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Elmbridge Jubilee Fund

Elmbridge Jubilee Fund
1st Weybridge Scouts is one of a number of excellent good causes which has applied for a share of the £120,000 Jubileee Fund.
The Jubilee Fund is available to Elmbridge's voluntary and community sector for community projects that will enhance the environment residents live in.
Here's a link to 1st Weybridge's appeal for you to vote for them.
 

 
ALL APPLICANTS & YOUR VOTE
A full list of Charities & Groups which have applied for Elmbridge Jubilee Fund is shown below.
Please take a moment to support the community groups you feel most deserving.
 
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Boy Scouts - Scouting Association
Please Support Scouts With HQ Renovation Project
Please support 1st Weybridge, your local and oldest scout group, which needs funds to pay towards the much needed renovation of the Headquarters in Springfield Lane and ensure the continuation of this great Scout Troop.
 
How We Support The Local Community
Offering Scouting activities in accordance with the Rules and Programmes of the Scout Association to young people in the Weybridge area. Further expansion to accommodate increasing numbers of potential members is severely limited by the lack of modern toilet and kitchen facilities, inadequate and ancient electrical installation, no disabled access or adequate storage for equipment.
 
What Is The HQ Renovation Project?
Fund raising is needed for renovations to the Scout HQ including replacing leaking asbestos roofing, new windows, exit doors, re-wiring, low energy lighting, disabled toilets, kitchen, internal redecoration, disabled (ramped) access to the building and essential grounds maintenance.
 
1st Weybridge Scouts HQ - weybridge Surrey - Jubilee Fund Grant appeal
 
1st Weybridge Scouts
1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout HQ
20 Springfield Lane (off Baker Street), Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8AW
Fundraising Coordinator: Debbie Conibere
Tel: 01932 599 560
Mob: 07931 945 282

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Elmbridge Borough Council Jubilee Fund
 
