Please Pledge by email to with your pledge amount

As you may know, the future of the pool project is in doubt because the School Governors have decided to withdraw their support. We are meeting with representatives of the Governors on 22nd March to discuss their concerns and to attempt to reverse their decision.

So far, with your support, Copmanthorpe Sink or Swim has raised over £6,000, and you have pledged over £1,450, towards a current estimated cost of £500K. We realise this is a large sum to raise, and we hope that much of it will come from grants once the funders are open to applications from non-COVID-related projects. We are also investigating ways of reducing costs by, for example, seeking in-kind donations for building materials.

We need to demonstrate the strength of local support. So, we are collecting Pledges for future donations to the pool. Pledges will only be collected if the Project does continue, at which time we’ll be in touch to check the amount and explain how to make your donation. This isn’t likely to happen until after all the COVID-19 restrictions have ended. If you are considering making a contribution to the pool, please do it now before it is too late.

The Copmanthorpe community came together to get the pool built. We need to do so again to stop it from being lost. Thank you.

Village lottery winning numbers – June to September, 2020

After a summer break, when the lottery draws continued, but the results weren’t posted, we need to catch up with the last four months…
June winners were: first prize, number 15, second prize, number M46, and third prize, number 43.
July winners were: first prize, number 104, second prize, number 17, and third prize number 205.
August winners were: first prize number 58, second prize, number 32, and third prize, number 41.
Lastly, this comprar winstrol 50mg month’s winners were: first prize, number 201, second prize, number 214, and third prize number 63.
Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you all for your continued support. We hope you are all keeping well.

May village lottery winners

The latest lottery has been drawn and the first prize was won by ticket number M43. Second prize went to ticket number 74, and third prize went to ticket number 177. Congratulations to the winners, and thank you for continuing to support us.

Prize draw winners and brief update

Due to the COVID-19 situation, we had to cancel our end of survey event. So, we conducted the prize draw online, using the system that we have in place for the SinkorWin lottery.

Four prizes were drawn. Ali Adams was the lucky winner of the first prize of a voucher for £40. Steve Dawson won the £30 second prize and very kindly donated it back to Copmanthorpe Community Pool. Gail Blackburn-Barker won the £20 voucher as a third prize, and Rebecca Davies won the £10 third prize. Congratulations to all these lucky winners.

The March and April lottery draws have been made, and the winners notified. The winning numbers for March were 212, 204 and 104. The winning numbers for April were 92, 189 and 62. Thank you all for your continued support.

Brief update: we are currently busy writing and submitting grant applications, using the information from the survey. We are also working on turanabol the lease, and other legal issues that will need to be resolved before any work can start. We had lots of volunteers from the survey, and we will be contacting people to ask for their help, as needed. We are considering running an online quiz to raise funds. If anyone would like to help, please do let us know. Thank you.

February Lottery winners

Congratulations to the winners of the February draw. Ticket number 173 won first prize. Ticket number 155 won the second prize, and ticket number 64 won the third prize. Congratulations and thank you all for your continuing support.

Focus groups

Just a brief update. The focus groups provided some useful feedback, and we are now in the process of producing the survey – as soon as this is live we will post the link…

Fundraising, Feedback and lottery winners

The WI are holding a Shrove Tuesday, pate and pancake lunch to raise funds for Sink or Swim. This will be on Tuesday 25th February, from 12 to 2pm, at the WI hall. Tickets are £5 and can be purchased at the door.

A reminder that this week, we are holding two focus groups to gain feedback to support our funding applications. These focus groups will help to design a survey, as well as providing feedback. Please attend the groups, and complete the survey when it is available. The focus groups are this Friday and Saturday – Friday 7th February, from 4 to 5.30pm, and Saturday 8th February, from 10 to 11.30am, at the Methodist Church Hall. If you can let us know if you are coming (and would like food), it will help with catering, but you can just turn up too. Everyone welcome, including children.

The January lottery draw has taken place and the winning numbers are: first prize, number 204; second prize, number 102; and third prize, number 42. Congratulations to these winners. We are changing the payment process for renewals and new tickets, but this will still be accessed via our website. Thank you for your continued support.

Happy New Year 2020

We hope you all had a great Christmas break, and we wish everyone a happy and successful new year.

The December bonus draw has taken place, and the winning numbers are: £100 bonus – ticket number 121; first prize – ticket number 25; second prize – ticket number 67; and third prize – ticket number 49. Congratulations to all these winners. We have now been running the lottery for a full year and it has contributed significantly to our funds. All those whose tickets have expired should have received an email request drostanolone to renew. We are setting up a new payment system, which should be live on our website within the next month. Thank you for all your support.

As a brief update, at our last two meetings, we gained several new members and we set up subgroups for writing grant applications, conducting a survey of the village, and dealing with legal and contract details. The first meetings of these subgroups are due to take place this month and progress reports will follow soon after.