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CHARITY FOOTBALL DINNER 2019

This years annual Sportsmans Dinner will again be held at Walmley Social Club, Sutton Coldfield. On Friday, 25th. October 2019. The guest speaker is Steve ...

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The fastest man to pull a two-ton vehicle

Birmingham strongman Kevin Brown is a record-breaker after he became the fastest man to pull a two-ton vehicle over 100 metres. Athlete Kevin achieved a record ...

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Forthcoming Events

CHARITY FOOTBALL DINNER 2019

This years annual Sportsmans Dinner will again be held at Walmley Social Club, Sutton Coldfield. On Friday, 25th. October 2019. The guest speaker is Steve ...

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COURT LANE ALLOTMENTS

The next two events at Court Lane Allotments, which we intend to attend are: AUTUMN FAIR 22nd. September 2019 11:00 - 3:00 CHRISTMAS FAIR 8th. December 2019 We ...

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History of Donations
Phoenix Bereavement Group - Coffee morning - £200
Christmas Grotto organised by Margaret Brabazon, Alveena and Mike - £300
Inner Wheel Club of Sutton Coldfield - £2,500
Gracewell of Sutton Coldfield - £190
Grange Support Bereavement Group - £300
North Birmingham Bridge Club - £50
Jason who is the Manager of Pure Fashion in London has been a supporter of the League of Friends for a long time and he has donated some beautiful scarves which have been a huge success at our fundraising events.

LEGACY DONATION

Grace E Williams - £4505.40

GIVEN IN MEMORY DONATIONS

Mr & Mrs Lyons donated £50 in memory of their daughter 'Lynda'
The Smyth Family donated £1265 given in memory of their dear Mother 'Maureen' who had been / support + trustee of the League of Friends for over 30 years.
Sainsbury’s cheque presentation on Friday 14th September was a huge success the total amount was over £13,500 of which the League of Friends was very grateful. The fantastic news is that Sainsbury’s have made us Charity of the Year for another year so we will be looking forward to seeing all our old friends and making new ones.
Our darling Marmalade Queen – Doreen Loft has excelled herself again with her sales of Jams and Marmalade and has recently presented us with another large cheque for £500 from her sales.
Elizabeth MacMahon who has been a member of the League of Friends for many years recently celebrated her birthday and rather than have presents decided to have a collection to raise funds for us. Elizabeth has recently presented us with a cheque in the sum of over £500.
The week-end of 5th – 7th May will be the last week-end that we can do bucket collections at Sainsbury’s Castle Vale. To date we have raised over £10.000, we would like to thank all of Sainsbury’s staff who have made a contribution to this event but especially to Sheila Hyland who is Sainsbury’s Public Relations Liason who has undertaken to arrange the dates and times of the collections and also arranged a Quiz Night at Hollyfields Sports and Social Club.
The League of Friends who support John Taylor Hospice wishes to extend their grateful thanks to Sainsbury’s – Castle Vale for their exceptional support and kindness in making us their Charity of the Year. To date donations have exceeded £9,000.
Their kindness is much appreciated.
Jason from Pure Fashions in London has again been very generous and donated a box full of beautiful scarves which will be very useful at our coming events his kindness and continuing support is very much appreciated.
We have just received a cheque for £75 from Harvey Bains who has a shop in Tile Cross and has donated this from his 5p bag event.
A big thank you Pure Fashions a very generous company that has donated some beautiful scarves that have been sold at our events. We are very grateful to Jason Walsh for this donation.
Mrs Duffy, her daughter and friend Maureen Smyth came recently to make a donation of £655.00 in memory of her much loved Husband ‘Patrick’. It was lovely to meet them and to have a cup of tea and to catch up on old memories.
Court Lane Allotments was a warm and lovely day, we met lots of old friends and made many more. We raised more than £125, our friend Jason from Pure Fashions who donated some fantastic scarves proved to winner in all respects.
Plant Sale – What a day !! we welcomed our neighbours from Grange Road and many more from around – who were very generous in not only plants but bought some lovely sewing items from Crafty and Sew – we
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