A full list of Charities & Groups which have applied for Elmbridge Jubilee Fund
     
Charity / Group Details Of Fund Application Amount Requested
1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout Group The scout group are currently embarking on significant renovations to its head quarters. The aim is to fully equip and refurbish the premises making it fit for purpose in the long term. Better facilities will support the expansion of the group in the future. Another aim is to broaden the use of the hall to the local community. Other groups have expressed an interest in using the accommodation. £10,000 to part cover the costs of the full project estimated at £50,000.
Beauchamp Road Jubilee Street Party To organise a one day community street party to mark Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee. The aim is to make lasting friends and memories and to engender continued community spirit. There will be no charge with bring your own table and food. Disabled neighbours will be supported to attend. The application requests funding to cover the cost of a photographer for the day to make a commemorative dvd to give to each participating household. £1,500
Carer Support Elmbridge This organisation supports carers (10% of the Elmbridge population). The overall aim of the funding request is to instigate an all-encompassing and improved support strategy. There are 5 main areas of work to the strategy 1) To carry out a survey for carers to identify how best they can be supported and produce information leaflets 2) to enable carers in self-advocacy and encourage self-help 3) to promote an understanding of carers needs through information, training and discussion to staff and volunteers 4) to raise awareness of carers needs and to facilitate the participation of carers in local strategic planning 5) to research good practice and provide training to both staff and volunteers.The overall aim of this organisation is to enable carers to continue in their caring role whilst improving their quality of life and preventing carers' health from deteriorating. £5,010
Claygate Community war Memorial Garden Project The project's aim is to remove old and damaged concrete paving slabs around the First World War Memorial and replace with good quality natural stone to match the coping of the new stone wall. Also to mark the Diamond Jubilee, the project wishes to purchase a stone plaque. £5,740 including VAT
1st Claygate Scout Group To construct a Camp Fire Circle on the land owned by the 1st Claygate Scout Group. Seating would be fixed and permanent, taking 100 -120 young people. A camp fire circle already exists but this bid would improve the existing seating area. On going maintenance would be minimal. £1,851
Cobham Chamber of Commerce - Diamond Jubilee Committee To hold Jubilee celebrations at Cobham at the QE11 Playing Field. Costs will cover hiring a 4 x 3 metre screen to show the Royal celebrations during the day, mobile toilets, marquee etc. There will be no cost to the public on the day.Also part of the bid is for cross street wires/cables/replacement display lighting for the Millennium Clock. £5,000 for screen
£2,000 for mobile toilets, marquee etc
£3,000 for wires/cables/replacement display lighting of the Millennium Clock
The Counselling Partnership This organisation provides counselling for people who are on low income. The application is partly to bid for funding to enable the organisation to forge closer links with other local charities that provide different but complimentary support services to Elmbridge residents who experience a crisis in their life. Staff and volunteers will work in partnership to share their expertise. This has already been partly achieved working with Carers Support Elmbridge (supporting stressed carers).To use funding to establish a centre of excellence for counsellors (all are volunteers and aiming for accreditation). The funding would contribute towards the current costs of supervision and training existing volunteers, and will help the charity to achieve this long-standing ambition. The centre will need initial funding but it is intended that this will be taken over by the volunteers once established. The centre will enable the volunteers to network and discuss different professional approaches with each other, prepare and organise discussions on technical papers as well as contribute to training days. £9,863
Dolphin Music Therapy This is a community project that provides subsidised Music Therapy sessions to children who have communication and social interaction difficulties. It is funded by donations from community businesses and institutions. The funding request is to cover the therapist's time and allow reduced session costs. Reports are also provided free of charge to other professionals. £1,500
The Eikon Charity This organisation supports vulnerable children and young people through challenging times.The funding would be used to employ a part-time volunteer recruitment manager during 2012/2013 to increase the volunteer base of the organisation. These volunteers will support the implementation of the new youth work programme in Elmbridge which will commence on April 2012. The youth programme includes independently funded projects and contract work in conjunction with Surrey County Council. Apart from running courses, an identified project at Rydens Enterprise School in Hersham will commence in September 2012 providing a one to one mentoring project to support the most vulnerable children in the school.Using volunteers will ensure sustainability for the above projects in the future. £10,000 this will pay for the volunteer recruitment manager 2 days a week
Elmbridge Community Link This organisation supports people with a learning disability to live a full life with enhanced opportunities, have a valued place in the community and make informed decisions through advocacy.The funding request is to convert land surrounding the church (where the organisation is based) to a garden area with seating and waist high planting troughs to enable less able clients to grow their own fruit and vegetables. This proposed project has the full support of the Church. Members would be encouraged to keep the area tidy. The project would be secure and include disabled access, which will allow less able clients to still enjoy the garden. Eight other groups that use the church will also have access to the garden. £9,930
Elmbridge Mencap This organisation supports people with learning disabilities and their families, dependents and carers.The funding request is to refurbish the Sensory Room which provides a soothing environment to calm anxious people with visual and aural stimulation for those with limited movement. The room was first opened 12 years ago and has been well used by those with a learning disability and physical disability. Elmbridge Mencap want to refurbish this room so that this organisation can continue to provide this popular facility. The room is also used by other networks and charities as well as Elmbridge Mencap. £6,830.28 for all the works
