Just some more kind people who have donated money
Many thanks to the 'Dawn Breakers' for their donation of £196. The continued support from the group is very much appreciated
Many thanks once again to Ian Thurlow for his £100 donation from his computer home lessons.
Many thanks once again to the Dawn Breakers for their donation of £109.
Many thanks to Peter and Linda for their donation of £117 they raised at a boot fair. Your kind efforts are very much appreciated.
The Golden Eagles Linedance Club Andover
On Saturday 15th July 2023 we went to the Sargeant's Mess at Bulford Camp for their Summer Ball which was a western themed event. After being met at the gate and escorted to the Sargeant's Mess, and treated to drinks, we set up the sound equipment ready to get started (just after 6.00). A group of enthusiastic people joined us on the dance floor dressed in cowboy style clothes. I must say they really got involved in the dancing (I am not sure if it was helped by the bar being so close and had been open since 3 o'clock). Debbie did have a problem as she stood just in front of the bar to do the class, and guests still wanted to use the bar. As usual, Debbie taught the dances with Jean and Laura stood to the side to show the steps as they moved around, Ian played the music (though as they were packing up he played very tongue in cheek I Hate You When You're Drunk by Olly Murs). All too soon our time was up and it was time for the BBQ. After the meal they had a country band to play for them and try to remember all the moves they had been taught I must say all the people we came into contact with were a credit to our Armed Forces.
As usual a donation was paid to Andover Neighbourcare, our local charity.
Once again a huge thank you to Ian Thurlow for his donation of £100. Ian has continued to help some of our old Silver Surfers by going to their home to help with their computers. This is a much missed service.
Well done Ian
Many thanks to Andover Dawn Breakers for another donation of £127. This makes a total of £1270 received since January 2023.
Your support is very much appreciated and will be used to assist in delivering our services. Neighbourcare is completely self funding and your donation help with all the charities activities.
Many thanks to the Andover Martial Arts Breakers Group for their kind donation of £110. The group is a regular supporter of our charity for which we are very grateful
A huge thank you to the 'Dawn Breakers' for yet another donation of £232. This money will be used to help pay for some updating our book shop. Your continued support is very much appreciated
A huge thank you to Ian Thurlow for yet another donation of £100. Ian received the money from clients who he still helps with their computers at home . Well done
A huge thank you to Andover Martial Arts Dawn Breakers Group for yet another donation of £236. The money will go towards the running costs of all Neighbourcare's services. Your continued support is very much appreciated
Many thanks to the 'Golden Eagles Line Dancers' for their kind donation of £140. This was raised by organiser Debbie Thurlow and her helpers, Jean, Laura and Ian giving a lesson to the 25 plus members of the Officers Mess, The British Land Forces Headquarters in Andover . A great time was had by all.
A huge thank you to Ian Thurlow for his kind donation of £100. This was raised by Ian helping some of our clients with their computers at home. Silver Surfers is still missed by our members who still need a little one to one help.
Janet Mason from the recently disbanded ‘ Visually Impaired People’s Club’ presented Pam Delderfield and Elaine Fakes from Andover Neighbourcare with a cheque for £8,551.71p. This was the remains of the charities money on closure.
Janet Mason as well as being the co ordinator of the Vips has also worked very closely with Andover Neighbourcare over the years.
Judie Tighe and Julie Johnson trustee’s of Neighbourcare would like to thank all involved with the VIP’s for their kind donation. In these very uncertain times the donation is very much appreciated and will be used to help fund some of Neighbourcare’s new ventures.
Once again Neighbourcare would like to thank the Andover Martial Arts over 60's Dawn Breakers Group for their kind donation of £228. Your support is very much appreciated
A huge thank you to Anton Lodge for their kind donation of £335. In these difficult times your continued support is very much appreciated
A huge thank you to 'The Golden Eagles Line Dancers' for their kind donation on £500. The money was raised from their Christmas party from entrance fees, raffle and competitions. The Golden Eagles have been firm supporters of Neighbourcare over the years which is very much appreciated. Special thank must go to Debbie and Ian Thurlow. A Happy start to The New Year and may it continue
Many thanks to Ian Thurlow for his donation of £100 from his home computer tuition. Your support is very much appreciated.
Once again Neighbourcare must thank Debbie and Ian Thurlow and The Golden Eagles Linedance Club for their kind donation of £70. This was raised from a 50th birthday party where they entertained the guests with their dancing. Hard work but fun.
Neighbourcare was pleased to receive a cheque from Darren Niven, General Manager of the Coop for £250. The money will go towards the members Christmas party which will be held at the Masonic Hall on 6th December. We are very grateful for the Coop's continued support.
Andover Neighbourcare would like to say a huge thank you to Cllr Iris Anderson, Cllr Vikki Harber and Cllr Jan Budzynski for the grant of £1000 from St Marys Ward. The grant received was given to purchase a new counter and rails for our charity shop.
The previous counter had been there since the shop was opened and was made by one of the volunteers. The new counter has made a huge difference to the look of the shop and the rails are still to be purchased.
Neighbourcare has many regular customers who are most impressed with the new look and we are very grateful for the support of St Mary's Ward, our loyal customers and for all the donations.
All proceeds are used to support the charities services, running costs and rents.
Neighbourcare still provides, cleaning, gardening, sitting, shopping. Transport to hospitals, doctors, clubs, shops and others. ' Bus Outings',' Buddie Scheme' and 'Book Shop'. We also still help with some of our old clients that used to use our 'Silver Surfers' and cannot get the help they need with their computers.
I would like to thank Ian Thurlow for his donation of £100 which is one of many. Ian raises the donations by visiting his old 'Silver Surfer Friends' who still struggle with their computers since our service closed. Your dedication is very much appreciated and also our website which he keeps up to date.
Many thanks to Simplyhealth for their wonderful donation of £2,800. As part of their commitment to support local charities the staff were asked to vote for a charity to receive funding. As a result Andover Neighbourcare received the above amount. It was a great Christmas present. Your continued support is much appreciated.
Many thanks to the Andover Martial Arts for another kind donation of £258. This was raised once again at their free over 60's Dawn Breakers Class.
Once again we must give a huge thank you to Andover Martial Arts for their kind donation of £207 raised at their over 60s Dawn Breakers class. This makes a total of £712 donated since November 2021.
A huge thank you to 'The Golden Eagles Line Dancers' from Andover Neighbourcare for their generous donation of £500.
This money was raised from the Christmas party and raffle and competitions. I would like to thank Waitrose, C&M, Wickes, Double Discount, One Pound Shop, and club members for their donations towards the raffle. A special thank you to Debbie Thurlow who arranges all the events and husband Ian. (photo)
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