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Southbourne Tennis Club Disability Programme

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Dan Gilbert

Southbourne Tennis Club Disability Programme

Raising money for
Bright Ideas for Tennis

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Total raised
£30.00

Target
£200.00

15%

Donations accepted until 30-04-2017

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About

I am sure like me you have been inspired by the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games and now would like to ensure that we continue the legacy that leads to many more disabled and able-bodied people having the chance to participate in sports of all kinds.  Here at Southbourne Tennis Club we would like to continue and expand the work we currently doing to guarantee opportunities for all.
At Southbourne Tennis Club we have many people playing tennis with different impairments and disabilities.  We strive to have an open door policy and be able to offer tennis as an all-inclusive sport. We have over 110 participants a month who have an impairment or disability.All the funding raised will go towards maintaining and developing this programme, we appreciate any support you can give us.

Event details

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The 4th Forte Village 24Hr Tennis Marathon

For the 4th straight year, Bright Ideas for Tennis will be playing tennis for 24 hours continuously. This year the 2 Tennis Pro's playing throughout will be Danny Sapsford and Wimbledon sensation Marcus Willis. Play will take place at the NTC, Roehampton, beginning on Saturday 25th February 2017.

Event date

25-February-2017 12:00  - 
26-February-2017 12:00

Event type

24Hr Tennis Marathon

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Donations

Give it the beans Dan
Donation by Mumma and Papa Walsh
on 25-02-2017
£20.00
£5.00 gift aid
Donation by Anonymous
on 24-01-2017
£10.00
£0.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £30.00
Offline Donations: £0.00
Total Raised: £30.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £35.00

Donations closed

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