Entertaining the community and raising money for local good causes

Beneficiaries

Who gains from the money we raise?
Our emphasis is on local good causes, on young people in particular, and we encourage people who are likely to receive donations to come and help at the Feast. If they can't help they might send their own supporters, or, like the wonderful Chestnut Club for older people, bake cakes we can sell at our tea and cake stall.

Our Charity Commission details are here.

2016 was a great success. Here is the list of organisations that received funds in 2016.

Go here for the claim form  (pdf) or claim form as Word (docx) if you think you fit our criteria and would like to be considered as a beneficiary from the Feast. The deadline for grant applications is September 30th. Please note that the date for the Feast Disbursement Event, when any grants will be publicly given out, is normally an evening in November.

    In 2016 we gave away £27,250 to 37 local good causes , making our Grand Total since 1994 : £274,055 !

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(The Bunch at the 2016 disbursement)

The following donations were made in 2016:Save

Shelfords School - £3500

Mobile Warden Scheme - £3500

Sick Children's Trust - £3500

Acacia Court Residents, £300

Beavers, £500

Bowls, £500

Brownies, £650

Cambridge Cancer Help, £500

CAMMS Meals on Wheels, £500

Cangaroos, £500

Carpet Bowls, £500

Chestnut Club, £500

Cricket, £1,000

Cubs, £500

Different Strokes, £500

Football Club, £500

Friends of the Library, £500

Friendship Club, £500

Guides, £500

Junior Badminton, £500

Magpas, £250

Over-70's Xmas meal, £500

Pantomime, £300

Parish Council, £500

Parkinsons, £250

Rainbow Pre-school, £500

Rainbows, £500

Rugby, £500

Scout & Guide HQ, £500

Scouts, £500

Shelford Twinning, £500

SSYI Youth Club, £500

Stapleford Twinning, £500

Strikers, £500

SYD, £500

Wacky Club, £500

WI, £500