People who have benefited


The Ockash Trust reward Max ‘Power’ Hinds
It was our pleasure to reward Borrowash 5-year-old Max Hinds, who woke up one morning during lockdown and said he wanted to raise money for the NHS. So, he rode a very long way on his bike, helped by his Dad, and raised over £1000 for Derby Hospital! Our very own Sir Tom Moore. Here is Huw Morgan, Chair of Ockash being shown Max’s artwork to support the event, and in return Max got £50 to spend how he’d like. If you’d wish to nominate someone who lives in Ockbrook and Borrowash, under 18, who’s made a difference in their community and you feel should be rewarded for it.


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Wide Screen, TV, DVD & Video Recorder purchased for Queens Hall Women’s Refuge.


Kids on PC Phil Day’s Police/School’s Liason Project, having loads of fun.

Sponsored by the OCKASH TRUST

 

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Tracy Steare Ockash Trust Member presents a cheque to Borrowash Pre School Playgroup.


Youth United a Borrowash Youth Club receive a cheque from the Ockash Trust’s Jeff Martin & Huw Morgan hue

awards1awards2The fifteen members of the trust raise money in the community for projects that benefit young people in Ockbrook and Borrowash.The awards were presented to Redhill Primary School for specialist art equipment and The Ridings Pre School Playgroup for needed improvements. They both received £250. Seventeen-year-old Beth James of Ockbrook was given £300 towards a trip to Belize with the World Wide Challenge and £500 to Charles Eardley, Alex Bulman and Sam Turner. The three members of the 147 Borrowash Scouts have been chosen to take part in the World Scouts Jamboree in Thailand.


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The trust vice chairman Huw Morgan said “It was fantastic to be presenting the first awards, this is what the Ockash Trust is all about. We will be running several fundraising events again this year and hope people will continue to support us as”. Anyone wanting more details of the Trust can visit the web site www.ockash.org.uk

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