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At the recent Mayor Making Ceremony, Co Chair, Sue Bird collected a cheque for £11,000 from outgoing Mayor Councellor Trevor Foster.
Macmillan Cancer Support and Lindsey Lodge Hospice had been his Charities of the Year, as the Mayor of North Lincolnshire.
Our thanks go to Cllr Foster and his wife Angela for all their hard work and effort to raise such a fantastic amount.

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January 2017.
A bingo night held in Barrow upon Humber, organised by Mrs Claire Standerline, raised a fantastic £1011-61p.
Thank you to all those who donated raffle prizes, helped on the night and attended the event.

 

 

 

 


Forest Pines Golf club Captains for 2015/16 Jeff Greenwood and Ann Day, along with the Director of Golf, Andrew Cameron, present a cheque for £2000 to Macmillan representative Karen Scrivener. Jeff and Ann chose Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support as their nominated charity of the year and golf club members have contributed and supported through golf events, raffles and donations.

 

 

 

Mr and Mrs Evans recently held a party to celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends. Instead of presents, they asked for donations for Macmillan. A cheque for £350 was presented to us. Thank you!

This wonderful lady did ‘brave the shave’ and raised a fantastic £980. Thank you so much Debbie!

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A group of ladies from Winteringham organised an afternoon tea and were absolutely overwhelmed with the turnout and support! The total amount raised was £1500, with £1000 coming to Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support.
Huge thanks to the ladies, supporters and the Bay Horse staff. A brilliant event.

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Committee member Anna collects a cheque for £1100.79 from Barrie and Paula Newton, who held a charity night in Barton. Thank you to all involved.

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On Oct 22nd 2016 a 3 hour dance-a-thon, hosted by Zoe Bromley, raising a staggering £1722.71 for Macmillan Cancer Support at Brumby Community Centre in Scunthorpe. The money was presented to Karen Scrivenor of the Scunthorpe Committee on Nov 15th.
Zoe, together with local instructors and visiting instructors, from as far away as Dublin, led a party style afternoon of dance and fitness.
The event was held to celebrate Zoe’s 5th anniversary of becoming a fitness instructor. She chose Macmillan Cancer Support, as her mum passed away 15years ago to cancer.
And what a way to celebrate!
Local businesses, class members, friends and family donated 77 raffle prizes! Proceeds were collected from the raffle, entrance fees, sponsors, cakes and a JustGiving account.
It’s not too late to donate. Please go to Www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ZumbaZoeBromley
Look out for more events at www.facebook.com/BrumbyCommunityCentre
A huge thank you from Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support

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Lincoln Gardens School coffee morning

I learn education nursery students, staff and parents raised a fantastic £150 in Sept 2016. Well done and thank you

I learn education nursery students, staff and parents raised a fantastic £150 in Sept 2016. Well done and thank you

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Stephanie Lynskey hosted a coffee morning at Keadby Working Men’s Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Winterton team coffee morning

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Pupils of Outwood AcademyFoxhills raised a fantastic £184 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Macmillan at Market Rasen races on 24.9.16 A fantastic day raising over £2000! Thank you.

Macmillan at Market Rasen races on 24.9.16 A fantastic day raising over £2000! Thank you.

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J and G Lifestyle group from Messingham raised £152.74p by holding a bake sale and car wash. Sue collected the donation on September 15 2016. Thank you and we’ll done.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Marks and Spencer have allowed Macmillan to hold collections in store throughout September, leading up to the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on September 30. This was our first collection on September 5th. Thank you to the generous people of Scunthorpe.

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A group of residents at Horsefair Crescent, Brigg got out their knitting needles, then held a sale of products. Sue collected £160 from them on September 14 2016. Thank you.

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The Mayor’s Appeal Fund committee had a great trip to Cleethorpes for a fish supper, on September 12th 2016. Thanks to Nick Hornsby for supplying and driving this wonderful old bus from 1951!

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August 12 Richard was joined by family and friends for his 'Brave the shave'. The total raised was £798.40.....amazing effort!

August 12 Richard was joined by family and friends for his ‘Brave the shave’. The total raised was £798.40…..amazing effort!

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August 6th 2016 cake sale and tombola, organised by Leona and Zac Bird raised £335 to support their grandad who did 'Brave the Shave' on August 13th

August 6th 2016 cake sale and tombola, organised by Leona and Zac Bird raised £335 to support their grandad who did ‘Brave the Shave’ on August 13th

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Volunteer marshals at Scunthorpe half marathon 15.05.16

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Awards night May 13th at the Volunteers Conference 2016

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Donation received from Mason,Baggott and Garton, after staff held fund raising events in memory of 2 colleagues.

