We are delighted to announce that Seaford Rugby Club have added the Teddy Treats logo to their club shirts. The charity will also be featured in their 2016-17 club handbook. Let's hope their generous support brings them good luck in the coming season.
Between May and August there were a series of disco nights at the Old Boot Inn to raise money for Teddy Treats. Dancing and having fun raised £407 so a really special thank you to Tony Fowler for DJing free of charge and donating his fees and to the Old Boot for hosting the discos.
Thank you to Seaford Scene for spreading the word about the work of Teddy Treats. The story published in the July edition of this popular magazine is a great opportunity for local people to discover us and find out more about what we do.
Throughout the summer bikes, a trampoline and a basketball net plus various arts and crafts treats were brought and distributed to local children in need of a treat.
Another wonderful event that celebrated children having fun just becuase! Teddy Treats provided party bags and other special treats for the children that attended.
Brave Tammy Clark Knight and her brothers raised £253 for Teddy Treats by doing a parachute jump. We're really happy that they wanted to do this to help local children have some fun.
Ahead of next month's planned parachute jump for Teddy Treats, funds were raised in London at an awesome family fun day in Forest Hill.
As the chosen charity of the Young Mayor of Seaford, Teddy Treats was delighted to be presented with a cheque for £450 at Seaford Town Council. We'd like to say a massive thank you to Gabrielle Edwards for supporting us during her year in office. Good luck to Jessica Batchelor for the year ahead as the new Young Mayor.
Teddy Treats took a group of local children to the Royal Hippodorme Theatre in Eastbourne to see Rapunzel Rocks. Over £450 was raised by the Young Mayor of Seaford to pay for the tickets. We appreciate the support as much as the children enjoyed the show.
A huge thank you to the wonderful Lorraine Butterifled who ran the London Marathon for Teddy Treats raising £270 to make life better for local children.