The previous couple of months have been very busy with much to do and new venues visited. The highlights of our major activities in September are featured below which were all well supported by you, the generous public.The first was on September 3rd, the Coneygear Park Summer Gala which attracted hundreds of visitors who had plenty to see and do including a Petting Zoo where Councillor Patrick Kadewere was impressed with all the birds and a chance to add security to your bike by having it stamped with your post code completely free! And, it goes without saying, a huge thankyou to all of you who supported the BRoW4 stall!A few days later, on September 9th, in beautiful weather for a beautiful setting in Haddenham. The Haddenham Steam Rally has always been a favourite of the BRoW4 team. Watching the small and large steam engines go past the stall, the Heavy Horses in all their fineryand so much else to see. BRoW4 had another successful day in fundraising.Another fantastic day, September 24th, was Plough Day at the Ramsey Rural Museum. We set up the BROW4 stall along with the many other stalls always at this event. We were very busy but still had some time to be entertained by the wonderful Morris dancers with their different style or set of dancing. There were two types of horse power ploughing the fields from the four legged variety to the wheeled variety. It certainly brought back history. As always, many stalls were at this event as well as the Whittlesea Straw Bear.The last event in September was on the 30th at Gildenburgh Water, Whittlesey. This was a first for BRoW4. As many of you know BRoW4 is an acronym for Bike Run or Walk with or without your 4 legged friend.
So for us to organise an Underwater Challenge was a challenge. But all good things came from a wonderfully turned out day. We were overwhelmed by the dedication and support of the scuba divers that had travelled some vast distances to take part in this event. The weather was kind, a beautiful sunny day and the children all enjoyed the face painting , bouncy castle and hook a duck whilst the adults won lots of prizes in the amazing well donated raffle. The RNLI made an appearance on the day and so did the local Mayor. We would like to say a huge thank you to Pauline Forster, the owner of Gildenburgh Water, for making everyone so welcome. Thank you also goes to Lois Cordelia, Mylene Wolfe, Azure Flying Club and Dion Gallichan and for their amazing donations.