A recent fundraising dinner in Sydney, Australia. We have supporters there too! Raised £200
The BHP Project Group have had a busy and productive summer. Thanks to your support our community fundraising has reached over £20,000. ONLY £2,000 off our target of £22,000. That is 10% of what we estimated would be the cost of the project. We have also been working with Battle Town Council to progress funding applications for the bigger amounts including the Lottery and British Cycling.
The recent events include a “Muddy Toddle”, 1066 Country Ride, stalls and donations at “Run on the Rec”. We also have collecting pots in Jempson’s, Barraclough’s and Spectrum and all the coins that have been dropped in them have been a great help. Thanks go to the shops for displaying the pots. Keep those coins coming, they do make a difference
The recent events “Run on the Rec” and “1066 Country Ride” were both enjoyed by all, and helped to raise a good amount for the project.
A great many people are involved with setting up and running these events, and our thanks go to everyone involved, and to everyone that took part.
We also received a generous donation from Battle floral and horticultural society, very much appreciated.
A big thank-you to Nationwide, Battle Busy Bees, and Inviam System Ltd for their recent donations and fundraising activities. Also to our loyal helpers who helped to make the events happen.
The Nationwide coffee morning was well attended, and enjoyed by many!
All-day coffee morning at the Nationwide, Battle Branch. Monday 1st July. Drop in for coffee and cake and hear the latest news from the Battle Health Project Group. You will served the drink of your choice by the Nationwide Staff. All welcome.
Fantastic news! Battle Health Pathway was recently awarded £25,000 from the Rother Community Grant fund
Our collection pot at Jempsons supermarket. We’ve already emptied it once, thank you to anyone who has donated !
Fit for Battle is the working group that is taking forward a new pavilion/cafe, the Battle Health Pathway project, and some nature gardens for the Recreation ground.
Here is our illustration which illustrates people enjoying the new facilities. The illustration was kindly drawn by 2 ladies who are very clever with pencils and colours! Thank you both
p.s. We forgot to paint any dogs, but they are still welcome of course!
All was all hands on deck for a rather quiet table sale. We still raised £67 and had a useful morning talking about the project and all the progress we have made so far. Kings Church will also be making a donation to BHP from the takings of the event as a whole
Mounted photographs donated by Battle Photographic Society are now for sale in Battle Deli (58 High Street), proceeds going to Battle Health Pathway.
Go in and take a look at them, the pictures here really don’t do them justice!