As many of you will know we always support Cornish based charities, organisations and individuals. We feel it is important that all as the money is raised in Cornwall it should made available to help Cornish people. As there are so many good causes to support it is always difficult to make a final decision and this year has been no exception! However, for the 2016 Bale Push we have chosen Cornwall Hospice Care [in memory of Father Morley], Motor Neurone Disease Association [Cornwall Branch]and Help Izzy Walk as our main organisations. We will of course be making our usual donations to Crantock SLSC and Holywell SLSC and other local organisations.
Here is a little information about each one….
This Press Release was released to the Cornish Media this Morning.
Crantock Bale Push 2015 is hoping to beat all previous records once again in its highly enjoyable and celebrated annual Fund Raising event in the centre of beautiful Crantock village.
Last year alone an astonishing £10,000 was raised and distributed in the hugely popular Crantock village event, 'It is astonishing that such a wonderful sum was raised by the record number of 147 teams in one evening,' said Chairman Nigel Eustice.
A record number of teams raced huge straw bales around Crantock Village last Friday evening whilst helping to raise a record sum of money at a wonderful annual evening of fun and Fund-raising.
Crantock Big Bale Push hosted an incredible 146 teams of four of all ages, who all enjoyed competing with each other whilst raising a record amount for Charities.
Local ex Newquay Hornets RFC player will be taking part on a solo 10 day cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End starting on 4th September.
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:• Crantock Church Roof • Macmillan Cancer Support in Cornwall • Cubert School • Crantock Memory Café • St Petroc’s Society