Next Open Day will be on Wednesday, 4 September from 10 am to 3 pm. The theme will be Seating and Pressure Care. We hope to have a range of reclining chairs, armchairs, pressure cushions, office chairs, chair supporting systems etc. As always all are welcome to attend our Open Days. Just drop in. Refreshments available.
Congratulations to the July 100 Club winners:-
1st prize, Jan Taylor
2nd prize, Roger Nichols
3rd prize, Geoff Fewings
A big thank you to all those who gave up 2 hours of their time to collect at Sainsbury’s Didcot on 12/13 July.
Total amount raised £762.81.
Another collection has been arranged for Friday 20th December at Tesco Didcot, please let Sue know if you can help.
Recycling for Good Causes are now accepting the following:-
- Stamp albums and collections (not general postage stamps)
- Binoculars, telescopes and opera glasses
- Old, first edition and author signed books
- Model railways and cars (full sets and individual items are welcome)
- Small bronze figures
- Medals and other military items
- Old new foreign currency
- Old maps and ordinance survey maps
- Fountain pens, inkwell and desk stands
- Pocket watches, wrist watches and travel clocks
- Cigarette cards; lighters, cases, holders and other old smoking related items
- Fishing equipment
- Mobile phones
Next Open Day will be on Wednesday, 4 September (10am to 3pm) on the theme of seating and pressure care.
If you would like to see any particular products or suppliers, please let them know.
Open Day at new venue: Peachcroft Community Centre, Lindsay Drive, Abingdon OX14 2RT
Don’t forget to use Spend and Raise they do some really great Offers:-
Laterooms.com Hotel brand sale – up to 40% off
Marriott UK 20% off European Summer Breaks
Macdonald Hotels Summer sale – upto 35% off
Expedia 10% off hotels worldwide
We have heard today that we have had funds awarded from the People’s Postcode Trust of £9,000 to be used toward the purchase of specialist gym equipment.
We will be purchasing a Motomed like the one at the Oxford Centre for Enablement, this will save people travelling there.
Great result, well done to all those involved in obtaining the funds.
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