Head2Head Finalist in Community Hero Award 

Theatre props and puppets at festival

Accessible theatre charity, Head2Head Sensory Theatre, has been shortlisted for the Community Hero Award (sponsored by Greatest Hits Radio) for the Surrey Business Awards in recognition of its work with young disabled children and their families in the local community. 

Founder Anni Rhodes – Steere, said: “We are committed to making a positive difference in our community, and it is rewarding to see that our hard work is being recognized.” 

“Our charity has improved the quality of life for many families in and around Surrey, giving them access to the magic of performing arts – a place which has traditionally been inaccessible to them. 

“Our remarkable team of volunteers and professional actors has clearly made a positive impact and we are very proud of everyone who has played a part.” 

Head2Head has been ‘making theatre accessible’ since 2006 and has entered the final round of Surrey County Council’s Your Fund Surrey funding opportunity with plans to create a new hub for local and special needs’ communities. 

The volunteer led charity based in Drewshearne Barn, Oxted has been shortlisted alongside; Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS), Alpha Community Outreach, Branston Adams and Right at Home GF.  

The Surrey Business Awards recognises the achievements of all kinds of businesses, large and small, across different sectors in Surrey. Winners will be announced at the G Live in Guildford on October 17th.   

Head2Head is a volunteer led charity located in Oxted.

This autumn the Accessible theatre charity is asking for your help to turn your steps into funds. Help bring the magic of theatre into the lives of many more disabled children and their families. The funds you help bring in with your run for charity will also help us create a new accessible hub in Oxted, Surrey for the local and special needs’ community.

Every Step Counts.