FITZMAURICE PRIMARY SCHOOL
SOLAR SCHOOLS SPECIAL - UPDATE
Sunhats and shades non-uniform day raised £260
Dear <<First Name>>
Please take part in our Table Tennis Marathon on 26th April and Quiz on 3rd May - details below.
We're delighted to be working closely with the energetic Fitz Solar School Team and our quest to raise £16,000 for 40 panels by the end of July is well on course. Currently we have £5,242 which is enough for 13 solar panels. Add to this money already promised and projected totals from some upcoming events and we're already closing in on £10,000. We're really grateful to all those CFB members who have already contributed to the project, it's made a big difference.
We have just started to approach some local businesses with a view to them becoming sponsors. If you know of a company who may be interested in sponsoring do please let us know, or perhaps you can encourage your employer to support us. You can view details of the sponsorship package here.
With best wishes,
The Fitz Solar Schools Team
Now, we have several events coming up and hope you will be able to get involved …..
THE GREAT FITZMAURICE TABLE TENNIS MARATHON CHALLENGE
Saturday 26th April
Could you get a team of 4 together to represent CFB (or your own organisation or business or family)? You don't need to be a proficient table tennis player, just be able to keep the ball going for short rallies, a few shots at a time. It's not a tournament, more of a fun 'ping pong' session and you only need to be there for around an hour. More details.
Saturday 3rd May Upper Masonic Hall, Church St.
6.45 for 7.00
Calling all quizzers! Teams of up to 8, or just turn up on the night. £8 per person, to include a light supper.
There will be a raffle and reasonably priced bar. Tickets are available from Ex Libris and Christine's Sustainable Supermarket.
and later in the year …..
CHRIS GILES' AUCTION OF PROMISES
Saturday 27th June, St Margaret's Hall
Chris Giles, who runs Christine's Sustainable Supermarket is organising a fantastic Auction of Promises in June to raise the final bit of funding for us.
Offers so far include such things as: Italian lessons, a cake a month for a year, a weekend on a farm in Devon, a round of golf at Bowood and a meal cooked especially for you and served up in your home. There is also a 1.5 hour rugby coaching session for 30 children with Lewis Moody at BoA Rugby Club and we're working on the detail of how to organise this."SINGING FOR SOLAR"Saturday 7th June, Lamb Yard in the afternoonCome along and listen to the school choir and other musicians singing songs with a sunshiney theme.
Keep an eye on our "progress tube" in Christine's £523 raised at Sainsbury's bag packing Saturday