Sand Martins Golf Club Captains’ Charity 2017

Sand Martins Golf Club had chosen Crossroads Care Wokingham as its Captains Charity 2017.  A huge thank you to both the Lady Captain and the Men’s Captain as well as all the club members who worked tirelessly to raise an enormous amount to support our charity work.  The money raised will be used to provide precious Me Time to unpaid carers, enabling them to enjoy life whilst caring. 

One of the highlights was the Charity day held on 8 July with golf competitions in the day and an auction in the evening.


Wokingham 41 Club         


On Tuesday 13th March, Wokingham 41 Club presented a cheque for £600 to Julia Tredwell our Fundraising Trustee.  The funds were raised from a showing of the powerful drama “Doubt – A Parable” at their Charity Theatre Evening at Wokingham Theatre in January 2018.

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Julia Tredwell, Tony Wright (Chairman for the night) & Alan Bromage



Wokingham Choral Society

Our Fundraising Trustee, Julia Tredwell (end of row, right), attended a rehearsal by Wokingham Choral Society to receive a cheque in the sum of £157.50, a donation made from the profits of the groups wonderful Christmas concert.  Our thanks to all of you for what was not only a very entertaining evening, but also provided a much-needed boost to our funds to support local carers.




 Woodley Flower Club  

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Woodley Flower Club have done it again, we are very grateful for your lovely donation of an additional £100 towards our work.


Co-op Local Community Fund funds the Memory Lane Project

We are delighted to say local Co-op members have raised £3817.82 for us to set up ‘reminiscence-based’ resource packs for our carer support workers to take out to the homes of people who are affected by memory problems.

Our thanks go out to you all and to the Easthampstead, Hanworth and Wokingham Co-op Stores who were our local links and who hosted in-store information stands and donated items for our recent Best Breakfast.

Wokingham Medical Centre Charity Musical Concert helps Unpaid Carers

Our sincere gratitude goes to the staff, families and friends who have raised an amazing amount of £350.71 from their musical concert on 22 July 2017.  The money will be used to offer the precious ‘Me Time’ to carers to reduce their stress and enjoy life whilst caring.  

Citizen Watch United Kingdom Ltd

Everyone can be a carer at some points of their life

Thank you to everyone at Citizen Watch who has raised a tremendous amount of £10,161.78 to support the unpaid carers to have some precious respite breaks to enjoy life alongside caring.

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The cheque was presented to Catherina Tam, CEO of Crossroads Care Wokingham and the fundraising trustee, Julia Tredwell, on 27 February 2017 by the company’s Managing Director, Mark Robinson, and Alison Carter, Product Planner, who has worked tirelessly to arrange the fundraising activities throughout the year 2016 this article.