Yearly Fundraising Events

We host and are supported by a variety of events throughout the year.

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Seething Festival – Sunday 3 March

The Seething Festival is a community festival held in Surbiton at the end of each February to celebrate the story of Lefi the Goat Boy who saved the villagers of Seething from the Giant Thamas Deeton. Not familiar with this story? The best way to find out is to come along to the next festival. Details of which can be found here.

 

 

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Charity Quiz Night – Friday 15 March

Put on your thinking caps and join in our quiz night! Held at St John’s School where each team competes for first place in a fun, and friendly environment. The next event is 15 March 2019 at 7pm, click here for full details! Why not put together a team for our next one?

Please email quiz@seethingwells.org to reserve your table.

Venue: St John’s School, Portland Road, Kingston, KT1 2SG

 

Riverside Ramble in aid of the Mayor’s Charities – Saturday 30 March

Join us for a leisurely two-mile stroll through Kingston learning about many of the most important heritage sites in the borough and taking in the natural beauty of the riverside whilst raising much needed funds for the Mayor’s chosen charities; Creative Youth, Kingston Race and Equalities Council and Kingston Samaritans.

Simply make a donation at mydonate.bt.com/events/riverside-ramble or donate cash on the day. The walk will begin at the Guildhall and finish at Ravens Ait island where intrepid hikers will receive a complimentary soft drink and biscuits and have the opportunity to buy lunch and relax at this exquisite setting.

 

British Bread Golf Open – Sunday 7 April

Held in conjunction with Woodys Bar, come along and try your best to putt your doughballs into a bucket positioned carefully in the Thames (but of course!). 3 balls for £5. Bread Golf day is on Sunday 7 April 2019, outside Woody’s Bar, Kingston from 11am – 1pm. Don’t miss this!

 

 

 

 

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Kings Soup – Sunday 20 October

The story of a selfish King who is feared by his people because he takes everything that is good. However, although his Palace is full, his heart is empty. What change his heart – a simple soup made with love and shared.

Based around this story, the community in Surbiton holds a fundraising festival each October where they come together to make and eat soup together.The next King’s Soup Event is on Sunday 20 October 2019 in Claremont Gardens, Surbiton.

 

 

 

 

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The Reptiles play a fundraising event for Creative Youth in December. They are a fantastic rock covers band, guaranteed to get you up dancing and singing along to the well known tunes. Please keep and eye on our website for details of their next event.

 

 

Would you like to host or help organise an event?  If so, please get in touch with us hello@creativeyouthcharity.org