Help us build Cley’s curloo
Cley Parish Council is raising £40,000 (including VAT which we get back) to build a much needed accessible community toilet. We’ve been awarded a whopping North Norfolk Big Society Fund grant of £15,000 and a very generous Geoffrey Watling Charity grant of £1,000.
We’ve raised almost £8,000 in just three months from donations and ‘brick’ sales! We’re just £10,000 off the building costs. Thank you all so much for your support.
Lots of people have heard about us on North Norfolk Radio, and in the North Norfolk News! You can read about us here:
Would you like to buy a brick for £5? Or more?
It’ll take about 4480 bricks to build our toilet, so at £5 a ‘brick’ we’ll be on target. The more bricks you buy, the closer we are to our goal! ‘Bricks’ are for sale at Picnic Fayre, Cley and with each ‘brick’ you are automatically entered in a raffle to win a fabulous Picnic Fayre Hamper.
Would you prefer to donate by card, cheque or cash?
Or if you prefer to 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. Cllr Dr Victoria Holliday will accept cash on behalf of the Parish Council.
Any questions, please do get in touch with Cllr Dr Victoria Holliday on 07557054629, or the Parish Clerk on 01263513269.
Sample Cley’s finest baking at the legendary Pop up Café, Cley Village Hall, August 3rd and 4th
The legendary Cley Village Hall Pop up Café will run Saturday and Sunday August 3rd and 4th in aid of the Cley Curloo, offering a chance to sample Cley’s finest baking. Not to be missed!
Fabulous Auction of Promises Saturday August 3rd
We’re holding an amazing Auction of Promises in Cley Village Hall on Saturday, August 3rd, 6 for 6.45pm, sponsored by Butcher Andrews. Tickets will be £5. Bring your friends, bag a table and be entertained by Olly Day’s close up magic (he of Cromer Pier fame) whilst you decide what to bid for. Lots include: a week in a Grand Designs house on the Isle of Tiree, a week in a Wells Beach beachhut, a Poker masterclass, 4 tickets to the Mousetrap with a backstage pass, a day on sailing barge Juno, tea at Westminster with Norman Lamb, birdwatching with a national expert, half a day’s trout fishing, a tour of the Chelsea Physic garden, appearing in Raffaella Barker’s next novel, throwing a pot at Made in Cley, Jonny Webster’s Freshes catch of the day, a wine tasting by Mark Lynton, a tour of Bayfield Park, and many more exclusive experiences. We will accomodate online and phone bids for the major items if you can’t be there. Bring your chequebook as we probably won’t have a card reader.
Sport a Cley curlew T shirt to support the Cley curloo
We are now selling smart Cley curlew T shirts for grown ups and children at Picnic Fayre, Cley, and at St Margaret’s Fair, Saturday July 27th. All proceeds to the Cley curloo.
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.
Keep up to date here
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Thank you again for your support!