Out of the Shadows
When: Saturday 10 June 7.45pm – 11.30pm
Where: Compton Village Hall
Surrey Care Trust supporter Jon Fairclough is hoping to give his London to Edinburgh charity bike ride fundraiser a boost with a benefit gig.
The Out of The Shadows band (in which Jon is the bassist) will be playing on Saturday 10 June at Compton Village Hall from 7.45pm to 11.30 pm. Doors open 7pm.
Tickets cost £12 per person and are available from this JustGiving page. (Please name the people who you are paying for when you make your donation. People will be asked to identify themselves on the door and checked against a list of donors to this page).
Drinks will be on sale. Food is not provided, but you may bring your own.
Jon’s charity bike ride takes place in July will see him cycle from London to Edinburgh and back in just 5 days. That’s 900 miles. in total and 180 miles a day. Over the 5 days Jon will climb 33000 feet. That’s one third of the way to outer space!
If you want to make an additional payment, please make a separate donation at Jon’s fundraising page.
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When: Friday 23 June. 11.15am arrival for 12pm lunch.
Where: Her Majesty’s Prison High Down, Sutton
Tickets are £50 each, or £45 a head if booking more than 8 guests.
A dining experience with a difference: seasonal produce cooked and served by prisoners who participate in The Clink Restaurants’ training scheme within the
walls of this category B prison.
Special guest speaker: David Munro, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey
About The Clink
‘An arresting lunch’ The Standard
The issue of reoffending has become one of the most pressing challenges facing society today. It is now recognised that the record levels of inmates in prison is not helping to reduce crime.
The sole aim of The Clink Charity is to reduce reoffending rates of ex-offenders by training and placing graduates, upon their release, into employment in the hospitality industry.
Please note: diners will be required to undertake security checks in advance of the lunch
About David Munro
David Munro was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey in May 2016.
He is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle crime issues in Surrey in accordance with his his Police and Crime Plan.
David started his working life as an Army Officer (Royal Engineers), reaching the rank of Major before moving into a career in computer marketing.
Since then, David has spent over twenty years involved in Surrey public affairs – he has occupied several positions at Surrey County Council, including four years as Executive Member for Adult Services and two years as Council Chairman.
David has been involved in a range of community and voluntary activities including the Guildford Cathedral ‘Make Your Mark’ campaign which raised over £6 million for urgent repairs and renovations, leading the Surrey Civil Military Partnership Board which successfully raised the armed service’s profile in the county, and he is an Ambassador of the Surrey Community Foundation, one of Surrey’s most significant grant-giving charities.
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The BIG Yellow Duck Race
When: Friday 7 July 2017
Where: The River Wey, Guildford
Guildford’s most distinctive annual waterside fixture is is lighthearted sporting fun, featuring our 2ft-long ducks in a leisurely race for the finish and the Duck Trophy.
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