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Ascot THc Fundraising Group

THc ascot fundraising group


Do you have some spare time to volunteer for a good cause or just unwanted items you would like to give to charity?  The Ascot Fundraising Group for Thames Hospicecare would like to hear from you: -
Can you donate second hand books for a book stall?  Stand with a fundraising tin for an hour? Come up with some questions for a quiz night? Run a stall or event of your own with a percentage of proceeds to THc? Donate clothes or unwanted items to our Sunninghill shop? Knit an xmas pudding (pattern provided)? Help to promote one of our events? Email us with a fundraising idea...  

If you would like to join our mailing list for events in the area that support Thames Hospicecare, please email your name and contact details to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .   We will send you details of quiz nights, fashion shows, theatre nights, fayres etc.  If you would like to volunteer, whether its a one-off or more regular, any time you have is precious to us for this worthwhile local cause.  Contact Melanie Trapnell at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or phone 01344 876414. www.thameshopsicecare.org.uk

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Ascot Charitable Trust (ACT) Fundraisers

The Ascot Charitable Trust raises huge amounts of money for local and national charities, mainly with the Annual ACT Ball. Visit the ACT website at www.ascotcharitabletrust.org.uk

The Ascot Charity Ball at Ascot Racecourse 2008
The Ascot Charitable Trust, together with patrons Ray & Lisalynn Bowdery, recently held a ‘cheque presentation’ luncheon at The Berystede Hotel in order to donate the proceeds from their annual Ascot Charity Ball to five delighted beneficiaries.

Ascot Charitanble Trust Presents Cheque

(Above) Nicky Pardo, Alan Carr, Anne Hoddle, Rebecca Smith of the NSPCC, Lisalynn and Rae Bowdery, Ronnie Wilkie and Sayonara Luxton and the £25,000 cheque for the NSPCC




Chavey Down Residents Association

The Chavey Down Residents Association is open to all residents of Chavey Down, organises socials, campaigns on village issues and organises outings for village senior citizens. Contact Ruth Timbrell on 01344 882068

CDA 50th AGM

Click on the photos to enlarge them Chavey Down AGM :: Local Historian Ruth Timbrell Chavey Down AGM :: Local History Longhill Road The Chavey Down Asociation held their 50th AGM on  Friday 27th April 2013. Approx 70 members including former committee members and founder members were present. Jacquie Lovell the Chairman gave an excellent report and was voted in for a further term as was the vice Chairman Colin Yates.  Adrian Hoare once again was elected Tresaurer and Ruth Timbrell Secretary. Tracey Green Newsletter editor. the remaining committee voted in en bloc.  On display was an exhibition of local material  by Ruth Timbrell including billheads of village traders, outings, parties, Ascot Priory and many photographs.  Among the maps displayed was the 1890/5 map of the Great Western Railway which was planned to run from the Great Western Station in  Windsor to Ascot. This involved compulsory purchase of property and land and it is quite possible that bearing in mind how long this would take the Great War would have stopped all such enterprises, although some work did start in Winkfield at the rear of Locks Ride.   The evening ending with a cheese and wine party.


Lady Stevenson Launches THc Hospice at Home

Pictured, L to R: Sue Duncan (Director of Nursing), Jacqueline Clark (CEO), Lady Catherine Stevenson (Patron), Dee Boley.      Please click on the photos to enlarge them Thames Hospicecare :: Hospice at Home logo   Thames Hospicecare :: Patron Lady Stevenson  

Thames Hospicecare  (THc) (based in Ascot and Windsor) is celebrating its 25th anniversary,  with the launch of a new Hospice-at-Home service.  An extra £315,000 will be needed and the Hospice at Home Appeal  was launched by its Patron  - Ascot’s Lady Catherine Stevenson, former High Sheriff of Berkshire  (pictured) , on Friday March 30th 2012.  The Appeal  has already attracted match funding from a local benefactor and is off to a flying start with a generous donation.


