Beechwood Farm Nursery, Cuddington, Northwich.
Beechwood Farm Day Nursery kindly donated over £400 to start the charity after they held their summer fair. A huge thank you to all those involved at the nursery for their contributions.
2/11/2013 – Hell Run, Delamere
Proud Dad of Connie Martin (Clifton) completed the Hell Run in 2 hours 8 minutes and raised £200. Well done.
Jim McKee and Roger Rayner also completed the Hell Run up north. Jim McKee completed it in 1 hour 49 minutes, Roger Rayner in 2 hours. Well done to them. Jim McKee, of the Royal Engineers regiment based in Cambridge, secured £540 from an army sergeants’ mess for his run and the one planned in January 2014. Brilliant news, thanks so much. Roger has raised lots but the money is still coming in – and for the run planned in January too.
Roger Rayner just as he finished the hell run. Strut your stuff Roger!
Pictured above Jim McKee when he finished with his son Lewis. Jim certainly was the most unrecognisable out of the group when he finished! If you look closely you can see Pudding’s nose!
Cath Priestley, Kate Priestley and Donna Jeff’s also completed Hell Run in 3 hours 20 – well done.
Pictured far left is Kate Priestley, second left Cath Priestley and second right Donna Jeff’s who all completed the Hell Run for Tiny Steps and managed to raise £400. A massive thank you and well done xxx.
29/11/2013. Claire Brammall and Nic Entwistle from Beechwood Farm Day Nursery completed an all night hoopathon. They started at 10pm until 10am in freezing blustery conditions shooting netball hoops. They managed to shoot 5000 hoops and raised £190. Well done ladies.
Pictured below Claire Brammall left and Nic Entwistle right. The window was used as an inspiration window to get them through so there were pictures of Connie on there – one when she was in her incubator in the special care unit.
On 4/12/2013, Wyvern House Winsford Social Services team held a coffee morning arranged by Sereina Hardiman. The amount raised was £625. A massive thank you to Sereina and all the staff in the Northwich and Winsford teams for all the donations, cake baking and time given to the morning. Thank you also to those who donated prizes. Thank you to Rookery Hall , Wobble Away, Beauty Box (Winsford), Asda, Henkel, DW gym and The Queens pub. Thank you also to staff members Karen Owen, Marina Mullin, Nicky Turnbull and Allison Ainsworth for their kind donations.
Chris Walton arranged an Xmas meal for her friends and all who went donated at the door to enjoy her lovely food. All monies raised were for Tiny Steps – thank you Chris and also for your usual Xmas charity donation.
Thank you for kind donations at Christmas from: Jo Cliffe and Sean, Jackie Boniface and Maria Breaux.
4th January. Roger Rayner and Jim McKee completed the Hell Run down south (Hampshire). Roger finished 183rd in I hour 44 mins. Jim came 66th in 1 hour 35mins.
Jim and Rog – Hell run down south – too clean to be at the finish. Well done boys!
Gary Cooper is running the Dublin marathon in October and the Silverstone and Oulton Park half marathons in February and March. Gary has kindly decided to pay a pound of his own money for every mile he runs during training in January! His target is 200 miles. An amazing achievement and extremely generous! Thank you Gary. Although Gary hasn’t asked for donations you can follow his progress on Twitter and I’m sure any donations would be gratefully received.
He did it! End of January and Gaz ran 200 miles as part of his training for the marathons and from his own pocket he has donated £200 to Tiny Steps. Thanks so much Gaz – so generous.
Tuesday 28/1/2014, 7.30pm, Winnington Lodge, Northwich. We are getting together with anyone willing to join us to get some ideas down on paper for more fundraising and a general update on progress so far…
Janet had a Jamie Oliver party and raised funds with a raffle for Tiny Steps. Thanks so much Janet, and for coming to the gathering and offering your help.
BACK TO BACK FITNESS TEST!
Michelle Raynor is to complete a 12 hour back to back fitness class at LA Fitness, This will be on Monday 17th February and we are looking for volunteers to go and join a class, probably in the afternoon, to show support to what Michelle is doing. This will be confirmed .
22/3/2014 Tiny Steps charity night at Winnington Recreation Club, Winnington, Northwich. Tickets on sale now and selling fast! Tickets £6, starts at 7.30pm, last orders midnight. There will be a DJ and live music from Hey Matthew. DJ Tim is kindly giving his time for free. Thanks Tim Randles (DJ).