Elmbridge Rentstart This organisation supports homeless single people and childless couples who are on a low income to secure access to the private rented sector by issuing a deposit guarantee instead of a cash deposit, and provides a specialised advisory service.The funding request is to run a pilot project to increase the number of landlords Rentstart works with, utilising any under used or empty properties. If the properties are in need of decoration, Rentstart is aiming to work in partnership with an organisation that supports ex-offenders with training and decorating. Rentstart's homeless clients will use these properties and the landlords will be charged for Rentstart's services. This project will also support families. £10,000
Esher and District Citizens Advice Bureau This organisation wishes to replace chairs, filing cabinets and carpet. All these items were donated (second hand) some over 15 years ago, and are now in need of replacement. The carpet is extremely worn and dirty and previous attempts at cleaning have had little effect. Some of the lockable filing cabinets now have failing locks and drawer mechanisms. Potentially, some of the furniture being used does not meet health and safety standards. £10,000
Ethical Letting CIC This is a new social enterprise (not for profit) and acts as a letting agency and procures properties solely for households on a low income and in receipt of Housing Benefit. Since April 2012 this organisation has supported and housed 3 homeless clients in the private rented sector.The funding request is to enable this organisation to market itself so that it can procure properties from private landlords to meet the housing need in Elmbridge. The aim is to procure 3 properties per month over the next 12 months. 9,200 - includes promotional material, web site development, advertising in the local press, launch event, a property involvement fund, staff costs.
Family Line This organisation supports all members of the family with a Freephone listening service supporting those to cope with family life.The funding request is to fund a) Elmbridge specific promotional (about the service) leaflets. Approximately 50,000 would be produced. The leaflets will come with a tear off keep card to fit in a pocket/wallet. This could be dual branded with the Council's logo. The aim is to distribute the leaflet through the Elmbridge Guardian and the Newsquest distribution Team.b) Production and distribution of posters throughout the borough. c) Four presentations to community groups targeting the most deprived areas (Walton North and Molesey South) which will explain how the FamilyLine service can be used to support the community. £3,358
cost per leaflet £0.07
Friends of Molesey Library The funding would a) pay for a local graphic artist/s to produce advertising and promotional materials and a permanent logo to raise awareness b) provide facilities so that diverse user groups will regard the library as a vital hub of the community and where help, support and friendships maybe found c) fund a piece of art work to enhance the identity of the library and Molesey d) improve existing facilities especially external e.g. shelter in the internal garden area, some outdoor seating and tablesThe overall aim is to increase library users. Statistics show the Molesey library is under used. £10,000
Hersham Youth Trust This organisation supports young people and adults locally.The funding would build a conservatory to enable multi use and accessible opportunities with increased all year usage. This would increase the total area of use by one third. It is anticipated this area would be used every night and at weekends. The young people will be involved in designing and building the conservatory. The project would be supported by old and existing youth club members, trustees, volunteers and 2 local building companies. Planning permission and consents to build have already been obtained. £9,986 required
£1,934 has already been raised by the Youth Trust towards this project
Hinchley Wood Scout and Guide Headquarters The funding request is to replace the remaining single glazed windows with double glazed units. This will provide increased insulation and reduce heating bills and the carbon footprint.Also there is a request to replace old plastic chairs with 100 new folding ones. £10,000 - the total of the funding request is greater than the £10,000 available.
Home-start Elmbridge This organisation aims to prevent family crisis and/or breakdown by safeguarding, protecting and preserving the good health, both mental and physical, of children and their parents.The funding requested would be used to recruit an additional part time (20 hours per week) organiser for 12 months. This post would reduce the current waiting list of 32 families and recruit more volunteers. This would enable the organisation to action referrals quicker than it can currently. £10,000 - the actual cost of the project is greater than £10,000
Island Barn Sailing Club* This club is "not for profit" run by members for the members, their guests and anyone who wishes to sail.The request for the funding is to improve the facilities in the clubhouse, namely the changing rooms (male and female) redecorate the main clubhouse, hall area and café and bar area. £10,000 - the total costs of these works is greater than £10,000
Littleheath Residents Association The aim of this organisation is to improve security, road safety, develop leisure activities for the young and a greater sense of community spirit amongst residents.To fund a community event in July to coincide with the Olympic cycling events. Costs will cover venue hire, licences and insurances. The event would have games, competitions, stalls and entertainment. £1,021
Love of Learning This organisation delivers interactive and non-judgemental workshops in a creative safe environment, which supports a variety of themes through education, art and sport. It involves parents and/or children to inspire a "Love of Learning" throughout the family.The funding request is to run the "Looking Good, Feeling Good and Into Work" project. The aim is to offer a unique opportunity for unemployed women over the age of 18 to gain access to training and education boosting confidence and self esteem in order to seek and find employment. A series of workshops will be facilitated by the project worker/life coach and will include a make over/complementary therapist artist. The aim is to inspire women in a relaxed and informal environment, to look good and feel good, supporting them on a journey to boost their confidence and self esteem. Also attending the workshops will be speakers from Voluntary Action Elmbridge, Job Centre Plus, Nextstep and HELP, Brooklands and Hillcroft college, and 2 individuals. Love of Learning will work with many schools, voluntary organisations. £9,510.00
Lower Green Community Association

