Clarendon Way walkers raise £1500 for Winchester Basics Bank

A gr2018_06_23 Clarendon Way walkoup of walkers took part in the Clarendon Way walk on Saturday 23 June to raise funds for Winchester Basics Bank. Signing up for a 5, 11, or 23 mile trek, the groups followed the route from Salisbury to Winchester raising over £1500 in the process on one of the hottest days of the year. If you weren’t able to sponsor those who walked, you can still do so here until then end of July.

Many thanks.

 

 

 

Clarendon Way Walk

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Come and join us on the Winchester Basics Bank Clarendon Way Walk!

Saturday June 23rd

You can walk the full 23-mile Salisbury to Winchester distance or walk just 11 miles or a shorter 5-mile route into Winchester.

We will transport you to your start point by minibus from St. Peter’s School, Olivers Battery Road North where you can park your car.

We will provide mapping and a number to call in an emergency. Refreshments will be available at the end of the walk.

There is no entry fee but we ask each walker to kindly raise at least £50 for Winchester Basics Bank using our MyDonate page.

If you are walking the full 23 miles then join us at St. Peter’s School at 7.30am. We suggest you bring your own lunch or eat at Broughton.

If you are walking the 11 miles (from Broughton to Winchester) or the shorter 5 mile route (from near Kings Somborne to Winchester) then join us at St. Peter’ School at 1.30pm.

There are a maximum of 30 places for the 23 mile trip and 30 for the shorter journeys so sign up now by emailing Mike Slinn at chairwinchesterbbank@gmail.com

 

March News

It has been a busy 3 months since the start of 2018. Our AGM was held on 21st March with a high attendance. Mike Slinn reported it had been another successful year for Winchester Basics Bank. We have fed over 3000 people, we have around 160 agents referring clients from around 70 agencies across Winchester and District. We can always do with more volunteers. After all the business had been dealt with Andy Brown from JobCentrePlus gave an excellent talk on the roll out of Universal Credit which will start in July 2018.

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On the same day two of our wonderful volunteers attended the Mayors Award for Voluntary Services ceremony at the Winchester Science Centre. Brian and Suzette have been involved with the charity for many years and we were delighted to nominate them for this award which is very well deserved.

We will be closed on Good Friday 30th March, and reopen on Tuesday 3rd April. We wish you all a happy Easter.