Tickets and posters kindly printed by THINK PRINT free of charge, many thanks to them for their donation.
Tiny Steps charity night was amazing! A massive thank you to Tim Randles our DJ who did a fantastic job, also a huge thank you to ‘Hey Matthew’ for putting on a fantastic set. Both of whom kindly gave their time for free. Thank you so much to everyone who donated prizes for the raffle.
Everyone had a fantastic night and with all your support buying tickets and turning up we managed to raise nearly £2500 .
We would also like to thank Michelle Rayner, Kelly Peach, Janet Raynor And Lynn Boniface for all their hard work on the night.
Get ready for the next one folks!
Scott Burstow will be running the 10k for Tiny Steps – thanks Scott, good luck!! Louise Jones has also signed up for the 10K, good luck Louise, and thank you.
Michelle Lowe and Gavin Long are also running the Marbury 10K. Thank you very much Michelle and Gavin, good luck and make sure we get some pictures!
Apologies from Scott Burstow who couldn’t make the Marbury 10k due to unforeseen circumstances but has booked on to the Manchester 10k on the 18th of May. Good luck pal.
A huge thank you to Louise Jones (proud aunty to Connie), Michelle Lowe and Gavin Long for completing the Marbury 10K. Well done guys – all at Tiny Steps are proud of you!
Hannah Cleaveley is doing the Knutsford jog on March the 16th. Hannah is doing as many laps of the moor as she can in an hour and has asked if she can do it for Tiny Steps. We are extremely grateful to Hannah who is only 9 years old. Good luck x.
Cake Sale and Raffle in Ellesmere Port
A cake sale and raffle will be held by Laura’s work colleagues on Wednesday 2nd April – all proceeds going to Tiny Steps. Thank you so much and good luck! xx.
WOW the cake sale and raffle managed to raise £280 for Tiny Steps. Thanks to everyone involved for your support and hard work x
Roger Raynor is doing the Manchester marathon on Sunday the 6th of April for Tiny Steps. Good luck Rog and thank you x
Well done Roger who completed the Manchester marathon today in 3hours and 48 minutes! Took your time didn’t you mate! Only joking – well done pal – great effort.
Roger Rayner after the Manchester marathon.
Stephen Campbell is doing a sponsored skydive for Tiny Steps on Saturday 12th April. Thanks very much Steve and good luck.
Paul Gentle is running the London marathon for Tiny Steps. Thank you Paul and good luck x
On Sunday the 4th of May Emily Ilott and Ben Jones will be taking 17 members of staff up Mount Snowdon for Tiny Steps. Thanks guys, good luck and have a safe journey.
On Sunday 10th May, Mandy Glaze and Joanne Birdsall will also be making the tough climb up Mount Snowdon. Good luck girls – all at Tiny Steps are right behind you.
Unfortunately due to adverse weather conditions Mandy Glaze and Joanne Birdsall were unable to make the climb up Mount Snowdon but have re scheduled for the 14th of June. Fingers crossed with the weather girls.
MARBURY PARK AWARENESS DAY – CANCELLED. Apologies
TINY STEPS CHARITY PUB CRAWL
On Sunday 4th May, Stefan Yarwood has organised a charity pub crawl in aid of Tiny Steps. There will be a £5 fee to join where you will be given a official wristband and the opportunity to join in the fun and games. Anyone is welcome. Proceedings will begin in the Winnington Lodge at 3pm. Let the fun begin!
MANCHESTER 10K RUN
Scott Burstow will be running the Manchester 10k on Sunday the 18th of May for Tiny Steps. Good luck Scott.
On Sunday15th of June, Cath Priestley is doing the Buxton Triathlon for Tiny Steps. Cath has already done the Delamere Hell Run in 2013. Good luck Cath and thanks very much x
On Saturday 21st June, proud Mum of Connie will be doing the Leeds Warrior 10k along with Vicki Curbishley (aunty to Connie), Michelle Rayner, Kelly Peach and Natasha Bell. These brave ladies will be put through their paces on a 10K run which will include 30 punishing obstacles such as Hang Tough, the Worm Muncher, the Human BBQ, the Wall, Electric Shocker and many more! You really have to visit the website to understand their challenge. Good luck ladies. xx
CHARITY PUB CRAWL
Thank you so much to everyone who turned out for the Tiny Steps pub crawl. What a fantastic day (I think)! A special thank you to Stefan Yarwood who did an amazing job of setting up the day and organising everyone.
