We wanted to bring you up-to-date with how we have been helping children and our fundraising:- KMT Newsletter May12no comments
Patricia & Phil Hitchcock have kindly arranged for the The Coal Porters to play Midlem Village Hall on Friday 18th May. Sid Griffin and his fantastic bluegrass group (http://www.myspace.com/thecoalporters) will again take to the Midlem stage to entertain us in a good cause. We are all looking forward to the evening – if you would like a ticket then let us know asap!no comments
Gary Moore has donated two tickets for the Milburn Stand (Main Stand), Bar 1892 area – a good area with an exclusive bar. On the website they are shown as premium area seats and are situated close to the dug outs.
They are for Saturday 17th December.
Everyone donating £5 has a chance of winning the tickets – you can either donate online at JustGiving or send cash/cheque to Cherrydene.
All donations to be made by 2nd December – winner will be notified on 3rd Decemberno comments
The dancers only have a couple of rehearsals left before the big show next Wednesday night at Hawick Town Hall. The ‘girls’ received a boost to their pre-show publicity in the Hawick News – giving them a chance to model the new T-shirts.
If you would like to sponsor them then you can still do it online at Tap Heavy.no comments
Fifteen cyclists took to the Border roads on Sunday 21st August to raise funds for the Katie
McKerracher Trust as part of the Ken Laidlaw Sportif. There were two routes – 52 miles
and 105 miles – with participants taking between 3 and 7 hours to complete their chosen
route. The fundraisers were kitted out in specially designed cycle shirts, and were given
the honour of leading the event through Hawick Town Centre (see photo). We would like
to thank Hawick Cycle Club for its generosity and for organising such a fantastic event.
We would also like to thank all of the supporters who cheered us on and ran the essential