The Association wants to continue to fund the two Community Facilitators who were part of the Neighbourhood Challenge project in Lower Green. The project used an asset based approach which focuses on the untapped skills and resources in a community rather than on its needs and deficiencies. The Facilitators showed how, by identifying people's skills and talents and existing networks, you can start to build a strong, sustainable community 'from the bottom up' and 'from the inside out'.

The aim is to build on the success of the project to reach and engage more people in this community-led action. They will do this by holding conversations with people at a grass roots level to listen to their stories and concerns and to hear their ideas for effecting change in their communities. This approach, which is the basis of the government backed Community Organiser programme, builds trust, respect and relationships that can be used strategically to support renewal and transformation within and by the community. The approach will also build up a network of volunteers, customers and supporters to build capacity, sustain the work and take it forward.

£10,000 - this costs is for staffing hours
Lower Mole Countryside Management This organisation works with volunteers to improve public access to the countryside for informal recreation, conserve landscape features, increase public knowledge and understanding of the countryside and encourage greater community involvement in the countryside.The project needs to purchase an additional Land Rover. Buying rather than leasing the vehicle will be more cost effective. The existing Land Rover is over 13 years old and the additional vehicle will provide back up if this vehicle fails and increase the amount of work that can be undertaken. 7,280 - this amount equate to 26% of the total cost of the vehicle. The project equated this to the same % of volunteers hours provided to Elmbridge last year.
MDHS Household Services This organisation supports older people across the borough providing services such as cleaning, bathing, gardening, shopping and relief care enabling older people to live independently at home.The funding request is to a) purchase new computers and b) a marketing project that will help launch the organisation's new image. The marketing project will be targeted to minority groups, carers and relatives and older and disabled people living at home. Part of the marketing will also include presentations to potential clients, carers, and professionals including the voluntary sector. £8,500
Mediation North Surrey This organisation trains and provides highly skilled mediators to those residents who are seek to solve their problems of dispute, misdemeanour, and neighbourhood conflicts within the local area. This service is free.Funding is sought to run a pilot project that MNS believes will significantly improve the mediation services it offers. This project includes a 12-month trial to establish a Community Mediation Centre in Elmbridge (if this is successful this will be rolled out to 2 other boroughs) and a re-structured process to improve mediation services to parties. This project will reduce timescales, increase the proportion of cases reaching a positive outcome, improve efficiency of the use of Mediator's time and simplify the administration and logistics involved in managing cases. 10,000 -
£10,340 is the actual cost of the project
Molesey Local History Society (MLHS) This organisation aims to awaken and foster an informed interest in the history of Molesey, to provide a forum for history exchange, to encourage research, arrange lectures and collaborate with organisations that have a similar interest.The funding request is for the "Time Capsule" Photo Project. There are 2 strands to this project that require funding - a) a "Then and Now" photographic project: the funding requests the cost of the photography, publication of a "Then and Now" book and a public exhibition and b) to purchase a Time Capsule. £3,750.49
3rd Molesey (Matravers) Scout Group The funding request is to cover the cost of creating a wildlife area behind the scout hut. This area has been over shadowed by a large oak tree and therefore been little used. Involving the young people, adult leaders and parents, wildlife will be encouraged into the garden using various methods including a raised pond. The area will also be used for practicing outdoor skills such as camping and cooking in a safe environment. Guides, Brownies, other scout groups, schools and playgroups will be invited to use this facility and the aim is to make it accessible to all whatever their needs. £4,000
Oasis This organisation supports families who suffer from physical and psychological abuse drug and alcohol addiction, truancy, low levels of self-esteem and personal worth and criminality. There is a drop in centre where advice and information is provided. Courses are run and one to one counselling and general support is provided aiming to improve the day-to-day lives of these families.The funding request is to cover the cost of the "Friends" course. The course was created to assist children and youths to learn important skills and techniques to cope with and manage anxiety. Anxiety is the most common risk factor for depression in adolescents and early adulthood. Early intervention can prevent anxiety and depression by increasing emotional resilience and promote positive coping skills before serious emotional difficulties occur. Costs will be incurred by training the volunteers and staff to deliver the training, administration, travel and materials. £2,179.61
1st Oxshott Scout Group The Scout group has existed for 100 years and the request is to provide funding to a) erect a low rope course (permanent) b) benches for the play area (permanent) c) bury a time capsule d) family camp in May, e) a St. Georges parade, f) an opening ceremony in March and g) a keepsake photo book for all the children £6,000 total 2/3 projects were held before the 28th May, the cost of these were £1,223.42
Oxshott Village Sports Club The funding will go towards the cost (£6,000 already raised) for a multi-sports pavilion for the club. This will provide extra room capacity for occasions when the main clubroom and bowls pavilion are being used. This facility will provide a safe environment for children, a small meeting room, office and video coaching, toilet facilities and a tea bar area. The building also has a covered veranda, which it is anticipated will be used for a gathering point for presentations and protection from the elements. £9,500
Painshill Park Trust This organisation wants to expand the facilities that it offers deaf and the hard of hearing. It is proposed to install a wall mounted Induction Loop and Amplifier in the Abercorn Room and Classroom in the Education Centre. This will enable those without a hearing aid, but are hard of hearing, to benefit too. The Induction Loop will enable users to move around freely and sit anywhere in the room, without feeling they are missing out. The request is also for a Desk-Top Portable Induction Loop System in the Visitor's Centre, complete with appropriate signage and staff training. £3,863.21
(The) Parochial Church Council - All Saints Weston The church wants to take the lead on a food bank project and employ a part time co-ordinator to take responsibility to establish a food bank and set it up so that it is self-sustaining. The church is confident, from the level of interest already shown, that once set up, volunteers can run the food bank. The church has had discussions with other churches, Lower Green Association, Esher CAB and visited the food bank set up by Walton Charity. £9,890 - the bulk of this funding is to cover staff hours