Stef should be extremely proud of himself as all his hard work and effort managed to raise £380.89. Well done mate! Same again next year everyone?
Well done to Scott Burstow who successfully completed the Manchester 10K today (18/5/14), for Tiny Steps. Scott also managed to spread the word about Tiny Steps to no other than Clint Boon from the Inspiral Carpets by giving him one of our wrist bands. Clint Boon kindly tweeted a picture of himself wearing it later on. Well done pal – great effort x
ARLEY HALL 10k
Good luck and thank you to Jamie Clifton (proud uncle), Ellie Clifton (proud aunty), Charlotte Yarwood and Stefan Yarwood who are all running the Arley Hall 10K.
A huge thank you to Cath Priestley for completing the Buxton Triathlon on Sunday 15th June in a time of 2 hours and 5 minutes. While most of us were nursing hangovers from last night’s football match Cath was swimming, cycling and running for Tiny Steps. Well done x
A massive well done and thank you to Mandy Glaze and Jo Birdsall who managed to complete their climb up Mount Snowdon. A huge effort that saw them reach the summit in just over 3 hours. Well done ladies – Tiny Steps is proud of you xx
GAZ COOPER’S 20-DAY CHALLENGE
A special thank you to one of our most dedicated of Tiny Steppers. In the month of June Gary decided to to improve on his last epic challenge and complete 314 miles within the month, but he actually completed it in 20 days, Gary did this by running and cycling with the majority done on foot. Once again, for every mile covered, Gary decided to put in £1 of his own money. Thank you so, so much. I’m sure you will all agree a fantastic effort and extremely generous.
A massive well done to our very own warriors – proud mum of Connie, Laura Clifton, proud aunts Vicki Curbishley, Michelle Rayner and Tash who completed their task of making it around the punishing course of mud and obstacles and in a very respectable time beating many of their male counterparts. It was an amazing day which saw Connie watch her Mummy and fellow warriors charge through the finish line.
Well done girls, Tiny Steps is proud. xx
THANK YOU TO A STRANGER
A massive thank you to Chris Hopwood who contacted us early on in the year saying he had seen our charity on a social networking site and told us he would like to arrange a charity fishing tournament and nominate Tiny Steps as the chosen charity. Chris and his friends did a fantastic job and managed to raise a whopping £570.
Thank you so so much Chris and to all involved, all of us at Tiny Steps are truly grateful.
A huge well done and thank you to four Tiny Steppers, proud uncle to Connie Jamie Clifton, proud aunty Ellie Clifton, also Stefan and Charlotte Yarwood who all completed the 10K in hot conditions. A great effort guys and girls, Tiny Steps is proud of you. xx
WORLD CUP BONUS
Thank you very much to keen Tiny Stepper Stefan Yarwood who did a World Cup sweep all in aid of Tiny Steps, managing to raise £48. Well done Stef, and cheers.
CONNIE’S ACID HOUSE PARTY (The day Connie met a superstar DJ)
3 months ago a close family friend Mr Steven Dobson approached us saying he wanted to arrange an Acid House party with all the proceeds going to Tiny Steps! ‘Fantastic,’ we said, and thought, ‘better get the dancing shoes polished up!’
In the following months the interest for this event seemed to be snowballing, Steven informed us that he had managed to land a massive name in Acid House music called DJ Pierre! Long story short, it turns out that that DJ Pierre is one of the pioneers of this genre of music and invented the sound on a Roland 303 synthesizer. DJ Pierre agreed to do his set for free when he heard about the charity – a grand and generous gesture in itself – we then found out that he was coming all the way from America! ‘Wow,’ we thought, and if that wasn’t enough he was leaving all his family and coming out on his birthday to do it, to show support for our little girl Connie and our charity Tiny Steps.
Steven Dobson worked tirelessly making sure that no stone was left unturned to guarantee the night was a success, and on 12th July the time had come for Connie’s Acid house party. DJ Pierre had requested to meet myself, Laura and more importantly Connie in the afternoon at Eastern Block records in Manchester. I’ll not lie we were both a little nervous about meeting such a big name in the industry. We arrived at Eastern Block records and our fears were heightened when we saw a huge crowd of people all eagerly awaiting the arrival of their musical hero to get an autograph or a picture.
