Although a full list of fundraising that has taken place throughout the year can be found under 'Fundraising News', we felt is would be good to share the most recent fundraising activities that have taken place within the group.
The group would once again like to thank all those who have supported these events in anyway, whether it be volunteers who undertook the events or to all those who gave their tremendous support at the various events. Thanks also to the businesses who allowed such things as bag pack and bucket collections.
Recent fundraising and Donations:-
Donations & Fund Raising for the year ended 31st. March 2019.
Berwickshire Housing Association £500
Reivers Fish Bar £68.11
A Heart for Duns £153
Mrs. M. Keysell
C. Serle & B. Judd
Green’s Residents Committee £500
Berwickshire Agricultural Association £200
Cockburnspath Art Fair £350
Silvery Tweed Cereals Ltd. £375
Duns Rugby Club £356
George & Linda Russell
Mike & Sue Keean
Dr. N.E. Burgess
Duns Primary School £153
Miss M. Forbes
Whitsome Enhancement Group £92.51
who sell Christmas cards and held a raffle £233.70
Eyemouth Coffee Morning £326
Coldstream Coffee Morning £388
Duns Show £303
Reston Fayre £86.10
Morrison Bag Pack £557
Tesco Bag Pack £451
Rag Bag £133
Change jars £303
Bella Bella £23.59
Edinburgh Marathon & Forth
Rail Bridge Abseil £2800
Eyemouth Coffee Morning £335.87
Chirnside Quiz night £182.95
The school was used, when not required by the Group, by South of Scotland Select and Reivers Vaulting Group, Duns Rugby Club and K. Whillans.
The Group received grants from The Brown Fund, SEV and the Co-operative; the latter which was used towards the purchase of the hoist in Sandys’ (the mechanical horse) stable.
We thank all the sponsors of this years’ calendar; the sale of calendars and Christmas cards was very good this past year.
We also thank all those who make marmalade, jams etc and bring plants to be sold.
We are grateful to the family of Mrs. Hewitt for donating the collection from her funeral, to those who donated in memory of Mr. Martin Lough, and to Miss Mary Wood for her legacy to the Group and for donating the collection from her funeral.
The Group is extremely grateful for all donations large and small.