At the 2019 exhibition we collected for two charities, one in Kettering and one in St Neots. £75 was raised for each of the following charities by collecting donations for the ‘Left Luggage’ Cloakroom; kiddies stool hire and ‘Drive a Train’ on the childrens’ layout Shabbey Road.
Thank you for your donations
Cransley Hospice Trust in Kettering
Cransley Hospice Trust pays for hospice care services to be provided to those who need it; it is free to patients and their loved ones.
The services are provided in the hospice (in-patient unit) and also, in the place where the patient lives (Hospice at Home).
The Trust is based on London Road in Kettering
Samuel Pepys School in St Neots
Samuel Pepys School is a Cambridgeshire area special school for children and young people with moderate, severe and complex special educational needs, serving St Neots and the surrounding villages.
The Friends of Samuel Pepys Association is a registered charitable organisation, which aims to raise additional funds for the benefit of the pupils.