Steven had tipped us off about what his favourite cake was and with it being his birthday we all thought it would be a nice gesture to get him a cake so we had a Roland 303 synthesizer cake made by our friend Michelle Rayner who did an amazing job.
We were told that DJ Pierre would be here around 6pm and as the time drew near you could sense the buzz and excitement around you. He arrived right on cue – here he was, the DJ superstar that had come all the way from America to support us. To say we were nervous was an understatement. As for Connie we think she just wanted her bedtime drink, not really appreciating just what this man has done for us (sorry DJ Pierre).
DJ Pierre walked straight over to us through a crowd of people and introduced himself. The first thing he did was speak to our little girl Connie and give her a teddy all the way from Atlanta. I’m not sure what I was expecting from such an important person in this area of music but what we got was a true gentleman who was genuinely interested in what we were trying to achieve. If we were nervous before we weren’t after meeting him. Connie seemed a little upset before his arrival but was more than happy to be carried round by DJ Pierre and at one point it looked like she was getting a lesson in how to use the turntables by the master!!!
Thank you so much Mr DJ Pierre. In your own words, Connie has definitely got someone in her corner for life. It was an amazing experience watching you do your set at Underworld and an absolute privilege meeting you in person.
The night itself was a roaring success and we can’t thank everyone involved enough.
There is one person apart from DJ Pierre that went above and beyond for Tiny Steps and that is Mr Steven Dobson who literally gave blood ,sweat and tears to make the night a success.
I titled this story ‘The day Connie met a superstar DJ’, and with hindsight being a wonderful thing I would like to amend it to ‘The day Connie met two Superstar DJs’.
NORTHWICH DANCE COMPANY
Tiny steps would like to thank Northwich Dance Company for raising £200 in their raffle. A special thankyou to Sam Thomas for nominating us as their chosen charity.
Thanks guys we really appreciate it.xx
On the 25th of July four men from Hartford golf club (Martin Major, Steve Nicholson, Gareth eaton, Ant Green) took on the ultimate Alpine trek scaling heights of upto 12000 ft with stunning views of the Matterhorn. They faced extreme challenges such as blizzards, landslides, avalanches and even had to do a 30 hour stop over in cliff face hut due to extreme weather conditions!
They put themselves through physical and mental punishment and it was only after speaking to them on their safe return I realised just how much danger they put themselves in and this all in the name of Tiny Steps.
Our Alpine Trekkers have proved themselves as hardcore Tiny Steppers and should be extremely proud of yourselves I know we certainly are. Thankyou so much gents an amazing achievement xxxx
MIA YARWOODS LITTLE MUNCHKINS TEA PARTY
On the 26th of July 6year old Mia Yarwood a close friend of our daughter Connie organised an amazing day to remember.
A few weeks ago Mia approached her Mum and Dad saying she wanted to do something for Connie and her charity Tiny Steps! She decided to organise and host the Tiny Steps tea party at Little Munchkins day nursery which was kindly offered to her by her Nana Lynne.
With a little help from her mum and dad she set about making cakes and tiny steps teddy bears that she could sell to raise money.
After all this hardwork by a 6year old girl on a mission the day of the Tea Party had finally arrived! All Mia’s hardwork had paid off she filled Little Munchkins day nursery with children and families all wanting to support her in her goal which was to raise money for Tiny steps and to help her friend Connie and in doing so managed to raise over £200.
Thankyou so so much Mia. You put on a fantastic fun day and we just want to let you know that Uncle Martin, Aunty Laura, Connie, Betsy and everyone at Tiny Steps are incredibly proud of our youngest Tiny Stepper!!!
on the 27th of August myself and Roger Rayner decided to embark on a two day challenge of running 86 miles from Davenham to Penmonmawr in North Wales along the coastal path. It was a 5am start from the cenotaph outside the odd fellows arms where we picked up the coastal path at Sealand industrial estate after 48 miles and a gruelling first day we arrived at our overnight stay in Prestatyn. One mixed grill and 5 pints later and it was off to bed before another 5am start. Day two was a lot more scenic and enjoyable on the eye especially the Great Orme in Llandudno (stunning views), but to say it was painful would be an understatement but it’s amazing how much determination you can muster from a child like Connie I also have to thank Roger who kept me going especiAlly on the second day.
