Cathy Keating and her friends for organising and singing in the Music to Delight concert raising £801.52, Willans LLP for a beautiful Carol Concert in support of LINC, Creed Foodservice for supplying the mince pies and Cheltenham College for their support at the Christmas Fair which raised over £3,000.
To Emporium on the Bath Road for supplying Christmas presents for the patients on Rendcomb Ward and Twyning carol singers who raised £600 for LINC.
Cheltenham Camera Club raised £665 and the team of walkers from Ecclesiastical in Gloucester who walked in memory of their colleague Roy Stewart who have now raised £5,000.
Will Young who ran the four marathons, Tom Murray for completing the Portsmouth Marathon and raised £471.36 and to Waitrose for their support in collecting the Christmas postage stamps in store. Daniel Morgan has already raised £1,017 ahead of his Tough Mudder.
Our patron, PJ Crook held a weekend Christmas sale in aid of LINC and the National Star Centre. She spends weeks painting miniatures for this event which are always in great demand. This year the event raised £16,000 in total which was divided between the two charities.
BPE solicitors for providing their time and expertise during the Make a Will Fortnight.
City of Gloucester Wine Circle who presented a cheque for £732 from their annual Christmas Concert at Churchdown School. The monies raised was from the sale of entry tickets and the huge raffle of donated prizes.
Wessex Garages for continuing to support LINC as their charity of the year.
The University of Gloucestershire and Cirencester Agriculture University for promoting the Bungee Jump.
Thank you to all of the restaurants that have supported Lunch Club, people who have sent in and trimmed stamps and the ladies who regularly make donations to the LINC shop.