Many thanks again to our roving fundraiser – Megan’s dad, Paul. Paul raised £100 over several ‘guess-the-miles’ sweepstakes on his coach journeys through Scotland. Cheers!no comments
Fifth year classmates at Selkirk High School dug deep for Katie’s Trust when Kerr bravely offered to have his legs waxed on last day of term. Katie W was on hand to do the waxing/inflict the pain – we are all wondering if it was as sore as it sounds? I am sure that someone will be producing the evidence on FB shortly. Bruce (aka Beyonce) was doing a brisk trade at the same time with wristbands. Between them the boys raised a fantatsic £231 – a fantastic effort and thanks to everyone who contributed.no comments
Friday night saw the return of Sid Griffin and the Coal Porters to their favourite venue – Midlem Village Hall. The place was packed in anticipation of a great evening – and we were not disappointed. There were all the old favourites, some new songs from album to be released in September and an outrageous cover of Paint it Black (Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na-Na…..)!!
There were many familiar faces in the audience from 18 months ago and we used the interval to update everyone on what Katie’s Trust has been doing – **newsletter**
For those of you who missed the gig but might be intrigued who the Coal Porters are then have a look at the website – Coal Porters. And if you want a sample of their music then here is one of our favourites – Closing Time Genius.
Many thanks to Phil & Patricia (who sadly missed the gig), Midlem Hall Committee, the audience and especially the Coal Porters! You helped us raise a fantastic £675!!no comments
We wanted to bring you up-to-date with how we have been helping children and our fundraising:- KMT Newsletter May12no comments