After completing the dreaded Orme we made our way into Conwy where we found sanctuary in the Mulberry pub on the marina for a crisp celebration lager!!!
After 85 tough miles the end was literally in sight. We finally arrived on Penmonmawr beach where we were greeted by Laura ,Michelle, Betsy and of course the inspiration behind the run Connie and to see her stood there on the finish line made it all worth while xxxx
A big thankyou to Naomi Simmons for completing the Birchwood 10k for tiny steps. Well done Naomi great effort xxx.
CHARITY GOLF DAY
A huge thankyou to Paul underwood who kindly organised a charity golf day at Hawkstone park Golf club. Paul did a fantastic job and a great day was had by all managing to raise a substantial amount of money all in the aid of Tiny Steps.
Thanks Paul were so gratefull.
A big thankyou to Nicky Turnbull for completing the infamous Tough Mudda challenge a tough ask of anyone and we are proud to say Nicky did it all for tiny steps.
Well done Nicky we salute you xx
NORTHWICH BEER FESTIVAL
Tiny steps would like to say a big thankyou to our very own Roger and Michelle Rayner for giving up their own time to run a Tiny Steps stall and tombola at Winnington Rec for the Northwich beer festival. We would also like to thank Steve Wheat and the Rotary club for nominating us for one of their chosen charities. The night was a huge success and Roger and Michelle managed to raise £200.
Well done guys true tiny steppers!!!! Xx
A big, big thankyou to Anna Hurst, John Millington, Chris and Dave Chaplin and Liz Chapman for completing a monster challenge when they walked the Sandstone trail a total of 37 miles in a day!
Amazing job guys well done tiny steps is proud of you xx
A massive thankyou to Stephen Campbell for running the Chester Marathon with proud Dad of Connie on the 5th October, this was done off the back of a drunken conversation in the Oddfellows pub in Davenham 4 weeks before and neither of us had done a marathon before.
And a big well done to Steve who managed to break the 4 hour mark on his first attempt!! Good effort pal.
TINY STEPS GOES GLOBAL
We would like to say a huge thankyou to Steven Holman. Steven a close friend of ours works in the Middle East and is based in Abu Dhabi.
Steve contacted me in the summer asking me if I would like to come out to see him and take part in the first Dubai Iron Man in November? Sounds great I said but not sure if my bank balance will allow me to travel half way across the globe to do a Triathlon! Then he proceeded to tell me that he had set up six teams of three with someone in each team completing either a swim, cycle or run and that with the help and sponsorship of the company he works for Systech, he was aiming to raise as much money as possible for Tiny Steps and that it didn’t seem right doing such an event without myself there to take part! Oh and don’t worry about your bank balance he said. All you need is your trainers and a passport we will fly you over and put you up. And when he put it like that how could I possibly turn down such an opportunity.
On the 5th of November I flew out to Abu Dhabi where I was met by Steve at the airport. It was all a bit surreal but great to catch up with Steve over a few beers.
The next day we drove to Dubai for the Ironman where I found out I was being put up in what was definitely the swankiest hotel I’ve ever stayed in for the next two days. The night before the event we had to meet at the race location for a welcome meeting and this was when I only realised the size of the event and the hard work that had been put in by Steven.
The following morning it was an early start for race day (4am) and the nerves were kicking in. There I met 18 complete strangers all wearing tiny steps kits all willing to go the extra mile for our charity! Extremely humbling to say the least.
The swimmers went off at 6am all doing amazingly well, then it was the cyclists turn and by this time the temperature was already apparent. Steve who was one of the last cyclists out amazingly was one of the first back in and if I’m not mistaken completed the90 km in the fastest time (great effort son). Not known for his modesty Steve renamed himself the bullet after his speedy return. After 6 hours waiting in the sun I was eager to get going, I was the last runner out so had some ground to make up. When my team mate Tom came in I was full of bravado and energy as I confidently shouted to the tiny steps supporters “see you in half an hour”. I flew out the traps but it didn’t take too long before the 90 degree heat got rid of any confidence, energy and definitely bravado. Doing a half marathon in that heat is a test of anyone’s fitness and it definitely put mine to the test. With the finish line in sight I managed to muster up a sprint finish.
After the event the pride I felt regarding all these people taking part in such a huge event for tiny steps is indescribable and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them all.
