Burnham and District
Model Railway Club
Limited Edition 00  Wagons Section
 

               COMMUNITY SUPPORT PAGE 1

  The total now given to worthy causes is £66,043.12 from the sale of our wagons.

 Presenting a cheque for £648.30 from the profits of the Parrett & Axe Vale Dairy tanker to Roy Hole from SURE to help in the fight against cancer

 Ross Aitkin with a cheque for £540.22 from the club for the Coker Rope and Sail Trust to help with the restoration of the Dawes Twineworks from the profits of the Dawes Twineworks wagon. 

 From left to right, John handing a cheque for £295.43 from the sale of Black Rock Quarries wagon to Paul Hillman, right Keith Price handing a cheque for £2000.00 from the Weston Show. All in aid of the Castle Kids Club.

Handing a cheque for £586.73 from the profits of the Primrose Dairy tanker to Mark Poarch, Chief Executive of BRACE to fund research into Alzheimer's

 

 Handing a cheque for £977.19 from the sale of the Black Quarries wagons and the Thatchers Cider fruit mex van, (Weston Show specials) to Sally Davis Community Fundraising support officer of Weston Hospicecare.

 Handing a cheque for £652.14 for the Blond McIndoe Research Foundation, from the sale of the Southdown & East Grinstead wagon, to Mrs Samantha Cutler Research Assistant in Cell Delivery with Professor Tony Metcalfe Director of Research looking on. This will help with vital research for those who suffer burns. 

 Handing a cheque for £622.50 from the sale of the Shepherd Neame wagon, to Marie Turner & Rosemary Bartholomew, to help with the work at Hastings & Rother Voluntary Association for the Blind, VIP Club. 

 Handing a cheque to the ticket collector for £281.96 from the sale of the Williams Dairy tanker for the lavender Line Preservation Society.

 Handing a cheque for £810.16 to volunteer Tara Necklan from the sale of the Norman Hunt, Hairy Pig wagon for the work of Autism Sussex at Roebuck Centre. 

 Handing a cheque for £625.74 to Jan Sellers and Peter Broughton from the sale of the Fresh Fish from Hastings Fleet wagon in aid of the Hastings Fisherman's Museum.

 John handing a cheque for £494.64 to Alison Upton fundraiser for ELF, the Exeter Leukaemia Fund the money raised from the sale of the St Austell Brewery wagons.

 Handing a cheque for £633.08 to Ian Ritchie Snr. with Sandra and Jenefer Ritchie of the Ian Ritchie Foundation from a donation and sale of the Perry's Cider wagons, to help those with Cystic Fibrosis.  

Handing a cheque for £331.39 from the profits of the May & Hassell wagon to Sharon, fundraiser at St. Margaret's Hospice.

 John handing a cheque for £480.28 from the sale of the Border Breweries van to Coleen Watkins, deputy charity director at Cancer Research Wales at the Penarth model railway show. 

Photo Mike Lang.

 The Town Crier ringing in the station sign helped with the donation of £1000.00 from the sale of wagons. The reproduced "Burnham on Sea station sign" with club members, also the Burnham on Sea Railway Heritage Group.

 

Handing a cheque to Geoff Boulton the Sandford Station Railway Heritage Centre for £195.50, from the sales of the Sandford Quarries wagons.

John Handing a cheque for £645.62 to Peggie Clark, Fundraising Communications Officer of the Devon Aim Ambulance Trust, from the profits of the sale of the Torbay Paint wagon.

 

 Handing a cheque to Silvia Arney for £528.47, from the sale of the Rhymney Brewery vans raising funds for the Guide Dogs for the Blind.

 Presenting Roy Hole a cheque for £595.79 from the profits of the sale of the Somerset, Dorset & Devon Dairy tanker, helping SURE in the fight against cancer

 Presenting a cheque to Jon Shoesmith CEO for £693.54 with Molly Johnson PR and Fundraising Support looking on to help the work with children at B.I.B.I.C, from the sale of the Marstons  tanker.

 

 Presenting a cheque for £764.15 from the sale of the Wilts Dairy United tanker to support the Archie Project to Emma Green manager at Reminiscence Learning. 

