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Posted on 17/07/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in General News Press Releases

Look out for our latest press release going out to the local media in the next few days.

Crantock Big Bale Push support new appeals for 2013

2013’s Crantock Big Bale Push event is this year supporting the Mid Cornwall branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Newquay Coastguard Association, Little Hearts Matter and Young People Cornwall for their main annual Fund-raising appeals.

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John “Casey” Richards retires from the Committee

Posted on 05/07/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in General News

Most people in the area know John as “Casey” – a name which has stuck with him for many years and dates back to the days when he was constructing the railway which runs in Trenance Park.

Casey has worked tirelessly for many years – supporting the Bale Push and leading the Committee as Chairman.

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This year we are supporting ...

Posted on 04/07/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in Charity Support General News

The Crantock Bale Push is all about supporting good causes and doing our part to give back to our local community. Each year the event is held to support a number of worthwhile organizations to help raise both money and awareness. This year we are supporting the following organizations:    • MS Society   • Newquay Coastguard Association   • Little Hearts Matters   • Young People Cornwall

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Notes from the Bale Push Organisers

Posted on 03/07/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in General News

The Bale Push is now in its fourteenth year and has gone from strength to strength. The original idea has grown into an event that has far exceeded the expectations of its founder members and the money raised now exceeds £55,000. Much of our revenue is provided by the individuals and companies to sponsor their space in this Magazine [we are of course hugely grateful to them]. That figure does not include the monies raised during the evening by the organisations that have their stalls on site or the monies raised by individual teams who have been sponsored to take part. Besides providing an enjoyable evening for all concerned; the evening does have serious intent and that is of course to raise money to support others with our local and wider community.

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A message from Father Jeremy

Posted on 02/07/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in General News

It just gets better and better year after year and it is always a blessing and a privilege to be part of the event. I am of course talking about the Crantock International Bale Push. I say international because over the years we have had teams from far flung places; Scotland (to this day I still wonder how the Scottish team got round the course as they were barely standing before they set off) and even Devon!! (I think Plymouth University sent one of their rowing crews once) neither were a match for the local surf lifesaving clubs and one particular local newspaper!!

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