock Wood Freemasons). Paddock Wood Freemasons were delighted to give a cheque to Wealden Sailability for £1000 to help in the excellent work that they do in taking disabled children and adults sailing… Read More