Historic Vehicle Gathering - Powderham Castle. 7th & 8th July 2018

For 2017 our main charities are

To learn more about each charity please click or tap on the name / logo

Pancreatic Cancer UK     WESC Foundation         
      Mind - The Men's Network      
LG PCUK 200 px

WESC-200 px

Mind V4

Charity Cheque Presentation. Monday 4th September 2017

Following this year's highly successful show the Club Committee confirmed that total charity 'pot' would be £20,000.00 in 2017

Below is the group photo taken at the presentation

(left to right) Sheila Poupard, Mary Crook,(CBCCC), Josh Jones and Ruth Wells from MIND Exeter & East Devon, Jon Duckham of W...ESC Foundation, Brian Payne of Exeter Sea Cadets, Sarah-Jane Worth of Pancreatic Cancer UK, Ray Flack of Exeter Sea Cadets and Richard Nunn of CBCCC.
Photo courtesy of Richard Wood

Cheque Presentation following the 2016 Show

At the Crash Box & Classic Car Club's evening meeting on Monday 5th September a presentation was made to the four main charities we supported at the Powderham Historic Vehicle Gathering in July 2016
Pictured here are (left to right) Dave Cooper, Ian Hopkins & Russell Roe all representing Devon Freewheelers; Sharon May representing 1st. Exminster Guides; Mary Crook, President of The Crash Box & Classic Car Club (CBCCC); Mike Ellis representing Exe Access; Richard Nunn, Chairman of the CBCCC; Richard Wood, Magazine Editor of CBCCC and liaison with The Giving Machine; Nigel Hardy Smith representing Sail4Cancer and Richard Gardiner, Rally Chairman, CBCCC

Group

From the total donation fund of £10,500.00, the Devon Freewheelers will receive £2650.00, Sail4Cancer £2,352.54, 1st Exminster Guides, £1,917.80 and Exe Access (Exeter CTA) £1,864.41. These amounts include the values generated as a result of votes cast by visitors, exhibitors and members.
The remaining £1715.25 being distributed to other charities and helpers who received votes via The Giving Machine.

We are delighted once again to be making these donations to so many deserving causes. The success of this event over the last 20 or more years has enabled the Crash Box & Classic Car Club to make donations of nearly £130,000.00 to many local & national charities.

Many thanks to all those who supported the event as exhibitors or visitors and of course members and friends of the Crash Box & Classic Car Club.

 

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