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£1,901
raised of £2,000 target by 62 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,901 to fund the refurbishment of the tearoom and buy a new mobile net for Denby CC.

    Denby, West Yorkshire
    Funded on Monday, 1st August 2016

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    Story

    We're off for a walk or three: leaving the cricket club early on Sunday 17th July, driving up to Ben Nevis, walking up and down, driving to Scafell Pike in the lakes, up and down that, driving to Snowden, ditto, and then driving back to the club to play in, umpire and score the u15s game, and maybe have a drink.

    That's 953 miles of driving, (the hardest bit?) and nearly 24 miles of walking, including 3064 metres of climbing. All in 36 hours. Easy!

    We need the funds to put in a new kitchen (current one very dilapidated), and buy a new mobile cricket cage and net (current one falling to bits).

    Pud (Andrew Pickford) reckons he might be able to raise a grand by himself, just by being the most popular postie in West Yorkshire, but the rest of us are probably going to find it easiest to ask people to contribute via this page.

    Please give generously: the club really needs the money. Many other cricket clubs would be able to pay for such improvements through their fees for junior players. In contrast to this, all outdoor cricket at Denby costs just the £3 paid to join at the start of the season. We want this to carry on being the case.

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    • James Gumpert4 years ago
      James Gumpert

      James Gumpert

      4 years ago

      We did it! It hurt, but we did it! Snowdon and Scafell Pike in lovely sunshine, Ben Nevis in the bitter cold with driving rain: feet sloshing about in wet boots. Many thanks to everyone who has sponsored us so far: we're well on the way to reaching our target on this page and with Pud's efforts and other cash we should be nearing our overall target of £3000. And thanks to our two amazing drivers: Mann and Lloyd. We couldn't have done it without you. Here's a photo from the top of the first peak conquered, Snowdon.

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    Supporters

    62

    • Nick, Janet, Rosie, Holly and Daisy xxxx

      Nick, Janet, Rosie, Holly and Daisy xxxx

      Aug 1, 2016

      Well done!

      £10.00

    • Gill Russell

      Gill Russell

      Aug 1, 2016

      Well done to the Gumperts! So proud of you !!

      £15.00

    • Alan & Katharine Vautrey

      Alan & Katharine Vautrey

      Jul 30, 2016

      £10.00

    • The Wormys

      The Wormys

      Jul 30, 2016

      Sponsor money for James & Andrew - thanks to family, friends and colleagues who sponsored them 😊

      £500.00

    • Anthony and Sandy

      Anthony and Sandy

      Jul 27, 2016

      Jamie - well done to you and the rest of the lads. I'm sure you will all be reminiscing about this for years to come!

      £30.00

    • Ken and Jenny

      Ken and Jenny

      Jul 27, 2016

      Well done Jamie

      £30.00

    • Nicky Foster

      Nicky Foster

      Jul 25, 2016

      Well done!

      £10.00

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    James Gumpert

    James Gumpert

    Denby, West Yorkshire

    It's not just me doing it! I'm just the dogsbody organiser. Walkers: Andrew Pickford (Pud), Jimmy Gumpert (Vicar), Carl Auckland, Michael Stancliffe (Stanny), Andrew Wormstone, James Wormstone, George Gumpert, Brian Maher and Pat Maher. Drivers: Bruce Atkinson and Michael Mann.

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