Events

Forthcoming Events 

In 2018, we are planning a Cheese and Wine Swishing Party,
BB Joint Venture, Gift Day, Garden Party,  New Build Beetle and Afternoon Tea,
and a concert by Stonehouse Male Voice Choir.

3 tier stand of cakes

Please watch this space for more details!

Money raised through our fundraising events and activities

New building fund

2017 (as of October)

BB Lunch £150
OCD Furniture £30
Heart and Soul video £30
Garden Railway £72
Christmas Cards £80
Alastair McDonald Concert £1000
Lighthouses and Smartie Tubes £674
My Donate £1100
Sale of Silver Goblets £1000
Tea Ladies £500
Bag a Rag £65

2016

BB Lunch £170
PMOS £721
Gift Day £3657
Swishing Party £521
Hamper Raffle £610
Stonehouse Male Voice Choir Concert at St John’s  £913

2015

Eleanor’s Garden Party £710
Choir Coffee Morning: £378
Tea Ladies: £500
Cheese and Wine Fashion Show: £700
Soup and Sandwich Lunch – £160
Book Sale and As New Clothes – £355
Spring Fayre – over £630
PMOS Concert – £600

2014

Table Top Sale (November) – over £320
Swishing Party – £690
Concert at St John’s – £1525
Ceilidh – over £820
Paisley Concert Group – £600
Guild Spring Fayre – over £670
Table Top Sale – over £450
May Fashion Show – over £1010

Other

Christian Aid door to door collection May 2014 – £2225.65
Scottish Bible Society boxes – £270
A Place at the Table (C of S project for Syria) – over £200


 2013
Ceilidh – over £1000
The Spice of Life Show – over £1600
Silent Auction - over £1500
Guild Spring Fayre - over £880
Paisley Musical and Operatic Society Concert - over £430
Soup and sandwich lunch by Kilmarnock BB - £185
Stewardship Songs of Praise retiring offering – £200
Fashion Show – £880
Betty’s BBQ – over £1000
The Festival of Flowers – £2250
Linda’s Swishing Party – over £500
Soup and Sandwich/Book/As New Clothes – £720
An Evening with Robert Wilson and Friends – £1000
Autumn Fashion Show £920
November Table Top Sale – over £480
Thanks to everyone involved in the Guild summer coffee mornings

 Christian Aid door to door collection, May 2013

The people of Cumbrae raised the fantastic sum of £2200 for the charity

 

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