May 16: Another Covid-19 Cricket Tea for Stripey Stork and foodbanks

  • May 11, 2020
  • Ian Lamont

While cricket activity - playing and practising - remains suspended after last night's announcement by the Government, we will be holiding a second Covid-19 Cricket Tea with a Difference, to support local charities.

We had fantastic support from members and the local community on May 2, for our Covid-19 Cricket Tea with a Difference - so we are holding another this Saturday, May 16 from 2-5pm.

It will be again in aid of Stripey Stork and local foodbanks at St Matthew's, Redhill and Merstham Mixed Cafe (Loveworks).

Please see below the list of items that can be brought to Quality Street, where social distancing measures will be in place. We will again ask you simply to open your boot for us to take out items. Last time, we had at least one item of everything on the list.

If you cannot make it, you can also donate online at:

http://virginmoneygiving.com/fund/stripey_covid19

https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/1AHYZVYC6Q1CV

https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/12822#!/DonationDetails

Items required for drop off include:

Tinned spaghetti

Vegetarian tinned meals eg: ratatouille, macaroni and cheese, cheese ravioli. Fray Bentos veg pies

Tea

Coffee

Hot chocolate

Tinned meat, eg corned beef, spam, ham etc

Crackers

Tinned potatoes and tinned carrots

Rice pudding

Custard

Jam and marmalade

Pasta and cooking sauces

Hand wash and soap bars

Nappies

Wipes

Toiletries (unopened)

* Please note that with cricket activity suspended, the nets at Quality Street should not be used for practice, individually or collectively.