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Chairmans Statement

  • "Following a rather expensive year for the Centre during 2017 I have decided that any fundraising undertaken during the forthcoming year will be for the benefit of Centre funds."
  • June Taylor
    Chairman

The Gift of Giving

The three core aims of the Middlesex centre are to promote caravanning, create an enjoyable environment for our members and to contribute to charities and support those in need.


 

Teens Charity dispersal - Middlesex Centre Charity Donation

 

Middlesex Chairman June Taylor presented a cheque for £500 to a representative of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, on behalf of the teenagers who raised it more than 20 years ago.

 

No Centre Teenage Committee has operated since 1996 and their remaining fund has lain dormant since then. At the 2017 Middlesex AGM it was decided to contact as many past teenagers as possible, both verbally and via the Middlesex Centre Facebook page, advising no Teenage Committee had served since their term and asking them to decide where the money should go. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust was selected..


 

2017 Charity - The Salvation Army

 

The Committee would like to thank members past and present for there help in raising £630 for The Salvation Army. It was handed to Emanuele Carpagnano Major of the Uxbridge Corps.


 

Great North Run 2016

 

We raised £1,300 participating in the Great North Run. Colin Henderson with his two daughters, Fiona and Grace, ran on behalf of The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability


 

Charity Bike Ride 2013

 

Well done to Terry and Joan Leonard and John Taylor who took part in The Caravan Club team bike ride in aid of Leukaemia and Lymphoma research (Now called Bloodwise)


 

British Heart Foundation.

 

Over the years we have supported National and Local Charities. In 2009, 155 members from the Caravan club completed the gruelling 56 miles raising almost £22,000 for the British Heart Foundation.


 

Vicars and Tarts.

 

We don't just do this for fun. Our charity work is part and parcel of the clubs principles.