The Port are still open for their Monday for Years 5/6 at the Littleport Ex-Servicemen’s Club at 4.15pm to 5.30pm and Year 6+ is from 5.30pm to 7pm @ only £1.50.
Sheraley Marks said it was one of her most exciting experiences in her life when she skydived in June raising £215 for The Port.
While later in the month, The Port who are always heavily involved in supporting local community activities were part of Littleport’s successful Leisure Centre’s Fun Day by running their own stall.
In July some of The Port were part of the popular yearly Littleport 10k event with some of the older youths marshalling while others were giving out welcoming goodie bags to the runners after the race.
Every Tuesday between 11 am to 12 noon The Port helped out at The Grange Care Home where they interacted with the residents who really enjoy meeting and sharing fun activities with the youngsters.
The newly run Station Café ran a free competition on Monday 29th July for The Port where they got 10% of meals and won fabulous prizes where everyone was a winner.
The Port were also part of Branching Out’s Fun Day on August 2nd where the theme was “Pirates and Princesses” and they enjoyed being one of the many stall holders there.
Then they made a trip to Clare’s Kitchen at Sharman’s Garden Centre where they were invited to take part in an Eco Bag Design event paying £3 to dream up a cool individualist design.
On Saturday 17th The Port made it a day to remember by joining in The Grange’s yearly Summer Fayre.
And finally their UV show scheduled for October has become so popular that tickets have already been sold out.
Already The Port have booked their New Year’s Eve Family Party which will be held at The Village Hall on New Year’s Eve.