Thanks to everyone who has supported the new Warminster Dementia Centre.
You have raised £102,055 so far!

Our thanks to:

St James Place Foundation, who gave £1,000.

Nigel Spratt, who raised £595 by taking part in A Walk to Remember.

Lyons Seafood, which gave £350 towards kitchen equipment.

Music and Mirth, who donated £300 towards activities, games and the indoor garden.

Warminster Area Board, which gave £4,000 towards disabled toilets.

Shoppers at Morrisons in Westbury, who gave £388 in a store collection.

Shoppers at Waitrose in Warminster, who gave £356.28 in a store collection.

The Ernest and Marjorie Fudge Trust Fund, who gave £3,000.

Louise Gover, who raised £525 in the Battle of Lansdown challenge. Lou is the manager-in-waiting of the entre's new day club and she was prepared to get very muddy in this gruelling challenge in support of the new club.

Sutton Veny villagers, who donated £55 from their Lent walk.

Warminster Carnival Committee who donated £200.

Roxy Welch who raised £284 in sponsorship for the Bath Half Marathon.

The Friends of Warminster Hospital who donated £5,000.

Morrisons in Warminster who allowed our volunteers to hold a store collection raising £308.70

Andrea Langston of Andrea's Taxis who donated £500 for the indoor garden. 

Avon Valley Runners Club who generously donated £2173.20 from their 'Over The Hills' events.

Shoppers at Morrisons in Warminster who gave £370.70 in a store collection.

The Postcode Community Trust which gave £20,000 for fixtures and fittings including furniture and other equipment. The Postcode Community Trust is funded by the People’s Postcode Lottery and it is fantastic that funding will go towards this new community resource in Warminster.

Clarendon Academy student Ryan Palmer who raised £387.80 as part of his Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award.

Shoppers at Waitrose who chose us in the store's green token scheme, leading to a cheque of £545.

Emer Bolt who raised £576 in 'dry January'.

Longleat Center Parcs which donated £500.

The congregation at Christ Church in Warminster who gave £637.61 from the proceeds of their Christmas Carol Service.

Our Shabby Chic stall which has managed to donate £720 from a collection of different events before Christmas.

Wylye Flower Club who have named us as their chosen charity for 2017 and donated £100 to our dementia centre appeal.

Dauntsey House which has donated £146.58 from their Christmas Fair.

Members of the Mason's Provincial Grand Lodge in Warminster who have donated £1000 to the appeal.

Shoppers at Salisbury Christmas Market, where we raised £250 towards the appeal.

RACS Group, the Warminster-based employment solutions company, which has donated £850 raised in its Christmas raffle.

The Wolfson Foundation, which has given a grant of up to £50,000 towards the costs of building work. Read more about this significant boost to our appeal

Liz Jones and everyone who attends the Forget-Me-Not lunches in Tisbury, who gave £444 raised at their Christmas event

Staff and customers at Cornmarket Cafe, Warminster, who donated £320 raised in their Christmas raffle.

Dauntsey House Care Home in Market Lavington, which is donating the proceeds of its annual Christmas Fayre on December 16.

The Nationwide, which has given £2,900 towards furniture for the new day club. The donation was made by the company due to a request by Nationwide staff following a presentation about how our work makes a difference in the community.

Imperial Charity, which has donated £1,000 towards fitting a new kitchen at The Old Silk Works.

Our grateful thanks to you all.

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