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Hoveton Norfolk Day Celebration

£500 for Hoveton's Norfolk Day Celebration

April 2024

Roys have donated £500 to the Friends of Hoveton Village Hall to help towards their Norfolk Day Celebration. The money will help fund the attendance of St John's Ambulance Service to provide first aid for the event, the children's entertainer and games area.

Edith Cavell Primary School

£250 for School Bereavement Reflection Area

April 2024

Roys have donated £250 to the Edith Cavell Primary School to help with the creation of a reflection area for bereaved children to visit to remember lost loved ones. They will be able to create their own memorial stones to place in the reflection area.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

£640 for Suffolk Wildlife Trust

April 2024

Roys have donated £640 to fund 4 trail cameras for the Trust's Wilder Schools & Farming Outreach Activities around the Worlingham Marshes. The project aims to help children see what wildlife is present on their school grounds to help them connect with nature and help farmers understand what is on their landholding and improve their habitats.

Costessey Dementia Cafe

£250 to help Costessey Dementia Café

March 2024

Our £250 donation will help provide activities such as books, crafts & games. The café which is run by Costessey Town Council is a free drop in session for carers and the cared for to meet others, share experiences, and gain advice & support.

Social Enterprise Moments

£250 to Help Pop-up Community Café

February 2024

Social Moments Enterprise is a newly established charity aiming to foster community cohesion and address issues of isolation, food insecurity, and lack of afordable spaces for socialising. Our £250 donation will help provide toys for a new pop-up community café & community hub in Rackheath. The charity later plans to expand to Hoveton & Sallhouse.

Adventure Riding Club

£250 to Provide Defibrillator

February 2024

Roys have provided £250 towards the cost of a defibrillator at Adventure Riding Club in Barnby, Suffolk. Having a defibrillator on-site could be crucial in an emergency at a rural site where it can take time for emergency services to respond to.

Hoveton Village Hall

£1000 to Help Village Hall Roof Repairs

January 2024

Roys have donated £1000 to Hoveton Village Hall towards the costs of roof repairs. The roof was severly damaged by storm Gerrit at the end of December last year.

1st Hetherset Scouting Group

£250 to Replace Scouting Equipment

January 2024

Roys have donated £250 to 1st Hethersett Scouting Group to help with the replacement of camping and kitchen items to help the group with a planned camping trip and cooking badge project.

Black Dog Music Project

£500 Donation to the Black Dog Music Project

January 2024

Roys are proud to have donated £500 to help the Black Dog Music Project with an all day music event they are running at Wroxham football ground on Sunday 12th May. The donation will go towards the cost of the stage needed to put on the event. The project is a user led organisation set up to provide a friendly space and music sessions for people with mental health issues and other disabilities. The event marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week which runs from 13th to the 19th May, and will also feature craft, food & drink stalls, and Norfolk's mental health & disability charities.

Autism Anglia

£250 to Help Allotment Project

January 2024

Roys have donated £250 to help Autism Anglia with getting their allotment ready for the summer. The allotment is educational for those the charity supports, as well as providing ingredients for other life skills sessions, and some of its produce being sold to raise additional funds.

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