Now bang on time here is this week’s blog.
Liz popped up to The Three Horseshoes and picked up a cheque from Burwarton Show Dance for £300 and bumped into the Air Ambulance mob again, that lot will do anything to raise a few quid. Thanks for thinking about us guys.
We have had confirmation that a whooping £1,000 was raised for Rupert’s Revenge from the Chorley Show and Liz will be popping along to a presentation next week. Very generous indeed and we have always said that Chorley is a great village, so much better than Chelmarsh and Highley. J
Now talking about great villages, a collection was taken at the end of the Neen Savage Walk (3 miles) and raised £74 and while we are out in the poo and sticks we should mention that the total for the Farmhouse Blues Festival held at Wheathill Court Farm has been confirmed and Rupert’s Revenge has received a fantastic £520. Massive thanks to all involved in both of these events.
Now closer to home, that’s Bridgnorth for all you foreigners, we have a total from the Up the Steps Walk of £740 made up as follows:
- Karen Lee, Karen Dayus, Heidi Jennings, Dianne Hyde and Anne Prince raised £330.
- Sue Cash and Bolan the dog raised £350.
- Others (Just protecting the innocent) raised £60.
Coming up next Friday (27th), in conjunction with the release of the new Thor movie Ragnarok, Emily & Neil are doing a fund raising and photo opportunity at Bridgnorth Majestic Cinema. Those of you who attended the Carnival earlier in the year will remember these scary characters so come along to meet them from about 7ish (film starts at 8.20pm)