UPCOMING EVENTSWant to meet us? Come along and support us in the following places:JULY 2017:Saturday 8th July & Sunday 9th July – St Ives Carnival, Hill Rise Park, St Ives, CambridgeshireFriday 14th July – Hartford Infant School Summer Fete, Mayfield Crescent, Hartford, HuntingdonSaturday 15th July – Unity in the Community, Medway Community Centre, HuntingdonAUGUST 2017:Saturday 5th August – Action for Children Cambridgeshire, Woodland Lodge, Christie Drive, Huntingdon. PE29 6JDSunday 6th August 2017 - A Second Chance Rescue Family Fun Day, Ramsey Rural Museum, Wood Lane, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, PE26 2XD. Wednesday 9th August 2017 -Huntingdonshire Society of the Blind coffee and cake morning at All Saints Church, Huntingdon.Saturday 12th August & Sunday 13th August – Huntingdon Carnival, Riverside Park, HuntingdonSaturday 19thAugust & Sunday 20th August – Ramsey 1940’s, The Camp, Wood Lane, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. PE26 2XB
BRoW4 have had a very successful, and very busy!) June, and attended five events around Cambridgeshire, raising awareness of our Bike Run or Walk (with or without a dog) for Your Local Air Ambulance event, which took place on the last Sunday in the month. We’ve had a lot of support this month, and need to thank every one of you for your help, so a HUGE thank you from BRoW4!Our first event in June was the Huntingdon Riverside Gala on the 10th. We had an amazing cake donated to us by Mylene Wolfe, and many people stopped and admired it, then tried to guess its name. Our doggy treat tombola also proved to be very popular!The very next day we were at Papworth Festival Day with our ever popular teddy tombola, and the amazing cake, which sadly no one had won the day before. However, we did get a winner at Papworth – the dog was called Fifi!Wednesday the 14th we enjoyed the sunshine with a stall outside at the Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind’s craft fair. We sold a lovely crochet blanket, which has been admired by many, including our Accounts Manager Jo!It’s the start of the school fete season, and the first that BRoW4 attended was at St John’s Church of England School, which was held on the 30th June. They had a lovely sunny day for it, and the children enjoyed our teddy tombola.Sunday the 25th of June we held our annual Bike Run or Walk 4 air ambulance charities and Family Fun Day at Ferry Meadows, Peterborough. We were surprised by a few late entries, but they were made to feel very welcome by our amazing team of volunteers.
The weather was perfect for us – not too hot, a nice breeze, and though we were certain that we were going to get a soaking at one point, the rain held off. The Mayor of Peterborough started the event off (by breaking the air horn!), which gave us the first of many giggles that day.Everyone enjoyed the stalls, the ice cream van and the burger van. Ice creams were especially enjoyed by the bikers and runners, and the children loved the face painting. We also brought along a new game of archery – the big kids enjoyed this most!To everyone that attended this event, a HUGE thank you, and we hope to see you all again next year.