Thank you to everyone who supported the CamSight collection in June. £1,868.35 was collected in Haslingfield and Harlton. In addition, a further £268.50 will be added as the result of kind people Gift Aiding their donation. We are very grateful for your generosity in helping this small local charity that helps and supports people of all ages who have a visual impairment. Read more
We are very grateful to the people who have been keeping their loose change for CamSight. This has recently amounted to £49.81. If you have a jar of small change, perhaps you might like to give it to CamSight at any time during the year and these donations could be added to the amounts raised. Read more
Thank you to everyone who supported the collection in June. £369.54 was collected in Harlton and £1,221 in Haslingfield, making a grand total of £1,591.43. In addition, a further £200 will be added as the result of kind people Gift Aiding their donation – this is an increase of £100! A special “Thank You” to our brilliant collectors. Read more
During June, someone will call at your home and ask for your financial support for this important local charity. CamSight works with people of all ages who have visual impairment and offers them much-needed support. A rural support group meets at Haslingfield Methodist Church on the first Tuesday of each month and is attended by over 20 people.
(Please note, if you are a tax payer, your donation can be increased by 25p in each pound if you Gift Aid it. CamSight will NOT contact you and ask for future help as a result of doing this). Read more
Collectors will be calling on every house in Haslingfield and Harlton during June asking for a donation for the work of CamSight. CamSight is a local charity that offers help in a variety of different ways to visually-impaired people. Please click Read More below for more info: Read more
Many thanks to the generous people in this village, and Harlton, who contributed £1,365.67 through the House to House collection earlier this year. We plan to raise more money at the Charity Fair at the Methodist Church on 16th November, by selling preserves and small gifts, and would be very grateful for any contributions to the stall. More details on: 870227. Read more
Seven weeks up and running, and we’ve certainly had our highs and lows. Definitely time to say thanks for all the feedback (mainly positive we’re pleased to say), comments and support. “A treasure trove”’, “an Aladdin’s Cave of lovely food”, “we’re lucky to have such a lovely shop in the village” are among some of your comments, which brightens our day and makes all the continued hard work very worthwhile.
Some updates and news… Read more
The Country Kitchen opened its doors last weekend and welcomes you to drop by and take a look at it’s offerings. The store would like to thank everyone who has already popped in to say hello and are encouraged by all the positive comments and feedback. Read more
On Sunday 15 July in The Old Vicarage gardens in Grantchester, Cam Sight will be hosting Songs for a Summer Evening. The concert will include The St Catharine’s College Girls’ Choir with soloist Merit Ariane Stephanos, who will be singing a blend of East Meets West music. Read more
In 2001 Cam Sight opened a support/friendship group for visually impaired people held in the Methodist church. With the help of local volunteers the group has grown and become a regular, friendly meeting place on the first Tuesday of each month between 2 and 4pm. This group supports over 30 people from 11 surrounding villages and would welcome anyone with any sight problems, along with their family, friends and carers, too. Read more