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Total Amount Raised
- The sponsorship money from the last of the corporate sponsors of this year's Fete has now been received, so the organisers are now able to announce that the total amount available for distribution is:
which includes raffle ticket money raised by various organisations.
- Cheques are on their way to all the beneficiaries: Willen Hospice, St Laud's Church and the various Village Organisations involved.
We'd like your Feedback!
- We are keen to make the next Fete even better. What did you particularly enjoy? What could be improved? Please let us have your comments. For your convenience, you can download the simple Feedback Form. This is a Microsoft Word document you can easily complete electronically and simply email back to email@example.com. If you prefer, print it out and hand to one of the organising committee, or just email or telephone us before 5 July. A couple of minutes spent providing your comments could make a big difference next time! Thank You!
- The winning team was Captain Carpet. The Barclaycard team came second.
Scarecrow Competition Winners
- The judges, Norman Arnold and Philip Smith, found it extremely difficult to pick a winner from the outstanding figures on display.
- Adult class:
- 1st, Betty Feasey's, as a traditional scarecrow it was outstanding, 13, School Lane.
- 2nd, Peter Soul, Big Ben the flower pot man, as the most novel. 23, Church road.
- Children's class:
- 1st, Lily, Archie and Tom Smith, of Park Road, a model the judges called the 'Sunflower Girl', but they believe it was a model of 'Snow White', she was so appealing. They win the tickets to Gulliver Land.
- 2nd, Joshua and Sam Brister, two kids on tricycles in Carters Close. These models were excellent.
- 3rd, The models of 'The Pole Dancer' and the little Sherington School girl, in Perry Lane.
- 4th, Ryan and Jemma Parkinson, with Lord and Lady Carter, in Carters Close. Very simple but so effective.
- Because of the very high standard, all the children's entries will receive a framed certificate, i.e. 1st, 2nd and Highly Commended for all the others.
- Although 35 question sheets were sold, only one was returned. The winner of the Family Ticket to Bletchley Park is Andrew Paul, with 28 correct answers.
Community Raffle Prize Winners
|Ticket No.||Prize||Sold by:|
|00082||Bowling tickets x 4||Book Group|
|00195||Indoor ornamental plant||On the day|
|00218||Garden oven/BBQ||On the day|
|00257||Reflexology||On the day|
|00270||Lock by Brinnick||MK Cardiac Support Group|
|00293||Tickets x 2 for MK Theatre||MK Cardiac Support Group|
|00297||32in flat screen TV/DVD/video||MK Cardiac Support Group|
|00308||Meal at The Robin Hood||Sold on the day|
|00317||Dinner for 2 at The Hilton, MK||On the day|
|00363||Bottle of Champagne||Sold on the day|
|00401||Garden Planter (M Watts esq.)||Book Group|
|00568||Woosterís Olney - handbag||On the day|
|00593||Bottle of whisky||Sold on the day|
|00594||Quality tennis racket||Sold on the day|
|00647||Family ticket for Bletchley Park||Pre-school|
|00735||£350 cash||On the day|
|00924||Garden Shrub (Flat Out Ironing)||St Laudís|
|01087||Family tobogganing at Xscape||On the day|
|01195||Moore Place Hotel, lunch x 2||Willen Hospice|
|01226||Mandala Voucher||Willen Hospice|
|01252||David Lloyd Leisure||Pre-school|
|01256||Hair Treatment by Changes||Pre-school|
|01335||Punch Optician eye test, etc.||Pre-school|
|01395||Hair & Beauty Manicure||Pre-school|
|01413||Friday night stay at The Queen Hotel||Pre-school|
|01534||Bottle of wine||Football Club|
|01578||Randolph Engineering Sunglasses||Pre-school|
|01579||Meal at The Mysore||Pre-school|
|01629||Meat Voucher Ė G J Douglas||St Laudís|
|01660||New Studio, Olney - teapot||St Laudís|
|01881||Aubergine Ė salt & pepper set||Twinning |
|01939||Comedy Club tickets x 2||Pre-School|
|01974||Fortnum & Mason Hamper||Pre-school|
|02018||Dinner for 2 at Courtyard||On the day|
|02064||Browns Cut & Finish||General fund|
|02202||Family ticket for Woburn Abbey||Sea cadets|
|02260||One hour ride in prestige car||Sea Cadets|
|02266||Morgan & Gilder Ė silk cushions||Sea Cadets|
|02331||Party Balti Curry Kit||St Laudís|
|02366||Frosts Garden Vouchers||St Laudís|
|02427||Bernard Crook Garden Vouchers||On the day|
- Thank you to everyone who participated. 1,999 tickets were sold. £350 went in prize money, but we still need to work out how much will be returned to groups who helped sell tickets. For the record, all proceeds sold by St Laudís went into the general fund for overall distribution. Thank you all very much. It was a tremendous result.