Fund raising events to date

Ross choir cropped

The visit by the Ross Choristers (above) to Newnham last month (October 2017) was the latest in a series of fundraisers on behalf of the Bells Restoration Appeal.  We are grateful to all those who have given time and energy to put on events and to all the supporters who’ve come along to enjoy them.  Here is the full list:May 16 Tubular Bells Audience Quadrophonic Playback:                     £549.00
Jul 16    Terry Oldfield Concert:                                                                £1,039.16
Oct 16   Dark Side of the Moon Quadrophonic Playback:                   £1,485.83
Nov 16   Le Crocodile pop-up restaurant:                                              £1,000.00
Dec 16   Monet Lecture by Ross King:                                                        £432.25
Dec 16   Christmas Card sales:                                                                       £48.50
Jan 17    Burns Night Supper:                                                                       £812.00
Mar 17   Mardi Gras Evening:                                                                      £532.30
Apr 17   Beatles Quadrophonic Playback:                                                 £220.58
Jun 17   Newnham Live Festival:                                                                £889.10
Oct 17   Ross Choristers:                                                                                £609.00

A total of £7,617.72

 

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About newnhambells

I am Chair of the Newnham Bells Restoration Group, which is launching an appeal to guarantee the future of bell ringing in this village, which is rich in history, beauty and tradition.
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