Princess Alice Hospice Following an eighteen month trial period, Princess Alice Hospice is ready to launch the 8 to 8 Night Nurse Service. This is for terminally ill patients, offering care at their preferred place of care (usually at home), and providing complex system control, which would otherwise require admission to the Hospice or an Acute Trust. This service is free to patients. This service will allow staff nurses and senior healthcare assistants to be with the patient and the family all through the night and is tailor-made to each patient. £10,000 - this will provide up to 50 night visits based on current staffing costs. Patients usually have more than one night of care and it is envisaged up to 25 Elmbridge residents would be covered by this amount
Relate West Surrey The request is to fund a web cam counselling service for couples and young people who are unable to access counselling in person, due to family commitments, work commitments or for lack of transport. This should provider greater access to Relate's counselling service within the community. This follows a pilot where the take up has been excellent. If successful with the funding application the project will be assessed by counsellors, supervisors and clients following a 12 month period, as to whether this provides the normal outcomes expected from face to face counselling and that it has extended the user group. £10,000
- lap tops £7,000
- set up £1,000
- training for counsellors £2,000
Riverhouse Arts Centre This organisation works with many pupils and holds many events during the year. Funding is sought for the Values Garden Project. This was the idea that came from a pupil conference and it is their annual project. The project aims to refurbish the tired sensory garden by adding 3 sculptures. This land is leased from Elmbridge Borough Council to the Walton on Thames Community Arts Trust (a registered charity). The centre is managed by Riverhouse Barn Ltd. Many schools attend the site including 1 school that supports mentally and physically handicapped children. The aim is to inject energy and creativity into the area. £4,160
(£3,300 has already been promised in funding)
St.Barnabas Duke of Edinburgh Award Group This groups supports young people to achieve the bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards. The ultimate objective of obtaining these awards is to produce well-rounded and committed members of the community. The funding is sought for young people to achieve the Gold Award, which includes expeditions. This group has to undertake a total of 4 expeditions costing a total of £4,000. £3,000 (1 expedition has already been paid for but the group need to cover 3 more at a cost of £1,000 each)
St. Paul's Church, East Molesey St Paul's Church is requesting funding towards the cost of refurbishing the pipe organ. The organ was installed in 1872 and was first refurbished in 1960. Having a quality pipe organ enables the church to attract eminent musicians and choirs, which, in turn, enables St Paul's to be a focal point of the east Molesey community. By holding charitable and community based musical events it is able to inspire and enhance the lives of the residents. £10,000 (the first phase of this restoration will cost £30,000).
St. Peters Church Hersham The aim of the funding is to improve the meeting and social facilities for the church hall. Specifically the church is requesting funding towards a new a) alter table, b) credence table, c) alter backdrop d) additional lighting and decoration. If funding is successfully received for this project, the church will be able to allocate more funds into its work in youth and other areas. £3,000 - from a total cost of £6,000
Sunbury and Walton Sea Cadets The funding request is to upgrade toilet and shower facilities to modern standards. These facilities were originally installed between 1985 and 2000 and the fittings are now out dated and of a poor quality. The works outlined in the application would completely strip out and professionally refit both male and female toilets and showers, which will provide an up to date facility capable of being easily cleaned with more efficient water use and increased capacity. 10,000 - total cost of project is £14,100
Surrey Life Learning Partnership This organisation seeks to improve learning opportunities, learner engagement and progression in Surrey and beyond, particularly for those who have missed out on learning in the past. Those receiving support are aged between 19 and 65 years old.Financial assistance is requested to set up a job club for unemployed residents in Elmbridge. Job clubs are currently running in 4 other boroughs and have been successful in getting people back into work, training or volunteering. The job club will provide skills and networking but also builds confidence through one to one support. It is hoped the job club will be located close to the Weybridge Job Centre and open for 2.5 hours, 2 hours will be group activity and the final half hour is for one to one help, networking and job search on line. The club will operate every fortnight. £9,902 - this includes lap tops, venue hire, mileage, promotional material and staff costs.
SurreySave Credit Union Ltd This organisation offers loans at competitive rates and retains and distributes their profits within the local communities. The request is to support the funding of the merger of SurreySave and Elmbridge Credit Union by building on and improving the face-to-face service currently provided by Elmbridge Credit Union. The aim is to enhance the service provided in the borough. £9,685 - includes lap top, terminal server, licence, potable hand held merchant machine, marketing brochures, table top banners and staff time to train volunteers
9th Walton - on - Thames Brownies To run residential events. These events enable the girls to share the responsibility of cooking, looking after the Brownie home, undertake different craft and leisure activities, allow the girls to get to know other Brownies and leaders better. The aim is to keep the cost of the residential events to a minimum so all girls are able to participate. £3,257.49 - the cost is made up of equipment used on the residential events.
Walton - on - Thames Cricket Club To refurbish double bay practice nets due to their state of disrepair and the high demand. These were last refurbished 25 years ago so have sustained considerable wear and tear to the extent that they are only suitable for soft ball or use by the very junior age groups. £10,000 - total cost of the project is £24,000 + VAT approx
Walton Stroke Group To fund exercise and physiotherapy equipment for stroke suffers who suffer from both physical and mental health problems. Research has shown that continuing exercise and physical therapy during this period can enhance functional gains as well as improving morale, motivation and inclusion. The equipment would be based at the Walton Centre for the Community. £6,000
Walton, Weybridge and Hersham Citizens Advice Bureau/North Surrey Domestic Abuse Outreach a) To support, recruit and train additional volunteers b) to provide an additional 3 hours per week for the Older People's Advisory Service (supporting Older People re benefit uptake) c) to support and recruit volunteers/ service users to work with the domestic abuse service to develop self support groups for those affected by domestic abuse, and to work with the existing link worker in helping clients access courses that empower them to take an active role in their community and live free from abuse d) to deliver a 12 week Freedom Programme to victims of domestic abuse to help them understand what domestic abuse is and the impact on children - attendees also receive individual support e) to support the move to the Community Hub (the old Walton Library) e.g. production of new publicity materials. £10,000
Walton Woodcraft Folk To purchase 8 Hennesey Hammock/Bashas. These purchases will allow the organisation to expand it's work with young people through participation in the weekly group meeting and camping activities. The equipment will enhance their member's experience, and will include in-group educational work leading up to the camps. This funding request is part of a development programme. £1,080
 
