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November 2017 - Quiz Night
Dear Friends, It is a pleasure to invite you along to the Queen Inn at Winchester on November 22nd 2017 for the first 1864 Fundraising Night. As well as the Quiz (2030 start), food will be available from 1900 and there will be a Raffle and Silent Auction. Cost is £15.00 per person, including food and quiz! or those who can't make the evening, there will be a chance to take part in the Silent Auction as this will run for a week either side of the quiz date with all items available via a brochure which will be available soon. If anyone would like to donate any Raffle Prizes, this would be a great addition to the evening. If you would just like to make a donation, please let me know and I can provide you the details. So, why not come along, have a great evening at one of Winchester's premier inns and help us raise funds for our dementia and mental health Memory Days. All details are on the attached poster, which please feel free to share with friends and colleagues and put up at work, community groups etc!! Many thanks, see you on the 22nd, and thank you for your continued support of 1864.
News Update – 26th April 2017
1864 received the following email from one of the guests who attended the 2017 season’s first Memory Day last weekend for Day 2 of the Hampshire game against Yorkshire.
It is lovely to receive such feedback, but it remains our privilege and pleasure to be able to host such people, and to provide something which means so much.
With the help of our donors and Hampshire Cricket, we will continue to work as hard as we can to provide more days such as these for people like this, and to provide cricket support throughout the year too.
News Update - 26th April 2017
Hello Jane / Simon
Just to say a big thank you for a great day last Saturday. It gave a much needed respite for all of us and especially my dad at a time when he has not been coping so well. It also got my mum out of the house and she had a really good day too.
It is so much more than just a ticket to see a cricket match.
It was a whole day of fun laughter and interaction with others and being able to encourage my mum to 'get out' as she has been lacking in confidence and suffering back pain and this has had a negative impact on the Alzheimer's and caused extra strain on dad. It provided my dad with much needed respite and to see my mum out and enjoying herself was therapeutic for my dad too.