Later on we finished the day off by celebrating our achievements in Dubai until the early hours.
During my trip I met some fantastic people, but I would like to personally thank Tom Allen and Simon Chandler whom I later found out that along with Steve had made it financially possible for me to take part, paying for my flight and accomadation in Dubai something I will never forget, I would also like to say a big thankyou to Steve’s partner Kathleen who was the perfect host and last but by no means least Steve, who did an amazing job of organising the event and getting everyone involved and no stone was left unturned.
Cheers Steve! The boy done good. Definitely a trip I will never forget.
COFFEE MORNING AT WYVERNE HOUSE
A big big thankyou to Serena Hardman for arranging another fantastic coffee morning at Wyverne house in Winsford raising an impressive £281 for Tiny steps.
Well done Serena , a sterling job xx
CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH
Tiny steps would like to say a huge thanks to Stephen Carter for organising a charity football match down at Chinkers football field in Northwich. The match took place on Sunday the 28th of December between the Green Dragon and the Witton chimes, we would also like to thank the staff at the Green dragon for giving all the players a free drink on arrival at the pub. It was 0 degrees and the pitch was frozen but that didn’t stop everyone turning out to brave the conditions all in the name of tiny steps, it was a fantastic day and the match was well supported.
We would also like to thank Ste Carter and Shaun Boyle for personally providing a chippy supper for everyone (extremely generous).
A fantastic amount was raised and this was matched by Barclays Bank again this was organised by mr Steven Carter.
Well done mate tiny steps is proud of you.!!!
AN ACT OF KINDNESS
On Sunday the 4th of January a Mr Sean Jones kindly donated his works leaving collection to tiny steps.
Thankyou so much Sean kindness from strangers is always a bit special! Xx
A big thankyou and well done to Emma Foster for running the Llandudno 10k which involved running up and down the Great Orme. Emma also achieved a great time, great effort Emma tiny steps says thanks xx.
YOUNG TINY STEPPER STEPS UP TO THE PLATE
A big big thankyou to one of our youngest and loyal tiny steppers Miss Hannah Cleaveley who once again did her annual Knutsford run raising money for tiny steps.
Another great effort Hannah we are all really proud of you xxx.
Also Hannah and her friend Charlotte did their very own cake sale outside their house donating all the proceeds to Tiny steps.
Thankyou so so much you two, with help like this we’ll be there in no time xx.
JONNOS HAIRDRESSERS KEEPS EM GUESSING?
A big thankyou to Paul Jonson who raised £72 by asking his customers to guess the amount of 5p’s collected in a brandy bottle charging a pound a time. A simple idea but effective and all of us at tiny steps are extremely grateful to Paul for thinking of us. Cheers pal.
TINY STEPS TAPS INTO THE MANCHESTER MUSIC SCENE!
On April the 18th Tiny steps hosted it’s first Madchester night celebrating An amazing back catalogue from all the city’s favourite bands such as the Stone Roses, Oasis, Inspiral Carpets, the Charlatans and many more, also a trip down memory lane with a set with all the Hacienda favourites. The music and night was organised by proud uncle of Connie Jamie Clifton, Scott Burstow and Jarrod Coleman. Can we also say a huge thankyou to Scott Burstow for organising the auction with some amazing prizes raising a fantastic ammount. We would also like to thank Phil o Driscoll for doing an amazing job as an auctioneer squeezing every penny out of the audience.
Thankyou to everyone who donated the fantastic prizes and also to Dom Brophy for helping with this.
A great effort lads and definitely a night to remember. Can’t wait for Madchester 2! Whatcha this space!!
CAKE SALE AT GADBROOK
Tiny steps would like to say a big thankyou to Alison Waldron for organising a cake sale at Gadbrook Barclays. Well done Alison Tiny steps is proud and very grateful. Also can we say thankyou to Barclays for match funding Alison’s efforts.
CONWY CYCLE RIDE
We would like to thank Lee Calvert for doing the Conwy cycle ride in aid of Tiny steps. Thanks Lee a great effort and we are truly gratefull.
GRANDMAS BRING AND BUY A HUGE SUCCESS
A huge thankyou to proud grandma of Connie Dinah Curbishley for organising a great day at the bring and buy sale raising £360. We would also like to thank Barbara and Brian for hosting the event. The weather was kind and a great day was had by all.
Well done Dinah we are proud of you xxxx