Club Fund Raising

Many thanks to Enovert Community Trust!

Enovert Community Trust (formerly Cory Environmental Trust in Britain) is an environmental body which supports community and environmental projects.

The Trust awards grants under the terms of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF), providing funding to a broad range of projects that have as big an impact on the community as possible.

The Trust is committed to supporting community and environmental projects across the UK. These include improving community halls, the creation of new play areas and skate parks, and restoring green spaces.

2020 Ambition

Dear Vice Presidents, Parents and Relations, Players, Social Members & Friends of the Club,

For many years we have been relatively self-sufficient and been fortunate to acquire grants enabling us to undertake many projects to make the Club into the best in the area, however, this year has been a difficult one and we now seek your kind help to generate funds to improve the pavilion and its facilities.

We seek your financial assistance in helping to raise £10,000 in the next month.  We are seeking support from Sport England which we expect will match our funds raised up to £10,000, meaning we can raise £20,000 in total, by the end of September.

The Club has set up a Crowdfunder web site through which donations can be given.  The web address is:—crowdfunding
Should you experience problems, we shall be happy to assist you entering the web site.  If you are not happy to contribute through such a site, then we would be delighted to receive your donation either directly into our bank, Account Number 81016709, Sort Code 40-44-10, or by cheque to Apperley CC.  Please let us know of any such action.

Because of the timescale of the Sport England match funding dictate, we request you to kindly take early action on this matter, to ensure a successful completion of this major and ambitious exercise.

It is pleasing to state that the Club’s cricketing activities have recently been in full swing with the adults putting out two League teams on Saturdays and one on Sundays, the Youth have a growing number of players with teams at Under 9’s, two U11’s (boys and girls) and two U13’s (boys and girls).  This year four boys have represented the District and four girls represented the County at their age groups, facts of which we are very proud.

Your continued active support of the Club will be very much appreciated.  We hope that you are keeping well during these troubled times.
Yours sincerely

Anthony Wilkes, Chairman
Peter Ross, Treasurer.—crowdfunding
The club has a history of supporting a wide range of charities, both local and also some further afield with particular connections to the club and its members.   ​