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SimonRL

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Posted: 01/11/2018 17:06:42
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Now the calendar is about ready to go off to print it's time we had the discuss about where the money has gone to.

It would be nice if we could support - as previous years - a preservation or history group and a CRO. Unless there's an over-riding single cause that needs funds.

Over to you Smile

(next post I'll put up a list of where we've raised money for in previous years)



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Posted: 01/11/2018 17:11:10
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2018
Total donated to Cambrian Mines Trust: £613.72
Total donated to South & Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team: £242.46

2017
Total donated to North Wales Miners Association Trust: £482.18
Total donated to Devon CRO: £321.45

2016
Total donated to Cambrian Mines Trust: £720.20

2015
Total donated to Shropshire Mines Trust: £377.39 Total donated to Swaledale MRT: £287.54

2014
Total donated to Cambrian Mines Trust: £719.76

2013
Total donated to Nenthead Mines Conservation Society: £468.65
Total donated to Devon Cave Rescue Organisation: £174.96

2012
Total donated to Welsh Mines Preservation Trust: £331.28
Total donated to Derbyshire Cave Rescue Organisation: £293.26

2011
Total raised for North Wales Cave Rescue: £674.49

2010
Total donated to Kelly Mine Preservation Society: £153.60
Total donated to Cumbria Ores Mine Rescue Unit: £297.89

2009
Total donated to Friends of Cwmorthin: £289.80
Total donated to North Wales Cave Rescue: £205.51

2008
Total donated to Friends of Cwmorthin: £450.00

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Posted: 01/11/2018 20:41:48
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A suggested split:

Midlands Cave Rescue Organisation

and

Friends of St. Aidans BE 1150 Walking Dragline

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Posted: 01/11/2018 20:44:03
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Good Luck Mine near Matlock Bath? IP: 86.161.130.146
AdM Michael

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Posted: 01/11/2018 20:55:53
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Gloucestershire Cave Rescue Group

and

Peak District Mines Historical Society
or
Goodluck Mine Preservation Club
IP: 80.187.113.145 Edited: 02/11/2018 14:58:10 by AdM Michael
mikehiggins

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Posted: 02/11/2018 15:30:03
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My vote would go to Gloucestershire CRG and Goodluck Mine Preservation Club. IP: 81.146.56.250
ObviousSpectre

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Posted: 02/11/2018 19:20:41
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A vote for Goodluck from me too

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Posted: 02/11/2018 19:55:34
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I will go with Goodluck Mine.

Properly constituted little club, take a look
http://www.goodluckmine.org.uk/page6.html

These small associations that work away quietly deserve support.

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Tamarmole

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Posted: 02/11/2018 20:00:29
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mikehiggins wrote:

My vote would go to Gloucestershire CRG and Goodluck Mine Preservation Club.


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Posted: 03/11/2018 12:23:33
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Happy to go with the general consensus - Gloucestershire CRG & Goodluck Mine Preservation Club. IP: 82.25.233.78
Jimbo

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Posted: 04/11/2018 12:13:52
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My vote would go to the Cleveland Mining Heritage Society and COMRU! Thumb Up

http://cmhs.org.uk/

Don't know much about the others being suggested.
IP: 84.13.75.247 Edited: 04/11/2018 12:17:31 by Jimbo
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