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1st Weybridge Scouts

What's Special About 1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout Group?
Formed in 1907 we are the oldest Scout Troop in Surrey, if not the UK! We have a well loved HQ in the heart of Weybridge Town and the troop is made up of a great bunch of supporting parents and Beavers & Cub Scouts with fantastic leaders and assistants.
The children learn so much from their weekly sessions and we want to repair our building so we will be here for another 100yrs so we can in time fundraise for Weybridge Community.

Location of 1st Weybridge Scouts
1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout HQ, 20 Springfield Lane (off Baker Street), Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8AW
Contact:
Debbie Conibere,
Fundraising Coordinator
Tel: 01932 599 560
Mob: 07931 945 282

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Book & Cake Fundraising Sale
You are Invited by the Families and Children of 1st Weybridge Scout Group to our Book & Cake Fundraising Sale including sale of DVDs, CDs, Toys, Free Colouring Competition and Lego Table for the children. Free Entry.
When:
 Saturday 26 March 2011 from 10am - 4pm
Where:
1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout HQ, 20 Springfield Lane (off Baker Street), Weybridge, Surrey KT13 8AW
Why?:
 We are so lucky to have our own beloved HQ but it is really in need of a lot of work and attention. Roof repairs, new windows, kitchen, toilets, ramp, re-wiring and more.
 

1st Weybridge Scouts Surrey 1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scouts the oldest scouting group in Surrey
 
Charity No: 305807
How You Can Help:
  • Do come and visit us on the 26 March
    - you could find a great book, DVD, CD or simply enjoy our many homemade cakes
  • Spread the Word
    - we'd love you to tell other local people or maybe tell them about our event on Facebook or Twitter
  • Put up a Book & Cake Poster
    - if you have the facility to put up a poster please let Debbie know
  • Donate Books, DVDs, CDs or good quality Toys for the Sale
  • Sponsorship / Help with Repairs
    - if you are a business and can help with our repairs/sponsorship please contact Debbie
Weybridge Scouts Book & cake sale
 
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