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Grand Xmas Draw/ Reindeer Food

Once again, we have had a great response to both of these yearly fundraising events for the the park. We sold every raffle book that we had printed, and this raised £600.

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Update on bid applications

A rundown on our current bid applications

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Fantastic news from " SHEFFIELD TOWN TRUST"

WOW- we had some amazing news from Sheffield Town Trust, they have after visiting the park and chatting with committee members decided to support the group b y making a whopping donation of £10,000 to purchase a new piece of equipment for the park.

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School Fayre

The "Friends" were invited along to the school fayre to run our own stall for the park.

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School disco - joint fundraiser

Ourselves and Mrs Anderson headteacher of Charnock Hall Primary School decided to organise a pre- Christmas Disco to jointly raise funds, half of profit to the school funds and half to the park funds.

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"Henry Boot" donate to the group

Thankyou very much to Henry Boot for making a donation of £200 to the group's funds,

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Bulb Planting

What a fantastic display of colour there will be, come spring on the outer edge of the playing field ( top end).

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"Woolworths" Kids First help us out

Having contacted - Ian Whitby, Manager at Canklow out of town store and giving him all the details of our group, its aims and objectives, etc, they very kindly agreed to take us on board as a local cause that they would like to support.

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Local mum runs for funds

In September at Clumber Park, one of our local mum's - Tracey Goddard, ran a 10k race to raise money through sponsorship for the park

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Community Challenge event - plus free sports entertainment for the kids .

We are a successful finalist of the ROK community challenge --The Nation's Local Builder - based in Rotherham. ROK are very kindly donating volunteer time, and equipment so that the drainage ditch that runs alongside the hedgerow on Carterhall Lane can be cleared of debris and overgrowth.

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