RNLI 200 Club October Results

This month’s draws took place on Friday 25th October at The Maltster’s Arms, Heybridge.

The weekly prize was £45.25 and the winners are:

No. 53 – Geoffrey Clark

No. 200 – Peter Stilts

No. 24 – Julie George

No. 132 – John Francis

Congratulations everyone and thanks for your support.

RNLI 200 Club September Results

The September weekly draws and third quarter Big Oars draws took place on Sunday 15th September at the Heybridge Basin family day, Daisy Meadow. The weekly prize was £45.25 and the winners are:

No. 135 – Daphne Howard

No. 156 – Doug Milsted

No. 86 – Julie Tolfrey

No. 134 – Buffer Cox

Big Oars Draws:

1st Prize £227.00 – Paul Rogers

2nd Prize £91.00 – Julie Burge

3rd Prize £69.00 – Freya Bryson

Congratulations everyone and thank you for your support.

RNLI 200 Club June Results

The June 200 Club weekly and 2nd quarter Big Oars Draws took place on Saturday 29th June at the Maltsters Arms, Heybridge.

The weekly prize was £46

No.61 – Bill Riches

No.59 – Jon Pain

No.195 – Julie Burge

No.143 – Ron Berry

Big Oars Draws:

1st prize £227 – No.7 – Bill Riches

2nd prize £91 – No.188 – Harley Swann

3rd prize – £69 – No.48 – John Timms

Congratulations everyone and thank you for your support.

Oars and Paws Fun Dog Show 2019 – Update

September 14th is the date of our fun dog show, so make a date in your diary! This will be our 16th Year!!

It will be held in the usual place, Daisy Meadow, Heybridge Basin with registration at 12 noon and first class starting promptly at 1.00 pm. Lots of fun to be had along with refreshments including home made cakes and biscuits and home made doggy treats.

Free entry to show with £1.50 entry per class for each dog. We are pleased to announce that one of our chosen charities to benefit from the show is the Cinnamon Trust. This is a national charity, which also operates locally, for elderly people (aged 60 and over), the terminally ill and their pets. Their primary aim is to help keep people and their pets together. This can include dog walking and pet care and short term fostering. They also provide long term care for pets whose owners have died or moved into residential accommodation which will not accept pets. Please look at their website for more details, cinnamon.org.uk.

Click on the link below for the entry form:

Entry Form Schedule 2019

Cheque Presentation and February Draws

We’re delighted to announce that we will be presenting our 200 Club cheque from the funds raised, including some very generous donations, last year at the annual RNLI Sherry Morning on Sunday 24th February. The amount of the cheque is a fantastic £5,020.00!!!

Prior to this, we will be holding the February draws with an estimated weekly prize of £45.50.

We wish to thank all our members for their valued and continued support.

January Draw Results and RNLI 200 Club Accounts 2018

The first draw for this year took place on Friday 1st February in The Jolly Sailor, Heybridge Basin at about 6pm. The weekly prize was £44.75 and the winners are: No. 42 Holly McPherson

No. 17 Harley Swann

No. 30 Ron Traynor

No.23 Malcolm Cork

It’s been a busy and successful year, building upon the previous years since we started the 200 Club for the RNLI. In total we have raised just under £24,000 given out in prizes and the same amount being donated to the RNLI.

We now have 181 numbers taken, leaving just 19 so if you’d like to buy an additional number (maximum of 5 per person) or know of anyone who would like to join, please contact us.

Please click the link below to view our accounts.

Thanks to everyone who has supported us.

200 Club accounts Jan Dec 2018

MLSC Sponsored Row and Gig Race 5th January 2019

With the West Merses Lifeboat crew on Just GeorgeAfter the race on board Just George with the West Mersea Lifeboat Crew

Great day yesterday at the Maldon Little Ship Club sponsored row in aid of the RNLI! We are immensely proud to announce that we raised a huge £5000 for the RNLI and won a number of awards including best fancy dress (this year was based on the Can Can girls), the Panther Trophy for the most money raised by a single dinghy and first multiple ladies team home.

IMG_5585Receiving the Panther Trophy for the most money raised from the Town Mayor of Maldon, Councillor Jeanette Stilts

It was quite chilly, but the crowds cheered us on and so the weather wasn’t an issue.

Thanks to everyone who came along and especially to all our members of the 200 Club and others who sponsored us.

…. and after the race, this is how we relax….!

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