Fundraising Event – 11th August 2015
A donation for £75.47 was raised by Mr Clayton Watts.
Dafen Cricket Club – 29th August 2015
A fundraising event has been organised in aid of Ty Bryngwyn Hospice.
Robert Davies Health & Fitness, Dafen
Charity Challenge – Saturday 29th August 2015. Flip'n Tyred'd, the name of the event, will involve flipping a 400lb tyre from Burry Port to Llanelli – a distance of 4 miles. The team hope to complete the challenge in less than 5 hours and are raising money for Ty Bryngwyn Hospice and Kidney Research UK.
Llanelli Star Cup/Fun Day – Sunday 30th August
A total of £119.94 was collected by Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Bucket Collectors. A further £54 has been received from the stallholders as well as £100 from the Star Cup Committee
Lammas Street Centre, English Baptist Church, Carmarthen – Thursday 17th September 2015
The Lammas Street Centre Committee nominated Ty Bryngwyn Hospice as one of their charitable organisations to receive a donation of £500.00. This generous donation was presented to the Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Trust Chairman, Dr Ray Majer.
Collection Box Donations
Thanks to local businesses and their customers for Collection Box donations:-
- Cut N Curl Hairdressers, Llwynhendy
- Burryport Weightwatchers
- Machynys Pharmacy
- Hospital Shop, Prince Philip Hospital
- New Drovers Public House
- The Railway Club
- Monday 12th October 2015 Launch of the Festival of Light, St Elli Shopping Centre
- Friday 18th September 2015 @ 7pm Charity Concert in aid of Ty Bryngwyn Hospice with Cor Meibion Llanelli Mansion House Hotel, Llansteffan Tickets £8 each Organiser Mr Peter Nurton in memory of his wife
- Monday 16th November 2015 Festival of Light Service of Dedication 630pm St Elli Centre
On Line Campaigns
- Bob Strasdin In memory of Bob Strasdin
- Stuart Prendeville Cycling accross the width of Wales in one night
- Katrina Rees Climbing the O2 arena
- Dan Stanley Pushing a tyre (a big one!) from Burry Port to Llanelli
- Jonathan Littlejohns Steve’s Runners (in memory of Steve)
- Stuart Bennett In memory of Stuart’s Grandfather