Andover Neighbourcare News
A look at the things we are doing at the moment, please call back soon, as we try to update on a weekly base.
A huge thank you to Debbie and Ian Thurlow and all of the Golden Eagle Linedance Club for their kind donation of £150. The money will be used to update our security system after our recent theft from the Book Shop. They raised £300 in total and gave half to The Countess of Brecknock Hospice.
Thank you to a £50 donation from a long time client of the Silver Surfers (who wishes to remain anonymous). To help make up for our recent theft from the Book Shop
A Huge thank you to Portway Infant School for their kind donation of £170 from their 'Silver Collection' at their Christmas Nativity performances. Merry Christmas to you all
Once again Neighbourcare would like to say a huge thank you to Simplyhealth for hosting the Christmas party at the Masonic Hall on December 3rd. Over 100 members enjoyed a delicious festive meal whilst being looked after by the team of volunteers. The team set the tables, served the food and drinks, cleared and washed up. The members enjoyed a raffle which raised £280, a quiz and was entertained by Ali and her choir. Thanks must also go to the Neighbourcare drivers and volunteers that helped make the day such a success. Finally a thank you to Danny Weymouth who made sure everyone was catered for and all the glasses were never empty and to Stuart for a very nice meal.
Terry Pratchett hard back books in stock
A huge thank you to all that helped and those that supported Neighbourcare's tombola stall. Weather was kind and we raised £370. A good time was had by all
Neighbourcare would like to thank Brenda Hayden for the kind donation of £600 raised at the funeral of her daughter Dawn. Dawn was a volunteer at Neighbourcare for 17 years and never let her disabilities stop her doing anything she wanted to do. Dawn will be sadly missed by all that knew her
Well done to the Trio of 90 years old still Volunteering at Neighbourcare. Pat McCumisky works 4 mornings a week . Pat Gorringe works 2 afternoons a week and Betty Marchment works 1 morning a week in the charity shop. A huge thank you for all you contribute to the community. Proving volunteering keeps you young.
Many thanks to Upper Clatford Women's Institute for their kind donation of £50. The funds will be used to support the Neighbourcare book shop
2 Modena Style Chairs manufactured by a UK company they produce and supply a range of quality furniture for a variety of environments. These include: Residential Care Homes, Nursing Homes, Challenging Behaviour Environments, Extra Care Units and Housing Associations. In very good condition Cost new over £150 Now £50 each
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