Presenting a cheque to Pat Gale of Breathe Easy, the British Lung Foundation for £678.85 from the profits of the sale of the Ridlers Cider tanker.

Handing a cheque for £677.76  to Ann Rhys Nurse Team Leader from the sale of the Dairymaid Butter van, with Pam Warren Fund Raiser looking on. 

 

 Mike Sebue physiotherapist receiving a cheque for £387.80 from the sale of the Cotteswold tanker No 2 to help Brainwave assist children with a wide range of conditions reach their potential.

 John Padgham, Chairman of the Lavender Line escaped from cooking duties to receive a cheque for £309.14, the profits from the sale of A.E.Lavender sand wagon No. 14.

 Handing a cheque for £648.25 to Marissa Lovell - Ford of the fundraisers team at St Margaret's Hospice from the profits of the sale of the Wilts United Dairy tankers.

Handing a cheque to Natalie from Tenovus Cancer Care for £1403.81 from the sale of the three runs of the Welsh Hills wagons at the Penarth Show.

 

 Handing a cheque to Dee from Cancer Research Wales for £410.80 from the sale of the Vizards container on a conflate at the Penarth Show.

Presenting Ashley Evans Chairman of the Burnham on Sea RNLI a cheque for £483.00 from the profits of the sale of the Sheppy Cider tankers in aid of the appeal for a new lifeboat.

 

 Handing a cheque for £550.00, the profits from the sale of the Wincanton Brewery wagon to the treasure of SURE to help in the fight against cancer. 

 Handing a cheque for £551.00 to Ali Turner for Tearfund's, NO CHILD TAKEN. From the profits of Weston's Cider tanker.

 Handing a cheque to the finance officer of the Gloucester & Warwickshire railway a cheque for £389.00, to help with the Broadway extension. Made from profits of the sale of the Cotteswold Dairy van.

 Handing a cheque for £448.00 to Michael Ferguson secretary of Exmoor's Allerford Museum, from profits the sale of the Fullford Phillips wagon. 

 Handing a cheque for £690.00 to Kylie Gallagher community fundraiser for the Children's Hospice South Wes, from the sale of the Thatcher's Cider vans.

 Handing Blair Chadwick fundraiser for Weston Hospice Care a cheque for £459.00 made from the profits of the sale of Thatchers tanker No. 4 

 Handing cheques £637.62 from the sales of the John Wainwright wagons 268 and 270 to John Baxter of the Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust in front of No 270

 Andrew Phillips of the Parchment Trust receiving a cheque for £500.00, from the profits of the Norman Hunt Cider wagons to help with the work with disabled young adults.

Santa on duty on the Lavender Line takes a break from the children to accept £619.80 for the Line from the profits of the sale of the Dickson & Church vans 1 & 2..

 

 Handing Paul Smith, Community Fundraiser South West for Brainwave a cheque for £698.66 from the profits from the Priory tea wagon, for the work with brain damaged children.

 Julie Draper fund raiser from St. Margaret's Hospice receiving a cheque for £712.24 from the sale of the Arnold & Hancock wagon.

 Handing a cheque for £460.59 to Margaret Gammon for the Coldharbour Mill Trust made from the sales of the Coldharbour Mill wagon 

Handing a cheque for £345.80 to Silvia Arney with her guide dog Lexi for the Guide Dogs for the blind Association from the profits from the Victoria Brewery wagons.

 Handing a cheque for £450.00  made from the sales of the Horlicks Farms & Dairies tanker to Rose Bridel P.R and Fundraising Administrator for B.I.B.I.C., (The British Institute for Brain Damaged Children)

 Handing a cheque for £739.54 from the sale of the Duchess of Devonshire tanker, to members of the Somerset Carers Group of the National Autistic Society.

 John handing Roy Hole from SURE, a cheque for £624.70 to help in the fight against Cancer, made from the sales of the Culm Valley tanker, many thanks to all who supported this.

Presenting Jonnie Angle, Manager of the Bristol Crisis Centre Ministries a cheque for £700.00 from the sale of the Timothy Whites and Taylors wagons.

 Handing a cheque to Jan Sellers for £633.92 raised from the sale of Hastings & Rye Fish van, for the Hastings Fishermen's Museum.

