Rampton and Woodbeck News

by | 14 December 2017 | Notice, Retford

The Coles’, Moorpool and The Eyre St Thomas Day Trust is for the support of Rampton and Woodbeck residents who find themselves in financial hardship or ill health. ‘Small’ grants are available at the discretion of the trustees.
The trustees may be able assist in two ways:

  • Relieving either generally or individually persons resident in the Civil Parish boundary who are in conditions of need, financial hardship or distress by making small grants of money or providing for or paying towards items, utility bills, services or facilities.
  • Relieving either generally or individually person’s resident in the Civil Parish boundary who are by reason of, ill-health, medical needs, infirm, disability, old age, youth, by making small grants of money or providing for or paying toward items, services, utility bills, facilities. Additionally, in the spirit of the original Coles’ Bread Charity, help to persons listed toward food costs.

All applications should be made either in writing or by email to the Clerk to the Parish Council, 24 Allison Avenue, Retford DN22 7JS or ramptonparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk (who is also Clerk to the Trustees). All applications are dealt with in the strictest confidence. If anyone wishes to call the clerk, use 01777 711579 for a confidential informal chat regards potential assistance in the first instance, they are most welcome.

Show Jaguars Fundraising
Sherwood Jaguar Racing are looking for members of the public to drive one of their cars to shows throughout the country. Drivers must be over 40, hold a clean driving licence and donate £50 to the company’s chosen charity — Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Old coins, coppers, foreign currency and unwanted gifts for raffle prizes are also collected by the company in aid of the charity. This year they have raised £4,884 with your help. For more details contact Stuart Dixon on 01777 249002.