Save the Children is celebrating 100 years of making a difference to the lives of the poorest children in more than 60 countries worldwide and here in the UK.
Last Wednesday Preston Branch of Save the Children held a Centenary Fashion Show and Lunch at the Wyrebank in Garstang. Continue reading £1,500 raised at centenary fashionshow/luncheon
Forty volunteers from Rossendale branch of Save the Children made short work of preparing and delivering 660 plates of strawberry scones and sponge cake to shops, schools and businesses in the Valley, adding nearly £2,000 to the charity’s fundraising efforts for this year. Continue reading Rossendale Save the Children Strawberry Delight Day 2019
A delicious meal was enjoyed by Preston Branch and their supporters at Langs of Longton to celebrate Save the Children in it’s 100th Year.
Continue reading £962 raised by preston branch at the centenary lunch
A record £1,780 was raised by Rossendale branch of Save the Children in their Strawberry Delight Day. Volunteers made and delivered portions of fresh strawberry and whipped cream covered scones, as well as a slice of Victoria sponge cake, to businesses around Rawtenstall in what has become an annual tradition. Continue reading Rossendale Branch’s Strawberry Delight raises a record £1,780
A lovely meal was enjoyed by Preston Branch and their supporters at Langs of Longton raising precious funds for Save the Children. Continue reading Preston Branch raise £645 at their Annual Lunch
Two events during Save The Children Week brought in over £500 for the Rossendale branch. A day’s collecting at TESCO Haslingden netted £365 and a bric-a-brac stall at Rawtenstall market the following day added £150 to the Week’s total. Continue reading Save the Children Week 2018 – Rossendale Branch
Continue reading Rossendale Branch’s Strawberry Delight Day raises £1,724
Earlier today the Preston Branch and their guests were treated to an excellent lunch at The New Drop overlooking the beautiful Ribble Valley. Continue reading Preston Branch Lunch raises £600 for Save the Children