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60 Years Running - Michael McInenery Donation

A SCUNTHORPE and District Athletic Club runner has been awarded £600 to donate to charity in celebration of 60 years in competitive running.
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During the summer holidays a group of young people participated in the Humberside Police Lifestyle Challenge. They called themselves The Wonderful Westcliff Wallabies.

During the summer holidays a group of young people participated in the Humberside Police Lifestyle Challenge. They called themselves The Wonderful Westcliff Wallabies.

They decided to raise money for two charities; Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support and The Alternative Animal Sanctuary.

They decided to raise money for two charities; Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support and The Alternative Animal Sanctuary.

The group went on a trip to visit the animal sanctuary to see where the money raised would be going. They also met with Kirsty, who used to volunteer with the Westcliff Drop-In Centre’s young people’s projects and was about to complete a sponsored sky dive for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The group went on a trip to visit the animal sanctuary to see where the money raised would be going. They also met with Kirsty, who used to volunteer with the Westcliff Drop-In Centre’s young people’s projects and was about to complete a sponsored sky dive for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The young people organised a family bingo event which was held at the Westcliff Community Centre. This was very successful and raised a total of £85. The group decided £60 of the money raised would go towards The Scunthorpe Macmillan’s Cancer Support Charity and the rest would be donated to the animal sanctuary.

The young people organised a family bingo event which was held at the Westcliff Community Centre. This was very successful and raised a total of £85. The group decided £60 of the money raised would go towards The Scunthorpe Macmillan’s Cancer Support Charity and the rest would be donated to the animal sanctuary.

The young people also helped raise £44 for Westcliff Drop-In Centre on their annual fundraising day. The young people completed all their fundraising and handed in their logbook for judging.

The young people also helped raise £44 for Westcliff Drop-In Centre on their annual fundraising day. The young people completed all their fundraising and handed in their logbook for judging.

After the judging was complete we heard back the fantastic news that the young people had become lifestyle winners and won 1st prize for the Lifestyle Youth Division. They attended the awards evening at Hull City Hall on the 11th November.

After the judging was complete we heard back the fantastic news that the young people had become lifestyle winners and won 1st prize for the Lifestyle Youth Division. They attended the awards evening at Hull City Hall on the 11th November.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some photos from the Light up a Life event on Wed Nov 11 2015. Thanks to all those who helped to make this a very special evening and to all those who attended.

Some photos from the Light up a Life event on Wed Nov 11 2015. Thanks to all those who helped to make this a very special evening and to all those who attended.

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Staff at Santander (Scunthorpe) have raised £2000 since March 2015. This is brilliant effort. Well done to everyone involved.

Staff at Santander (Scunthorpe) have raised £2000 since March 2015. This is brilliant effort. Well done to everyone involved.

Mr Brian Camm completed this year's Great North Run, raising £1200 for Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of his wife. His daughter Jenny also completed the run and raised £750.

Mr Brian Camm completed this year’s Great North Run, raising £1200 for Scunthorpe Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of his wife. His daughter Jenny also completed the run and raised £750.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Coast to Coast Bike ride raised £300

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Mercedes Boston Team and their Quadricycle.

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They set off on their tour of Lincolnshire, 140 miles in one day, on 11th July.

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I received the cheque for £1155 from Steve (Doc) Holliday and John Bromby. They organised a disco at Brumby Club in Dec.

I received the cheque for £1155 from Steve (Doc) Holliday and John Bromby. They organised a disco at Brumby Club in December.

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In December 2014 two brothers took part in charity event in memory of their mum.

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They walked from Winterton to Scunthorpe Hospital, stopping for a cuppa at the Macmillan Information Centre.

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The coffee morning at Winterton Methodist Chapel.

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A fantastic total of £484.71 was raised.

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Lovelles Estate Agents of Barton had an ‘alternative’ coffee morning. They held a cake competition, which was judged by Nancy from British Bake Off. They then auctioned the cakes and raised a fantastic £552.40.

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This Lifestyle group called the ‘Motivated Minnions’ did a sponsored swim and cake sales to raise £160 for Macmillan.

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Celebration Ball 20th September. We raised £1045. Thank you to all those who supported the event.

 

 

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Mayoral Appeal, Barton Upon Humber 7th May

All 8 Newmans (and their cousin Chris) completed the half marathon on Sunday 4th May, we all had a great time. At the last count they had raised £3,000 for Macmillan.

All 8 Newmans (and their cousin Chris) completed the half marathon on Sunday 4th May, we all had a great time. At the last count they had raised £3,000 for Macmillan.

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