Max and Darcy have been having lots of fun! Thank you for the pictures!
CHIPS would like to thank Crouchfield Trust for donating a HUGE £10,000.00!
The Crouchfield Trust is a registered charity that was originally set up in 1989 with the proceeds of the Crouchfield School. The main purpose of the Trust is to promote the education, training and provision of care facilities for children and young people who ‘delinquent, neglected, ill-treated and in need of care, within Hertfordshire. The Trust distributes grants accrued from its capital to voluntary organisations and other charities who have schemes or projects that promote the object of the trust. For example, one of the most recent grants that has been provided was to a young person accommodation project in which money was given to them over a period of 3 years to enable start up costs for a hostel for 16-25 year olds including young people who were leaving care.
CHIPS would like to thank Cllr Andrews for donating £600.00 from the locality budget!
CHIPS would like to Thank St Michael Mead Freemasons for their donation of £500.00!
CHIPS would like to Thank Cuffley Lodge Masons for their donation of £1000.00!
CHIPS would like to Thank Woollensbrook Crematorium in Hoddesdon for their donation of £454.20. They donate regularly and really help us to reach our goals!
CHIPS would like to say a huge thank you to East Herts Miniature Railway for their kind donation of £500.00.
Their operation is run entirely by volunteer-based enthusiasts who give up their free time to run and maintain the railway. After defraying the cost of running the railway, they make regular donations to nominated charities and local organisations.
Both their independent railway and the Van Hage Garden Centre are popular visitor destinations for children and parents alike, where there are a variety of activities available. For more information on Van Hage’s facilities, please visit their website at http://www.vanhage.co.uk/garden-centres/great-amwell.
CHIPS would like to thank all of those who took part in the Souperwalk on Sunday 8th March in Tewin!
Sixty people enjoyed a new route on our guided 5K walk, followed by a lunch of delicious homemade soup and a selection of fresh breads. Our thanks especially go to Liz and Hazel for planning, organising and leading the walk.
We raised an impressive £849.51 on the day. Thanks also go to Helen, Karen, Gill and Alison for making soup, bread and cakes, whilst ensuring that everything ran smoothly on the day! We would also like to thank Karen, Bronwyn and Mark for helping to serve and washing up; and also all of those who baked a fantastic variety of homemade cakes!