Branching Out in Littleport!

Branching Out in Littleport!

“Branching Out is a local charity based in Littleport opposite Millfield School on Grange Lane. We support people with learning disabilities to lead active and fulfilling lives during the day time, and part of the way we do this is by doing what we can to help the local community,” writes Susan Wiggans General Manager of Branching Out. “Did you know we have an apprenticeship scheme? We have recently taken on a new apprentice called…

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363MCC Bikers Support the Community!

363MCC Bikers Support the Community!

After the very successful Crowning Around annual fundraising event, held every year in May at the Crown Inn in Littleport, money was distributed to deserving causes. First to receive a cheque for £2,000 was the East Anglian Air Ambulance service; then ThePort, the extremely popular youth initiative received £500, and £500 was given to Littleport Youth Bikes.

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Littleport Rotary Club — Update

Littleport Rotary Club — Update

July — we start a NEW ROTARY YEAR — and a new president takes over. David Ambrose smith is President for 2017-2018 During the weekend of May 19 – 21 — we organised a sponsored walk along the historical 46 mile Peddars Way. 15 Rotarians participated in the walk we raised— £1000 for Charity. Early summer — We organised a golf tournament at Sheringham golf course.— raising £2000 for Charity Once again Littleport Rotary had…

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Home-Start Cambridgeshire

Home-Start Cambridgeshire

Home-Start is one of the UK’s leading family support charity, a voluntary organisation offering support to families who have at least one child under five when family life becomes difficult. All round the country local schemes recruit and train volunteers to support local families with young children at home. We operate in Cambridge City, East and West Cambridgeshire, South Cambridgeshire, North & South Fenland – offering consistent and seamless support to families across the County….

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Wrestling for charity

Wrestling for charity

Little Miracles is an award winning Cambridgeshire and Suffolk based charity and parent led support group for families with children that have autism, additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions. We are based in Ely and put on weekly sessions every Saturday for our members. We offer different themed sessions with a sports hall, sensory room, cinema room, arts and crafts room, general toys/ play room and a quiet room to mention a few. Themes…

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Charity Fun at Hale Fen

Charity Fun at Hale Fen

Camelot Creature Comforts the pet shop on Hale Fen held its yearly Charity Fun Dog Show at the beginning of September. There they all were! The scruffiest, the cutest, the cuddliest pooches, all vying for many prizes in the ten different categories on offer. They ranged from; the Best Puppy (Under 12 months), the Best Pedigree, Best Crossbreed, Veteran (Over 7 years) to the Prettiest Bitch and Most Handsome Dog, Young Handler, Scruffest, Dog The…

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363MCC Gets the Money!

363MCC Gets the Money!

The 363 MCC are as well known for their charity fund raising as for their immaculate bikes and leathers. Back in May the club held their annual commemorative fund-raising for charity event called Crowning Around at the Crown Inn on Littleport’s Main Street. The bikers assembled again at the Crown on an auspicious weekend in the following month to present cheques for the cash raised. President Mark Robinson gave £3,000 to East Anglian Air Ambulance…

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Stuart Seekings Remembered

Stuart Seekings Remembered

The Stuart Seekings Memorial Cup competition held over three days was won by Ely City who defeated Littleport Town FC 3-1 in the final at Littleport Leisure Centre on Thursday 20th August. Both Littleport and Ely defeated Isleham and Little Downham 7-1 respectively to reach the final. There were some glimpses of good football being played when Ely City fielding a mixtures of Under 18’s, 1st and reserve team players dressed in an very old…

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Can you challenge yourself for Charity?

Can you challenge yourself for Charity?

East Anglia Children’s Hospices ask: Can you challenge yourself for Charity?   Would you like to see Cambridge from a unique perspective? Do you know anyone brave enough to scale the 80 foot drop off the historic Cambridge Guildhall? Registration is open to be part of the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) Cambridge Abseil on Sunday 18th October. Sign up, take part and help raise valuable funds for EACH, who care for children and young people…

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