The BAD Players

THE BLOFIELD AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY

Our charitable donations

 

So far, the BAD Players have donated a total of

£1,595 to good causes.



The proceeds from raffle tickets sold at our performances are all donated to charities and organisations chosen by the BAD Players.



‘Pantostein’ in February 2017: £215 to the Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre Norfolk, a registered charity that provides services, information and support to all those affected by a long term neurological condition. Pictured from left to right are Jaison Dobbs (Dr Frank N Stein), Sarah Coldham, Paul Ray (Centre Manager), Dianne Hill and Sue Garrod.



‘The Wicked Witches of Oz’ in February 2016: £200 to East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) which supports families and cares for children and young people with life threatening conditions.



‘Babes in the Wood’ in February 2015: £170 to Nelson’s Journey, a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved children and young people throughout Norfolk. Pictured from left to right are Dianne Hill, Tricia Sowerby, Richard Morton, Jo Tottingham and Barbara Basey-Fisher with Sarah Hyde, Community Fundraiser at Nelson’s Journey. We also donated £50 to Blofield Church.



‘Lest we Forget’ tea parties in September 2014: £50 to the Royal British Legion, together with our personal message on a symbolic poppy planted in a special ‘Flanders Field’ beside the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, Belgium.



‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ in February 2014: £220 to the Hamlet Centre Trust in Norwich, a local charity that supports children and adults with disabilities and £100 to Poppies Babies and Toddlers at Blofield Church.



‘Showtime’ in July 2013: £65 to the Hamlet Centre Trust.



‘Treasure Island’ in February 2013: £525 to the Hamlet Centre Trust. Pictured at the cheque handover are Richard Morton, Barbara Basey-Fisher and Alicha Palmer.




Thank you to those individuals and organisations for their generous donations of prizes and likewise everyone who has bought raffle tickets.


None of these donations would be possible without your support.

 

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