On Saturday 8th July, Alan Gloak participated in a SOUP! charity event, a slightly gentler version of the Dragon’s Den. Four charities each tell the audience (who have paid a £5 entrance fee which includes a bowl of soup!) about a particular project to help local people. The charity which gets most audience votes receives half the money raised and the other three share the remainder.
TS5C was delighted to be presented with a cheque for £110 from Shobee Chant from Chubb Bullied who sponsor the event.
"Ten years ago last Friday, a group of people accepted my invitation to supper at Dillington House to help me launch a new charity called Team Somerset 500 Club. Who would have thought that TEN years later we would still be here and supporting and having supported so many wonderful young athletes, basketball teams, special Olympics events, and community groups.
Alan Gloak recives a cheque from Wells branch of Waitrose
In a glittering ceremony on Friday 16th June at Taunton Rugby Club, ITV’s Somerset correspondent, Ben McGrail, presented awards to the county’s inspirational sporting volunteers and coaches, outstanding athletes and quality clubs at the SASP 2017 Somerset Sports Awards.
The TS5C Young Sportsperson of the Year Award, sponsored by sport’s charity TS5C, was presented to 16 year old sailor, Jamie Harris from Axbridge.
Waitrose in Wells, have chsoen TS5C as one of their 3 charities for the month of February.
The more green tokens we get the more money we raise.
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