 John presenting a cheque for £633.02 to Mary Hancock, Deputy Chief Executive of the Somerset Community Foundation, Flood Relief Fund, from the sale of the Holts Brewery vans, many thanks to all who purchased them.

 Handing a cheque to Kylie Gallagher Community Fundraiser for the Children's Hospice South West, for £763.49 from the sale of the Coates Cider vans. 

 John handing a cheque for £715.34 from the sale of the Golden Pippin tankers to Aidre Puzey of Breathe Easy, part of the British Lung Foundation.

 Presenting a cheque for £664.80 from the sale of the Wessex Ale wagon, to Graham Hallsworth Deputy Ops Manager right with Mark Newman Chairman & Press Officer left with the Burnham Area Rescue Boat behind, while having a break from the floods on the Somerset Levels, many thanks for all who supported us with the purchase of these wagons.   

 

 Presenting Melanie Stevens Executive Assistant with a cheque for £270.30, the profits from the sale of the Thorne of Tiverotn container on a conflate. 

 Presenting Louisa James Community Fundraiser at the Weston Hospice Care a cheque for £742.60 from the sale of the Coates Cider tankers selling out at the Weston Model Railway Exhibition. 

 A cheque for £717.00 presented to Simone Joyce with some of the B.I.B.I.C. (British Institute for brain Injured Children) team, from the sale of the second Sheppy's Cider tanker.

 John handing a cheque for £930.00 to Paula Hullet fundraiser for the Children's Hospice South West from the sale of the Wilts United Dairy van No. 2 

 John handing a cheque for £750.00  to the scientist at the Blond McIndoe Research Foundation and being shown what they are working on.

 Presenting local volunteers from the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance with a cheque for £497.00, from the profits of the sales of the George Beer & Rigden Brewery wagons.

 John handing a cheque for £112.00 from the sale of the Lavender 2 coal wagon for the Lavender Line, to the loco driver of Austin 1

 John presenting a cheque for £360 from the sale of the second run of Brutton, Mitchell and Toms Brewery Wagon to Jill and Pete Tickner from the Friends of Mulberry House which will go towards maintaining a transport service for people suffering with brain injuries

 John handing a cheque for £374.00 to Alex Morgan fundraiser for Tenovus cancer care Cardiff.

Handing a cheque for £563.00 to Vicky Gordon Chairman of SURE to help in the purchase specialist equipment for the Beacon Unit in the fight against cancer, from the profits from the sale of the Lamb Brewery wagons.

John presenting Tina Viksna, Fund Raising Manager for the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance with a cheque for £677.00, from sales of the Badger Brewery wagons 

 Presenting a cheque to the Mayor of Taunton Deane councillor Libby Lisgo M.B.E for £715.00 to help the work of the Taunton Food Bank.

 Presenting a cheque for £477.80 to Gemma Steele the assistant fund raiser for the North Devon Chemotherapy Appeal, form the sale of the Plymouth Brewery's wagon.

 John handing a cheque for £655.50 to Saskia Pearlstone of Somerset Sight made from the sale of the Flint & Co Ltd Brewery of Canterbury wagons wagons

 John presenting a library trolley to Vivian Grief for the Tea Break Club, from the sale of wagons..

John handing over a cheque for £710.00, from the sale of the Battle Wine Estate wagon, to help with the work of the Parchment Trust.

John handing a cheque for £750.00 over for the Friends of Mulbery House, to help provide transport for people who have suffered brain damage.

John handing a cheque for £700.00 from the profits of the sale of the Kemp Town Brewery wagons to Wendy Hamed-Silver chairperson of the Hastleons.

 

John handing a cheque for £168.00 to driver Steve from the profits of sale of the Lavender sand wagon, in aid of the Lavender Line. 

 John handing a cheque for £588.40 for the Hastings Fisherman's Museum to Jan Sellers and Peter Broughton, from the profits of the sale of the Hastings Fish van.  

 

John handing a cheque for £550.00 the profits made from the first Plymouth Brewery van, to staff at North Devon District Hospital for the Chemotherapy Appeal.

