Members of the South Lancashire Centre of the Caravan and Motorhome Club raised £2,600
for Rainbow House, the Mawdesley based conductive education centre who support
children and young people whose lives are challenged by disability.
Many members from across South Lancashire took part in a range of fund raising activities including
homemade jam sales; £1 coin draw at weekend rallies; sale of black peas, games of chance and
stalls at their charity rally at Chipping showground Sunday market; raffle at Southport air show rally in
September; dog show, cake & bun sale, name the rabbit, find the treasure map, whiskey raffle and re-
home a cuddly toy at their 50th celebration rally in Southport.
Special thanks to Heather Buckley who walked from Burrs Country Park in Bury to Blackpool Tower
via the Blackpool Caravan and Motorhome Club site, and husband Colin who was the support team.
A group, pictured, which included Charity Chair John Brear and South Lancashire Centre of Caravan and
Motorhome Club chair person, Christine Lunn visited Rainbow House recently to present the cheque to
Hayley Scholes, Head of Services and Partnerships and to hear more about the work of the charity.
Pauline Clare, Chair of the Trustees at Rainbow House said, “We are very grateful for the support
of the members of South Lancashire Centre of Caravan and Motorhome Club and our thanks go to
everyone who helped raise this fantastic amount.”