LETTERS

Alzheimer’s Society (North Somerset Branch)

Avalon Camps, Mark, Somerset

Burnham & Highbridge Sea Cadets, Somerset

Burnham-on-Sea RC Church

Cheddar Local Action Team

Children’s Hospice South West

Churchill Music!

Crook Peak Parish, Somerset

Crook Peak Project, Somerset

Cross Memorial Hall, Somerset

Friends of Axbridge Church, Axbridge, Somerset

Friends of St Gregory’s Church, Weare, Somerset

Friends of Weare Church, Somerset

Headway Somerset (The Brain Injury Association)

Locking Primary School, North Somerset

Loxton & Christon Village Hall & Churches, Somerset

Mid-Somerset Alzheimer’s Society

National Association for Children of Alcoholics, Bristol

National Gardens Scheme

Our Lady and the English Martyrs RC Church, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Our Lady Queen of Apostles RC Church, Cheddar, Somerset

Prostate Cancer Care & Research Centre, Bristol

Royal National Institute for the Deaf, Bath, Somerset

Somerset Association for the Blind

Speak Up Somerset

St Andrew’s Church, Compton Bishop, Somerset

St Mary’s Church, Wedmore, Somerset

The Kings of Wessex School, Cheddar, Somerset

The SWORD Fund, Bristol

Weare First School, Somerset

Wedmore Tuesday Club, Somerset

Wedmore Twinning Association, Somerset

West of England MS Therapy Centre

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics Club, North Somerset

Weston Hospicecare

Weston Woodturning Circle

Winscombe Primary School, North Somerset

Wrington C of E Primary School, North Somerset

Wavering Down

THANK-YOU NOTES

Open days and charity events at Wavering Down House and Gardens have so far raised more than £75,000 for good causes.

Highlights at Frankie Howerd’s former home in Cross, near Cheddar, Somerset, UK, have included:

An Up Pompeii party
A concert with The Wurzels
A classic car rally
Opera by singer Tim Pitman
Jazz in the Garden
Tribute bands Abba 2 Bjorn Belief and Kings of Queen

Many charities, primarily in the South West of England, have been helped by money raised at these events.

Click on the list on the left to see a selection of excerpts from the lovely thank-you letters we have received.

Prostate Cancer Care & Research Centre, Bristol

January, 2007
Thank you so much for your interest in supporting the Prostate Cancer Care and Research Centre and the cheque for £326.26. The Prostate Cancer Care and Research Centre at the Bristol Urological Institute is dedicated to improving our knowledge of this dangerous disease, which can affect men who may only be in their 40s and 50s, although obviously this is often seen as a disease in older men. We have a two-pronged research programme. One is trying to develop a better understanding at the molecular level of prostate cancer and the other is making sure we have adequate information about the best clinical methods of treating patients with cancer. Following completion of our building we are now making a start on equipping the laboratory floor and we do still need to raise funds to equip our larger laboratory, which will be used for research into prostate cancer, as well as other urological cancers. Thank you again for your support.

FAMOUS GOOD WISHES

 

Letter from the Queen

 

Letter from the Queen

 

Letter from Prince Charles

 

Letter from Camilla

 

Letter from Blair