John handing a cheque for £246.50 from the sale of Foxes wagons to Peter Fisher for the Coldharbour Mill Trust

John handing a cheque for £700.00 to Deborah Crockford for the St Margaret's Hospice from the sale of the second run of Thatcher's Cider tankers,  many thanks to all supported us in this.

John handing a cheque for £700.00 to the Rev Alan Thorp of the Railway Mission from the sale of the West Somerset Dairy and Bacon Co tanker plus donations from our customers and the club, on a wintery day at Taunton Station..

 

 John handing a cheque to Nurse Cathy Hull for £700.00, raised from the sale of Thatchers Cider tankers and donations from customers and the club.

 

John presenting David Byrne of Entertainment Workshops with a cheque for £500.00 from the sale of the Macfisheries wagon and a donation from the Club.

 

 John presenting Weston Hospice Care with a cheque for £350.00, from the sale of the Meaker wagon, and a donation from the club, with Keith Price organiser of the Weston Show where it was launched looking on. 

 
John presenting Jasmine Riches of Creech St Michael play group with play equipment from money raised from the sale of the Creech St Michael Paper Mill wagon, Many thanks for all who purchased the wagons.

 

Left chief executive Geoff Cummins holding banner, center John handing a cheque for £600.00 to Simone Joyce right, fundraiser for BIBIC,  Money raised from the sale of the Dorking Graystone wagon, gifts from customers and the club.

 Above letter of thanks from Alder Hay Childrens Hospital, for  £700.00  from the sale of the Knotty Ash Brewery wagon also donations from customers and the club.                    

 John presenting Bill Sivewright of the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance with a cheque for £630.00, from the sale of the Hall & Woodhouse, Badger Brewery wagons, donations from our customers the club.

John handing a cheque from the club for £110.00 to Rod Peters treasurer for the Lavender Line, from the profits from the sale of the A.E. Lavender wagons. 

John handing Neil Holford of 'Time is Precious' a cheque for £400.00 from the sale the Brixham Fish wagons, donations from customers and the club. 

 

John handing a cheque from the club for £700.00 to Joan Mac Allan of the Somerset Bowel Cancer Support Group, from the sale of the Marstons Brewery Wagons, donations from customers and the club. 

 

Myriam presenting a cheque fron the club for £620.00 to Darran Penfold of the St Michales Hospice, Hastings, from the profits of the sale from the Breeds brewery vans, donations from customers and the club.

 

 Roy Hole Treasurer and Vice Chairman fron SURE, Somerset Unit for Raidiotherapy Equipmint being presented with a cheque for £600.00. 

Above presenting Paula Hullet with  £700.00 for the Childrens Hospice South West from the sale of the Marks & Spencer wagons, donations from our custoners and the club.

 

Above Julie Draper receiving £1500.00 for St Margret's Hospice from the sale of the Taunton Cider and Nestle milk tankers.

 

Above Bill Sivewright of Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance receiving a cheque for £500.00 from the sale of our Simonds Brewery wagons and a donation from the club.

Above Pam and Andrew Butcher who kindly allowed us to commission the Battle Wine Estate van as a fund raiser for the Parchment Trust. 

Above Andrew Phillips of the Parchment Trust receiving a cheque for £1000.00 from the sale of wagons, donations from some of our customers and the club.

Many thanks to those who purchased our wagons and gave donations.

 

Above Louisa Sheppy who kindly allowed us to commission a Sheppy Cider van as a fund raiser for the British Institute for Brain Injured Children, seen here holding one of the wagons.

Above Haley from BIBIC receiving a cheque for £700.00 from sales, customer donations also a donation from the club.

Many thanks to all who purchased the wagon and made donations.

.Photo, St Margaret's Hospice.

Graham from TTMRC, Julie from the Hospice & John from B.D.M.R.C.   

Many thanks to all who took part in and supported the              St. Margarets Hospice Exhibition, we were able to hand over a cheque for £1128.50

Photo, Burnham on sea .com

John handing a cheque for £1100.00 to Ken Yendle of the Community Centre.

 Thanks to all who purchased the two brewery wagons that were a fund raiser to help with the refurbishment of the Burnham Community Centre.