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Club Together Norfolk fundraising event September 2017

The Club Together Norfolk cycle riders are getting ready for a very special event!

Starting on Friday 8th September 2017, the 80+ team of riders are on a quest to visit every rugby club in Norfolk over three days. Ahead of them lies over 320 miles of open roads (during which they may realise that Norfolk is not as quite as flat as its reputation suggests!)

Over the three days, the club will be riding approximately 100 miles each day to raise an amazing amount of money.

The rugby-themed cycling event intends to achieve three objectives:

  • Raise a life-changing amount of money for community based charities

  • Create friendships and foster camaraderie across the rugby community

  • Promote healthy lifestyles and have fun!

The main charity the team will be fundraising for will be Wooden Spoon, which is the children’s charity of rugby. Their mission statement is “to positively transform the lives of children and young people with a disability or facing disadvantage across the UK and Ireland through the power of rugby.”

Find out more about Wooden Spoon at https://woodenspoon.org.uk/

Meet the Club Together Norfolk team and donate to their fantastic cause at http://www.clubtogethernorfolk.co.uk/

Your invitation to ‘Strictly Come Gardening’

On behalf of Melinda Raker, MN Landscapes would like to invite you to ‘Strictly Come Gardening’ on 16 October 2017 at the Assembly House Norwich in aid of the Priscilla Bacon Hospice.  It promises to be an informative and amusing afternoon with speakers Sir Nicholas Bacon, President of the RHS; James Alexander Sinclair, RHS Chelsea Judge, garden designer and writer and Thomas Hoblyn, Suffolk Garden designer and medal winner at Chelsea and Hampton Court.  It would be lovely to see you at this event and we would be very grateful if you could pass this message on to your gardening friends!

Tickets are £25 which includes tea.

Payment can be made by cheque to The Coach House and sent to Melinda Raker, Croxton Park, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 1LS.

Bank transfers can also be made to:

Account: The Coach House

Sort code: 60-21-55

Account Number 61162930

Reference – give your name

(Please send an email to mer@croxtonpark.co.uk confirming your payment).

Your booking will be confirmed via email and your support is greatly appreciated!

Online Charity Auction Goes Live!

The Emerald Frog Marketing ‘5 star charity’ online auction is now live until 9th October 2015.

There are some wonderful prizes available – browse the website at http://www.jumblebee.co.uk/5starcharity and start bidding to help raise money for some fantastic charities across the East of England.

For more information about the fundraising event, visit http://www.emeraldfrog.co.uk/5-star-charity-auction/ 

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Supporting Anxiety UK

AUK picWe’re proud supporters of Anxiety UK and like to ‘do our bit’ by helping out their Communications team however and whenever we can! For the last few years, we’ve been providing a proofreading service to assist with the publication of their quarterly magazine, Anxious Times.  We’re pleased to add that we’re now also offering support with their social media profiles on Twitter and Facebook!

Although a charity relying on generous donations, Anxiety UK provides an unrivalled support service to those suffering from anxiety and related disorders such as panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder and a range of phobias. Their website and telephone service provide a lifeline for those who are deeply affected by debilitating feelings such as intense fear and distress:

“Anxiety UK receives more than 15,000 calls to the helpline and requests for support via email each year and more than 30,000 new visitors to their website a month. Since 1970, the charity has provided essential support to more than 1 million people throughout the UK.”

AUK volunteers are mostly healthcare professionals or those with direct experience of an anxiety disorder, which enables them to offer a uniquely personal advice service for anyone who is experiencing anxious thoughts and feelings or if they’ve just been diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder by their GP.

The AUK team works tirelessly to provide a wellbeing support service for thousands of people across the UK and we wanted to show our support too. Lots of people choose to run a marathon or jump from a plane to raise money for their charity but to be honest, we’re just not that brave! (and hats off to those who are!) Instead, we’ve chosen to offer whatever skills we can to an organisation which has the best interests of its members at its heart; strives continuously to raise awareness of anxiety and reminds us that we can all do a little something extra to support each other through difficult periods.

For more information visit: http://www.anxietyuk.org.uk/

Follow on Twitter @AnxietyUK

Like on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Anxiety-UK-official/159459797431438

This new League Football Match Reporter seems familiar…..

Ah, Northern League football. We don’t hear much about it down here in East Anglia but I have a feeling that’s about to change….

Ever heard of Blyth Spartans AFC? Ok, here’s a quick overview……

Blyth Spartans AFC are a semi-professional football club who play in the Conference North, and are based in the town of Blyth, Northumberland, England. They are often the most Northerly team in whichever league or cup they are playing in and are managed by Tommy Cassidy.”

So. Why are we interested? Because they’ve just recruited a brand new Match Reporter who happens to be talented blog writer, Mark Carruthers.

On 17th July 2012,  Blyth Spartans travelled to Northern League side Ashington AFC in their opening friendly of the 2012/13 season.  Read Mark’s full match report here.

We’re delighted to support Mark, who is an aspiring sports journalist with a talent for writing insightful and intelligent articles relating to the Beautiful Game and also the mighty Newcastle United FC.

A proud North East lad and a long-standing NUFC season ticket holder, Mark works full-time, writes several blogs and gets involved in a variety of fundraising events for charity. He’s also mad enough to be tacking The Three Peaks Challenge in 2013 to raise money for Parkinson’s UK & the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.

Join us in supporting Mark & following his progress:

http://onebigchallenge.wordpress.com/

http://singinthecheapseats.wordpress.com/

http://overthewallnufc.wordpress.com/

Find Blyth Spartans FC on Facebook & Twitter:

https://www.facebook.com/blythspartansafc

@Blyth_Spartans

 

 

The 3 Peaks Challenge 2013: we know a man who can…..

Mad but true; our friend Mark Carruthers (he of top football blogs “Sing in the Cheap Seats” & “Over the Wall”) is doing the legendary Three Peaks Challenge in March 2013. He’s actually going to climb Mount Snowdon in Wales, Scafell in the Lakes and Ben Nevis in Scotland in three days…….. His aim (apart from showing off) is to raise money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation and Parkinson’s UK, both of which are causes close to his heart. He’s created a couple of Just Giving Pages so all you lovely generous folk can donate if you think it’s a worthy cause. I know we do, so we’ll be sponsoring & promoting him as much as possible!

Small as well as large donations all gratefully received via the Just Giving pages!

For more details visit Mark’s WordPress page here: http://onebigchallenge.wordpress.com/

Our first sponsorship deal!

Enigmedia Marketing has now become the new sponsor of the Sportsmans Dinners UK Travel Club web page!

“Sportsmans Dinners UK are delighted to be able to offer you the chance to go to various Newcastle United away matches on a not-profit basis.  All costs are split evenly on the hire of the buses and not a single penny is made by ourselves.  We want to provide a service for loyal supporters and ensure that costs are kept to a minimum.  On Saturday 28th January 2012 we made our first venture to Brighton for the FA Cup 4th Round tie at their new AMEX Stadium and the journey, whilst long was a massive success.  Plans are being made for some away games for the rest of the season and payments can be made through our Paypal site.”

Kevin & Mark are two proud North East lads who have started up SDUK with a view to raising as much money as possible for deserving charities in their local region by holding Charity Dinners and Auctions.  They are passionate about what they do and whilst they work full-time in other jobs they’re always available for the charity they’re working on behalf of and will go the extra mile to ensure they raise as much as possible.

Enigmedia Marketing is proud to work with like-minded, passionate people like Kevin & Mark. Please visit their website and see for yourselves just how much hard work they have put into helping so many good causes.

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