Lottery Grant spreads a little more SUNSHINE
21 November 2021
Members of the group are beaming after receiving some much-needed funding to boost. with the help of an organisation called Fit Well and Connected we secured a grant of £9950.00p from the National Lottery Community Fund. The lottery funding will guarantee the continuance of the Group for the next year. Because of the loss of the ability to raise funds via town shows, charity stalls etc, due to the Pandemic, we needed a much-needed funding boost, and the grant has done just that. It will fund general activities, travel costs, venue hire, a storage cabinet, tables, and some up to date I.T. equipment. It will also fund our Deputy Project Leader for the coming year, which will mean that we have some continuity of expertise and make it easier to take in a few more members including wheelchair users.
Grant from Littlehampton Rotary Club 29-09-19
29 September 2019
We received a fantastic grant of £1000 from the Littlehampton Rotary Club.
The first photo shows our Chair Terry Elderfield receiving the cheque from, Mrs. Jenny Ripley, President of Littlehampton Rotary Club and Mr. Geoffrey Watts, Chairman of Community Service and Press Officer of the Club. The second photo is of members and volunteers saying a big thank you.
Fraikin Cheque Presentation
10 March 2019
We received a very generous donation from Fraikin Ltd which is one of the largest providers of commercial vehicle contract hire, fleet management and rental solutions in the UK market. My Son In-Law Jason Jones (pictured), along with other Fraikin work colleagues, completed the Three Peaks Challenge last year. The money raised was shared out amongst the company nominated charities and we have received £1500.00.
Picture was taken on Sunday 10th March. Myself axcepting the cheque from Jason Jones.
Littlehampton Flower Club come up roses
06 February 2017
We received a very generous donation of £250 from the Committee and Members of the Littlehampton Flower Club.
We are extremely grateful for this donation and for all the efforts they put into raising it. The money will help very much with our fundraising efforts and will be put towards the purchase of some much-needed games and puzzles.
Picture taken at our Christmas Party on Sunday 18th December. Our Chair Mr. Terry Elderfield and Deputy Project Leader Helene Halls holding the cheque, along with some of our happy Members.
Picture taken at our meeting on Sunday 5th February. Our members and volunteers making good use of the new puzzles.