at Shooters Hill Sports & Social Club
organised by Daren and Jackie Parr
All the team at CDK would like to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone who came to our fundraiser on Saturday.
Everyone got into the spirit and a good old sing song and knees up was had by all (and a few tears!)
A special thank you to Jackie Parr for organising it. To say you done a excellent job is an understatement!
Thank you also to everyone who contributed towards the Raffle and Auction prizes. Your generosity shows no bounds xx
Thank you to Dean Ferris who was far more than a singer on the night and made it special.
Thanks all to all the generous people who made the night such a success! A big thank you to John and Lorraine (Frensham Electrical Services) who on their way out thanked me and Jackie and donated £200 towards our final figure.
Last but not least, to Shooters Hill Sports & Social Club who not only let us have the hall for free but decorated it for us too.
We won’t get the final figure for the amount raised for a bit but it was over an AMAZING £5500
I was touched and will be forever grateful for all your kind words and thanks on the night, but really it’s you who should be thanked.
LONDON LIVE INTERVIEW
at the Rugby Tavern, WC1 on the 13th December 2018
£504 raised for The Taxi Charity for Military Veterans
(Our Just Giving is now just over £4k)
It was a particularly special evening with the premier of our Cab Wash video
Huge thanks to Jon Cox Photography for creating this masterpiece
With special thanks to the Rugby Tavern, Sarah Smith (our Quizmaster) and Ubiquitous and Plan Insurance for making this a night to remember.
The generosity shown by all was outstanding.
(Click image for larger view)
CHARITY CAB WASH
£657.75 raised for the Taxi Charity for Miliary Veterans
This was our first attempt at doing a Fundraiser, we have a massive target of trying to raise £20,000 for The Taxi Charity For Military Veterans. If I am honest we were all a bit apprehensive as to whether the day would be a success. The GoWashMyCar team was there early, along with ourselves getting set up. A massive thank you to them for all their help and the fact they were giving their services, use of machines and products for free. All we needed now was a bit of luck with the weather and some cabs to wash. By 10am we were ready
On Monday 5th of November Brian and myself attended Hall Place in Bexley for the unveiling of the ‘There but not there’ Tommy statue. There were six cabs bringing the veterans in from London, Kent and Essex. A,ll immaculately turned out for the occasion. On arrival, we were all given tea and coffee and after a few introductory speeches the veterans were given a tour of two exhibitions, the first being WW1 and then WW2. After a short break to freshen up all the veterans,