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Seaford Town Council is pleased to announce that the Young Mayor of Seaford Gabrielle Edwards has chosen to support the Seaford based charity Teddy Treats for her mayoral year of 2015/16.
Gabrielle hopes to hold events throughout the mayoral year to raise money that will be donated to the charity at the end of the municipal year. She will be assisted by the Deputy Young Mayor Jessica Batchelor as well as the Mayor’s Secretary and willing volunteers.
The Young Mayor said “I am excited to be working with and supporting Teddy Treats Children’s Charity and look forward to raising money which will go towards treats for deserving children in Seaford”.
Founder of Teddy Treats, Brenda Edwards said “We at Teddy Treats Children’s Charity are absolutely delighted to have been selected as the chosen charity. We look forward to working together to raise funds to put back into the Seaford Community to provide treats for sick and vulnerable local children.”
On the 12th of July one of our local supporters, Steve Leahy is running to raise money for Teddy Treats. Steve says “I have been inspired by my friend Brenda Edwards' local charity 'Teddy Treats' and have seen the work it does for local disadvantaged and poorly children..... So I thought I'd train, get fitter and run around for an hour or so”. You can support Steve here:
The Secret of the Rainbow is a wonderful book developed by UR Fantastic, a company that believes that all children have the right to confidence and self-esteem. All children sometimes need a little help to develop healthy and positive views of themselves. By donating copies of this wonderful book to our local schools we are hoping to help all Seahaven kids feel good.
A great big thank you to our supporters at Huckleberry Hair for the Easter Eggs that they donated. They also invited their customers to donate eggs too giving us much needed exposure in our local community.
To mark the first anniversary of Teddy Treats, founder Brenda Edwards was interviewed for the company magazine. It was a great opportunity to take stock and review the amazing fundraising activty that has raised over £1000 to date. “I have been overwhelmed by how kind people are. They really want to help make a difference” said Brenda.
It’s hard to imagine Christmas without some chocolate treats in your stocking. but when money is tight this is the kind of extra that most of us take for granted that becomes impossible. That’s why we teamed up with the Stonehaven Food Bank to make Christmas that little but happier with a donation of 150 chocolate treats to give to local children.
We were able to put together some fabulous prizes for our Christmas Raffle including signed goalkeeper gloves, toys, teddys and other festive treats. We sold lots of tickets raising a spectacular £270 for local children in need. Thank you to everyone that bought a ticket.
What a lovely thing it is to bring a smile to the face of a kid that doesn’t get many treats. We have shared these lovely bears and craft kits with local children this month. Thank you so much to ........ for this kind donation