R.N.L.I. Hartlepool & Catcote Road School, Hartlepool were our two adopted charities this year. Presenting the cheques to both charities are Bill, John and Mick who form part of the committee of HMVC. Bill’s wife, Theresa, came along in the hope of a ride out on “SCOUT”, the R.N.L.I. lifeboat,… Keep reading »
HMVC were invited to sing at Matty Daley’s 90th birthday party, held at the Supporters’ Club on the 15th July. The reason being that Matty has, and still is, a very big friend and supporter of HMVC. The place was packed out !! Do you think he looks 90?
“Oh what a night!” HMVC will remember this night for all the right reasons. The memories of this concert will last a lifetime. Every person present saw Russell and HMVC deliver a superb performance .
What a very enjoyable evening and excellent turn out for the celebration dinner to mark the 100th anniversary of the Girl Guides. HMVC wish them all the very best. Val Cullen presented Mick Waller with a cheque for £100
Here are Mick Waller, Doug Laughton and John Rutherford presenting two cheques of £400 each to Hilary Sadler and Albert Armstrong. Hilary and Albert were representing ‘Coronary Support Group’ and ‘Macmillan Cancer Support’.
The concert turned out to be a resounding success enjoyed by audience and entertainers alike, including Aled who, on his Sunday morning program on Radio 2, commented on the warmth he had felt from the audience.
The Chemotherapy Unit at the University Hospital of Hartlepool is to be our nominated charity for 2008.
Hartlepool Coast Surveillance Station was presented with £700.00
Hartlepol Male Voice Choir took to the road to sing its heart out in Germany. The Choir set out for Germany, where it would spend three days with a choir in Huckelhoven. The Choir has a good relationship with their counterparts in Huckelhoven, which was twinned with Hartlepool in 1973.
Our adopted charity for 2006 will be the Hartlepool and East Durham Diabetic Group.