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Next Fundraising Event

World's Biggest Coffee Morning

We are hoping to hold our 26th annual coffee morning in aid of Macmillan. Everyone has been so supportive in past years and we hope you'll be again. Last year was a record breaking year for Coffee Morning with £1,042 being raised, so there's never been a better excuse for cake or to enable us to raise even more vital funds to carry on this much needed help. Our event is on :

Friday 29th September 2017
in the W.I. Hall, Wickhambrook
from 9.00am to Noon.

The total raised nationally last year was £29.5 million which helped fund Macmillan nurses, provide a lifeline of listeners and treatments not routinely available on the NHS amongst so many other vital services. We want to help, so please come and have a cup of coffee (or tea) and a chat in an excellent cause and support us once more. A display of gifts for Christmas from "CHOCOHOLICS" will also be present at this event with all profits from orders and sales going to Macmillan. Any donations of raffle prizes would be much appreciated. Thank You! For further information contact Mrs Val Orange 01440820161 or valerie.orange55@gmail.com

Val Orange.


Photo of the Month - September

Facts about our fundraising ...

In Wickhambrook we raised £795 in 2014 at the MacMillan Cancer Relief World's Biggest Coffee mornings held in the W.I. Hall. 

The Wickhambrook Fundraisers raised over £2,000 in 2007 for St Nicholas Hospice

The Teen Skate Park was officially opened 31st January 2004.

Apart from the bad weather, the opening of the Teen Project was a great success and articles appeared in local papers.

See more Teen Project photos

Macmillan Cancer Relief

World's Biggest Coffee Morning

We are hoping to hold our 26th annual coffee morning in aid of Macmillan. Everyone has been so supportive in past years and we hope you'll be again. Last year was a record breaking year for Coffee Morning with £1,042 being raised, so there's never been a better excuse for cake or to enable us to raise even more vital funds to carry on this much needed help. Our event is on :

Friday 29th September 2017
in the W.I. Hall, Wickhambrook
from 9.00am to Noon.

The total raised nationally last year was £29.5 million which helped fund Macmillan nurses, provide a lifeline of listeners and treatments not routinely available on the NHS amongst so many other vital services. We want to help, so please come and have a cup of coffee (or tea) and a chat in an excellent cause and support us once more. A display of gifts for Christmas from "CHOCOHOLICS" will also be present at this event with all profits from orders and sales going to Macmillan. Any donations of raffle prizes would be much appreciated. Thank You! For further information contact Mrs Val Orange 01440820161 or valerie.orange55@gmail.com

Val Orange.

For further information contact Mrs Val Orange 01440 – 820161 or email Val at Wickhambrook Fundraisers

Wickhambrook Fundraisers

Wickhambrook Fundraisers organise events to raise funds for Wick-Kids Youth Club and also St Nicholas Hospice.  Events organised range from bingo, car boot sales and charity dances to name but a few.

In 2007 a cheque was handed to St Nicholas Hospice for £2,363.54.

The Fundraisers thank everyone for their support.

The Teen Fund Project

Development work on the Teen Project started in February 2001 following requests from young people in the village for a skate/BMX facility. Not everyone wants to ride a skateboard or BMX so it was decided that the facility should cater for them as well.

The final design of the skatepark was arrived at after considerable research, including visits to some twenty skateparks in various parts of the country, and in consultation with future users of the Project. Advice was also sought from experienced skatepark users and operators, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, the police and specialist equipment suppliers.

The ‘all-sports’ area provides an all weather surface with a goal and basketball ring and a tennis practice wall is planned. As well as ball games, the area can be used by new skaters who want to gain experience before venturing onto the skatepark, or who want to practice skate-dance etc., and for other interests such as remote control car racing.

Funding for the Project, which is costing around £63,000 has come from a number of sources, local fundraising events; individual, club and business donations; Borough Council and County Councillor grants; the Parish Council and the Lottery grant from Sport England. A complete list of contributors will be available in due course.

Installation work on the Project, which is located on the village recreation ground, started in mid-October and it is hoped that it will be ready for use by early December. An official opening is planned and will be advertised.

view plan of the Teen Project

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