TWOAT supporters were very generous and we received a record number of donated bottles for our stall at the Walton May Fayre. This raised just over £270 with another 30 or so bottles left that can be used as raffle prizes and the like over the next few months.
The two 10-mile John Allinson Memorial Walks took place on Friday May 31st and Saturday June 8th. The first walk attracted 38 participants and took place in dry conditions. The second walk had 23 participants and were lucky in that the three periods of heavy rain coincided with a coffee break inside Dorking Golf Club and on the other two occasions when walking under substantial tree cover. The walk included a visit to the ruins of Betchworth Castle which many of the walkers had never previously seen. Money is still being collected from the participants’ sponsors but indications are that the £2,000 target should be reached.
Over sixty promises have been received to be included in the TWOAT Auction which concludes on June 29th. Depending when you read this there might still be an opportunity to place an online bid via the TWOAT web site www.TWOAT.org
The next two events for TWOAT will be selling Teas in Keith Lewis’ garden at 41 Shelvers Way during the afternoon of Sunday August 11th when it is opened as part of the National Garden Scheme and a BBQ being organised in aid of TWOAT by Roger Ponsford and friends in his garden at 54 Meadow Walk, Walton, on Sunday Sept 8th.
Please visit www.TWOAT.org for further information about TWOAT events and projects or to follow links to TWOAT’s online giving page, alternatively phone Mike Fox on 01737 350452.
Three entertainments rolled into one! Three entertainments rolled into one! The fabulous St Cecilia Chorus will be leading the singing, Jean Tattam and her culinary experts will be serving up an amazing meal and there will be the chance to bid for 25 great promises donated by local businesses and supporters. You could snap up […] Continue reading →
On Friday 31 May Digby the Australian Labradoodle, with his friends Bob and Jill Gunn, will be doing this figure-of-eight walk starting and finishing at Brockham Green. Designed so that you can do the full 10 miles or a 5 mile walk either morning or afternoon. Digby would love your company on the walk whether […] Continue reading →
TWOAT organised both a tea party and a curry dinner attracting over 100 people to St John’s Hall on Saturday March 30 to help support CRS, a project in India. They heard Revd. Anita Matthews, Trustee of CRS, which is based at the Cathedral in Kolkata, speak about its work amongst the very poorest slum […] Continue reading →
TWOAT is pleased to report that a suitable candidate has been found to be the outreach worker at the epilepsy Clinic which we are funding at Berega Hospital in Tanzania with money donated during our Christmas Appeal. He will be travelling to Kilimanjaro Hospital to undergo the training. You can see a photo of him […] Continue reading →
TWOAT invites you to find out why India still needs our help Saturday 30 March 3pm to 5pm and 7.30pm to 10pm St John’s Church Hall, The Avenue, Tadworth KT20 5DB Hear first-hand stories about the projects which TWOAT supports, helping slum-dwellers in Kolkata (Calcutta) towards health and self-reliance. Tiffin (afternoon tea) 3pm to 5.00pm […] Continue reading →
TWOAT would like to thank all those that contributed to their Christmas Appeal. Donations and events over the Christmas period raised well over £2,000 so they are in a position to fund the establishment of the Epilepsy Clinic at Berega Hospital in Tanzania as well as continuing to support health camps in Kenya to treat […] Continue reading →
There’s some great entertainment coming up this week. Just let me know if you would like tickets. The Greatest Showman — Singalong version. Thursday 8 November Riddell Hall, Walton at 5pm. Bring the kids! Adults £7, children £3. Family tickets also available. A charity film for TWOAT. The Jives Aces Live in Concert. Friday 9 […] Continue reading →
Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust held its Annual Meeting on Saturday October 6th during which Chair Mike Fox announced that TWOAT had been able to send sufficient funds so that two school lunches each week could be provided to 150 children of refugees in a camp near the Myanmar (Burma) border with Thailand. TWOAT […] Continue reading →
Tadworth and Walton Overseas Aid Trust received lovely photos of children appreciating their gift from a school for refugees from Myanmar which was helped to start giving their 150 pupils a school lunch. They had never previously been able to provide a lunch so they used part of TWOAT’s donation to acquire cooking and eating […] Continue reading →