Group 2000 dramatics group today presented the Governor with a cheque for £400 to go towards the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund. £400 was raised by the group through ticket sales of their recent presentation ‘We’ll Be Home for Christmas’. The event featured poetry and photographs from the First World War, drawing in an impressive audience of over 75 people.
Winners have been selected for Childline's yearly Christmas raffle. Results are available on the site (http://www.childline.gi/news/254-2014-christmas-raffle-winners) and below.
British Forces personnel presented a cheque for £335.30 to Dean Rogers, the Director of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity last week.
WO1 Mac McLoughlin and Pete Murray-Jones raised the funds by voluntarily taking visiting MoD personnel on guided tours of the WWII Tunnels, and asking for a charity donation for their efforts.
Youngsters from the Dolphins Youth Club recently organised a Christmas hamper to help fund club activities. The prize went to A Harris with ticket number 146.
The Gibraltar Youth Service thanked the community of Gibraltar for participating and buying tickets. It has been a great learning opportunity for the young people involved.
Earlier this week Ocean Village raised just over £400 in support of the GBC Open Day Fund, which has reached an all time record of over £100,000. The event saw the public donate spare change to a Money Trail.
Santa Claus returned to the Ocean Village promenade for the fundraising effort, with face painting, badge making and refreshments also available to those participating.