Successful events in 2017

The Caistor Tea Dance on the 12th March raised a total of £575, including sales of tickets for the next Tea Dance on 12th November 2017. Well done to Alan and Margaret for organising the event which was enjoyed by all who attended.

The Gin-tasting night on 7th April was very well attended and everybody had a great time. Over £1700 was raised for Hope.

 

Italian Meal at Il Mulino Hebden Bridge.

Wednesday, 17th May 2017. A great meal in a lovely restaurant, enjoyed by over 80 supporters. Just over £1000 was raised for Hope. Thanks to John Boggis for organising it and to the staff of Il Mulino for their generosity.

 

 

Hope Recipe Book

 

Have you ever wondered how to make egg roast, payasam or even potatoes with mustard seed? Our new recipe book of simple Indian cuisine will tell you how. There are 22 pages of recipes, both savoury and sweet and also instructions on how to make delicious, refreshing drinks. The spiral bound book will stand on any surface and all of the pages can be wiped clean.

All proceeds from sales will go to support Hope Community Village. The books cost £5 each and are available from Alan Dennis, Margaret Dennis and Danielle Miller. Postage and packing costs are: 1st class £2. Cheques should be payable to Hope Community Village. Please send orders to Alan Dennis, 36 Nettleton Road, Caistor, Market Rasen, Lincs, LN7 6NJ

 

Steve & Liv's Garden Party. Sunday 2nd July. Thanks to all who came and helped us raise over £1600!

 

The Gin Night on 7th April was a great success and raised £1700.

 

The meal at the Tharavadu Restaurant on 25th June. 

A great event yet again at Tharavadu with 70 very satisfied people attending and eating a fantastic meal.

Due the generosity of Sibi and his fellow directors and the supporters there we raised £2235.

 

Indian meal at Miller's Restaurant, Grimsby.

Sunday, 30th July 2017, Miller's Indian Restaurant, Waltham Windmill, Grimsby.

A lovely occasion where supporters enjoyed a fine meal in aid of Hope. Our thanks to Alan and Margaret for organising it and to the proprietor and staff of the restaurant. The event raised £635.