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Meet the people who have supported us so far

Dorrie Ellis Rememered
Local woman Dorrie Ellis leaves donation to Campden Edge.

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Will Bennett of Toke's Food & Wine donates a guitar to one of our children.

Chipping Campden
Rotary Club 
raise £450 for us at a Burns' Night supper. Read more

Chipping Campden School pupils, Keiran & Will, raise £25 making & selling fudge.

Manager of The Noel Arms Hotel, Chris Gear, with the winners of the Easter hamper which raised £150.

Emily Dunn (pictured) of A Festival of Books and Aneata Boote of Aneata Boote Design donate a percentage of the profits from their book The Tale of the Cotswold Mice. Read more.

The Cotswold House Hotel & Spa

donate £360 from their takings from their 2014 Summer & Winter Fairs.


The Noel Arms Hotel raised over

£300 for us during the 2015 Rugby World Cup!  

The Cotswold House Hotel & Spa 

donate £300  from their 2015 Christmas Fair.

A collection at The Churchill Arms

 Paxford raises £60.

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Creative Stitches donate

£24 from a coffee and cake sale.

The Hoo's Carol Singing raises £73.

These two events raised £1250 and provided great entertainment for the local community.  Read more about Campden's Got Talent.

John Doran (Dic) donates to

Campden Edge in memory of

Vera Doran

£222 raised at Campden Music Festival.  Big thanks to Charlie Bennett.

St. James' PTA chooses Campden Edge as one of its nominated charities, raising the fantastic sum of  £500 for us.  Thanks for the donation and a wonderful evening.

A huge thanks to local business Proctor Masonery

for their extremely generous donation and offers

to help us fundraise in the future.  

Your donation will help us enormously.

Just in case you have ever wondered what the inside of a collection box looks like...

...thanks to 


The Noel Arms

Campden Pharmacy

Cherry Press


A Festival of Books

Orchard Layne

P.I.P. Electrical Services

The Volunteer Inn

Toke's Food & Wine


My dad, John Doran, and the truth about what he keeps in a whiskey tin.  The grand total of 1 & 2 pence pieces amounted to a lesson and a half, so in future he's going to donate 5 pence pieces to us too!

Support Campden Edge and tell us your story:  All our supporters, whether individuals or businesses, have a story to tell. By donating to Campden Edge you are not only showing local children and young people that you support them in the creative arts, but by telling your story it helps to create a lasting connection between us all.                                                                   

Make a donation and tell us your story here

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