Swanbourne Endeavour – Sunday 20th October
We have a Puzzle Centre team taking part this year! Good luck to Ella, our Deputy Head of Nursery, Laura one of our Speech and Language Therapists and Goldie one of our Learning Support Assistants.
Pamper Night – Friday 15th November
Pottery Paining Evening – Tuesday 3rd December
We are also planning to attend a number of Christmas Fairs through November and December. More details will be posted on our Facebook page closer to the time.
Film Quiz Night – Saturday 28th September
Thank you to everyone who attended. A fantastic £1,600 was raised which will be split between Puzzle and the MSA.
We enjoyed a hot sunny day at the Winslow Show and raised a fantastic £387.09 through our soft toy tombola, raffle and treasure map game! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us!
Puzzle Centre is proud to share the fantastic: Sonshine Art Fundraising Page! Proceeds from art sales will be kindly donated to the charity. Simply click on the Sonshine Art Facebook page link above, to find out more. Enormous thanks for supporting Puzzle Centre.
Tom’s World Walk
Thomas Fremantle is walking the world, for 3 amazing charities, including Puzzle
Tom Fremantle is making his way across the globe on foot and has kindly selected Puzzle Centre as one of three fantastic charities.
In August, Tom reached the 4,000 mile mark!
You can find out, all about Tom’s World Walk, his motivation and his story, by clicking here.
” 16,500 miles (well, 16,299.809 to be precise) is the minimum required for a world walk according to the World Runners’ Association (WRA) – a select, super hardy posse of endurance athletes who have already run/walked the world – or are doing so. All of them big hearted, determined, inspiring – and, in the best possible way, mad as March hares.
Walking around the world sounds bonkers but it is actually quite doable. The plan is to stride off from the US-Mex border, where I lived and taught for a few years, and keep jiggling east in a continuous line across four continents – America, Europe, Africa and Australasia – from coast to coast (WRA rules). I will also cover a swathe of the fifth continent, Asia”.
Please support our work with young children with autism, by supporting Tom Freemantle’s fantastic challenge event. at his JustGiving page for Puzzle Centre.
Buckingham Half Marathon
Puzzle Centre was very fortunate to be one of three charities benefiting from funds raised by those registering for the Buckingham Half Marathon, 2019. On Sunday 9th June the third annual marathon took place, this half marathon is a scenic, undulating, single lap 13.1 mile loop around the beautiful Buckingham countryside. We were incredibly grateful to receive £3,500 from this event, thank you!
Mursley Village Hall Association hosted a Midsummer’s Eve Jamboree on the evening of 23rd June. Puzzle Centre was delighted to be one of the fortunate charities benefiting from event proceeds. Thank you to everyone for such hard work in planning the event and bringing it to fruition. Puzzle Centre received a fantastic donation of: £1,584.
The Winslow Rotary “Home and Away” fundraising team, raised a phenomenal £7,308 towards the work of Puzzle Centre in 2018
Thank you so much from everyone at Puzzle Centre. The grand finale of their “Home and Away” project was an Indian Evening and an auction at which they raised over £5,000. This was added to the £9,000 they had already raised through donations and fundraising events. Puzzle Centre received a fantastic £7,308.
Winslow Concert Band kindly and generously chose Puzzle Centre as their nominated charity for their 2018/2019 concert season. They performed in aid of Puzzle Centre Trust Ltd, over the Christmas season in Milton Keynes, at Stowe NT and at the Buckingham Christmas lights switch on. Culminating in their ‘It’s Showtime’ annual concert on Saturday 9th March at The Winslow Public Hall. Puzzle Centre is so grateful to the Winslow Concert Band and Committee members, helping to raise: over £350 in aid of Puzzle Centre Trust Ltd.
Action4Youth raised £800 via their National Citizenship service summer programme!
A big thank you to the Winslow Show Association kindly donated: £200 in aid of Puzzle Centre.
Thank you to Winslow Lions Club raising £1,000 during 2018!
Many thanks to North Marston Amateur Dramatic Society for raising £250 and match funding to £500!
A big thank you to The Swanbourne Endeavour 2018 for forming a charity partnership with Puzzle Centre once more and raising £2,100
Thornton College raised, £269 towards our work, thank you so much!
We’re so grateful to Winslow Rotary for their continued support. A recent donation of just under £2,000 will enable us to buy much needed IT equipment. Thank you!
Thank you to Whitchurch Stitch In Group for their donation of £100.
Many thanks go to Mursley Players, who made a fantastic donation of £468 to Puzzle Centre following their Variety Show.
Great Horwood and Singleborough WI held an amazing evening of fun raising £645 for Puzzle with the wonderfully entertaining ‘Dorothy’
Winslow Rotary have supported Puzzle Centre with a grant of £2,000 towards Attention Autism training for our staff who work with the children in our specialist nursery and through the Puzzle Assessment and Support Service (PASS). We are so grateful for their support.
April was autism awareness month, and Puzzle Centre had a stall at the Winslow Easter Fayre. Thank you to everyone who donated home-made items for the stall.
Our fish and chip Quiz night in Winslow in March 2017 raised a fantastic £800. Thank you to everyone who joined in and special thanks to those who donated raffle prizes.