The fundraising continues thanks to the support and kindness of the local community and our many friends.
Thanks to Emily Williams for completing “Brave the Shave” and raising over £300 for beliketom.
Also many thanks to Lyndsay Lamplough for her fundraising efforts by completing the Redcar half marathon
Vicky’s quiz night raised over six hundred pounds which we shared with the north air ambulance. A great night was had by all at the Yorkshire lass, thanks to all of the staff and the wonderful Caroline for her support and hard work.
The defibrillator outside Steve’s shop had been returned to its box, and the one stolen and damaged from outside the chemists is to be repaired and returned to its original site.
Saltburn, Marske and New Marske parish council have agreed to have ten of our machines ‘gifted’ to them, which means they will be insured and checked by them. Checking the machines each week takes only a few minutes, and we are so grateful to those of you who agree to do it for us, thanks for your time. They have also given us a grant which will cover the cost of three more machines. Thank you all.
Saltburn cricket club presented a cheque to Jacob and faith at a lovely evening last month, very many thanks to everyone concerned.
A raffle and cake sale was held by Luke Bednarz and his colleagues at work which helped swell the funds further. Thank you to everyone… The cakes looked amazing.
Marske Methodist church have asked to have beliketom as their fund raiser for the year.
We hope to have charity status by the end of the year.
Donations arrive constantly, some anonymous, some large, some small, even one little persons 50p pocket money…. All are gratefully recieved.
And we shouldn’t forget our younger ones who have made badges and bracelets and sold them to their friends at school.
Thank you all so very much. Our Tom would be so proud of you all. As long as the ripples remain you will never be forgotten, and our Tom still is making waves.
Love you all, beliketom.