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The Belvoir Bees project sees the Trust and it volunteer coaches work with cricket clubs to develop and sustain their junior sections.

One of our success stories has been our partnership with Melton Mowbray CC which just six years ago only had two struggling senior sides and no juniors at all.

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Former Prime Minister Sir John Major was the guest of honour at our fundraising dinner in the Long Room at Lord’s as we celebrated 10 years of the Trust.
He gave a very entertaining speech peppered with stories from the worlds of cricket and politics and took part in a lively Q&A session.
He spoke passionately about the power of sport as an agent for positive change and praised the work of the Trust for enriching the lives of thousands of children and tackling disadvantage. This year alone we reached 3,089 primary school children and special needs youngsters.
It was a real honour to welcome Sir John and hear him speak about the many inspirational people he has met and why we should help people we’ll probably never meet.
The event was attended by about 130 guests and raised just over £16,000 towards our work.
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Please take just a minute to nominate the Trust for a £1,000 grant from Ecclesiastical's 12 Days of Giving.
The more votes we get, the greater our chances of winning one of the 120 grants available.
All you need is our charity number 1131442. Thank you!
www.ecclesiastical.com/movement-for-good/12-days/
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November 4-8 is Trustees’ Week, a national annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference.
We're lucky and thankful to have an active board of trustees and this week sees our annual meeting and a fundraising dinner in the Long Room at Lord's which is apt.
Trustees are the people ultimately in charge of a charity. They help to make the UK the sixth most giving country in the world. They play a vital role, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about the charity’s work.
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