We’ve raised the final £10,000 to build Cley’s curloo!
Cley Parish Council is going to build a much needed accessible community toilet.
The fabulous Auction of Promises raised the final £10,000! What an amazing evening that was with Olly Day and his close up magic, fizz donated by Mark Lynton, and the amusing auctioneering of James Glennie. Thank you all so much for coming, for bidding and most importantly for donating such wonderful promises. Thanks also to our wonderful team of helpers in the Village Hall. We couldn’t have done it without any of you!
This £10,000, together with the whopping North Norfolk Big Society Fund grant of £15,000 and the very generous Geoffrey Watling Charity grant of £1,000, plus the £8,000 raised from donations and brick sales, means we now have £34,000 to cover the building costs!
We’re waiting for the planning application to be approved and then we’re off!
I can’t thank you all enough for your support. You have all been incredibly generous.
Cley curloo T shirts still for sale
Smart Cley curloo T shirts for grownups and children are still are for sale at Picnic Fayre, Cley.
You can still donate by card, cheque or cash
You can still donate by card, click on www.gofundme.com/Cleyloo to donate through our GoFundMe account.
Please send cheques (made out to Cley Parish Council) to the Parish Clerk at 7 Bridge Close, Cromer, NR27 0FJ.
Buying health and well being products online benefits us
Rebecca Pigott, who runs an online business with health and wellbeing products, is very generously offering 20% of her profits to the Cley community toilet. We are extremely grateful to her for her support. Find out more at rebeccapigott.flp.com.
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Thank you again for your support!