Thames Hopsicecare (THc)  want to keep patients at the heart of their service , supporting  people to die in the place of their choice, whenever possible. Hospice at Home aims to employ three specialist nurses,  providing care and support  all day all year.  The target is to do this for 120 patients at home  by the end of 2012/13 , rising to  200 by the end of 2014/15.  Chief Executive,  Jacqueline Clark   said: “This is taking out into the community , everything we are known for doing here at the Hospice”.  THc already cares for around 1,000 people a year.


Lady Stevenson said: “Thanks to medical advances over the last few decades, people are living longer with terminal illnesses . But this presents us with a new challenge – ensuring there are resources to support people effectively during this time. I’m in no doubt about the important role of Thames Hospicecare plays in the area and am delighted to be Patron of their new appeal. I hope you will get behind it and support this absolutely vital community service.”  Lady Stevenson then officially launched the Appeal with a substantial  donation of her own!

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Magistrates Talks to Community Groups

magistrates :: free talks   East Berkshire Magistrates run talks suitable for community groups and schools


Neighbourhood Watch | Ascot | Sunningdale

Ascot Neighbourhood Watch 

Ascot Neighbourhood Watch Association, the umbrella body in the area including those parts of North Ascot in Bracknell Forest, takes part in various crime prevention initiatives, offers members security devices at huge discounts, holds quarterly meetings at which local police report to the community and guest speakers talk on various crime issues. The Association also publishes a quarterly four-page newsletter with all the latest crime prevention news and advice


Sebastians Action Trust

sebastians action trust Sebastians Action Trust has raised the money to build a house where children with life limiting illnesses  and their families can enjoy holidays . For more information about the trust, building progress and forthcoming events, click on http://www.sebastiansactiontrust.org/


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Society for the Protection of Ascot & Environs

society for protection of ascot & environmentSPAE, the Society for the Protection of Ascot and Environment, campaigns against too much development in the Ascot area. Too many luxury flats being built ? Too many trees being cut down ? Do something about it -  join SPAE. Full details are at www.spae.org or call SPAE chairman, Patrick Griffin  on 01344 620375.

The 42nd AGM was held on Thursday, 23rd May 2013, at 7.30pm in the Ascot Authority Box, Ascot Racecourse
Level 2, Ascot Racecourse (please use car park 3). The guest speaker was Paul Miner, Senior Planning Campaigner, Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE). Refreshments will be provided by the Committee

SPAE has been heavily involved in preparation of the Ascot & Sunnings Neighbourhood Plan.

 


Sunningdale Village Venues | Community Groups

Sunningdale Baptist Church :: The Hope Centre For information about community  activities and hall / venue hire  in Sunningdale, contact the Sunningdale Village Venues team via:

www.sunningdalevillagevenues.co.uk

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Sunninghill Trade Association (STA)

 

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sunninghill :: traders association




Thames Hospicecare 25th Anniversary |

Pictured: Beautiful  metalwork 'tree', donated by a Portugese artisan for the THc25th Anniversary.    Thames Hospicecare :: Tree of Life Thames Hospicecare :: Tree of Life

Thames Hospicecare, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2012,   is kept running by  560 volunteers and 120 paid staff.  Only 20% of funding comes from the NHS,  meaning that the Hospice relies constantly on the very generous local community and hard-working fundraisers, to find £4million (plus the new £315,000).  Every year,  £500,000 is donated in legacies  and  there are 12 local fundraising  groups (CLICK on this link for information on our Ascot branch) .
Thames Hospicecare staff and volunteers work tirelessly, organising fundraisers .
 
The Hospice Shops, including the one in Sunninghill High Street, raise hundreds of thousands of pounds.  The new Really Me vintage shop (CLICK on this link),  in Windsor’s Peascod Street,   has been so successfully, part of the Maidenhead shop is to be  transformed into ‘Marry Me’ – (watch this space)

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