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Closed 07/06/2020

8%
£404
raised of £5,000 target by 10 supporters

    Weʼve raised £404 to help fund the purchase and installation of new play equipment for children in the community on Elton Jubilee Sports and Recreation Field.

    Elton, Derbyshire
    Funded on Sunday, 7th June 2020

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    Elton Jubilee Field was founded in 1977 when the village came together to fundraise and purchase the field for the community and wider public to have a safe place for sports, play and recreational activities. The field is a registered charity (no. 507662) and managed by a small committee of volunteer trustees.

    Over the past decade the field has undergone a much needed improvement project which aims to replace the dilapidated Pavilion with a state of the art club house and install a new multi use games area and new children’s play area. A massive amount of fundraising has been undertaken over the years from within the village to build the clubhouse and make it a reality. The focus is now turning to purchasing a new children's play area to replace the old one which has been in place for over 20 years.

    Images attached show plans that were originally proposed before the Coronavirus pandemic. These plans were costed at £48,000 plus VAT. With money now being tight across all sectors, we are now having plans redrawn for a similar scheme at £25,000. This is still a tall order but more achievable and realistic. We are willing to work tirelessly to raise this amount on behalf of our committee, community and young children.

    As well as fundraising through this page, we will be raising funds from within the community and applying for larger grants from other sources. In the meantime, however, this page is an opportunity for you to show your support, contribute what you can and help show community spirit in making this happen. Please help however you can - financially or by spreading the word.

    Thank you in advance for any support you give.

    Colin Swindell (Elton Jubilee Field Trustee)

    Charity Number 507662

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    • ELTON JUBILEE FIELD1 year ago
      ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

      ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

      1 year ago

      This is the visual display of the proposed play area. The fence is an optional extra.

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    • ELTON JUBILEE FIELD1 year ago
      ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

      ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

      1 year ago

      Here are the plans for the new play area...

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    1 year ago

    ELTON JUBILEE FIELD started crowdfunding

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    Page last updated on: 2/15/2020 15.17

    Supporters

    10

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 15, 2020

      £61.50

    • Elton Quiz January 2020

      Elton Quiz January 2020

      Feb 15, 2020

      £108.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 23, 2019

    • Rosie and Mike Janes

      Rosie and Mike Janes

      Sep 16, 2019

      £50.00

    • Gary and Valda Sampson

      Gary and Valda Sampson

      Jun 18, 2019

      £50.00

    • Liz

      Liz

      Jun 17, 2019

      Elton is a great community!

      £50.00

    • John Wright

      John Wright

      Jun 14, 2019

      £20.00

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    ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

    ELTON JUBILEE FIELD

    Elton, Derbyshire

    Elton Jubilee Field is a registered charity run by a group of volunteer trustees who aim to provide a safe community space for sports and recreational activities. Fundraising is being carried out by Colin Swindell who is a Jubilee Field Trusteee, District and Parish Councillor.

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