Where Does the Money Go?

All of the profits from our fundraising events go to local, national and international charities and community groups. Here are a selection that we have donated to over recent years:

The Peace Centre – Built as a living memorial to 12 year old Tim Parry and 3 year old Johnathan Ball who were tragically killed in the 1993 IRA bombing of Warrington.

Maple Lodge – The brand new, purpose built HQ of the 3rd Lymm Scout Group.

National Autistic Society (Warrington branch) – Run exclusively by volunteers who are carers of loved ones on the Autism Spectrum.

Walton Lea Partnership – A furniture up-cycling project.

Home-Start Warrington – Offers support, friendship and practical help to parents with young children, in local communities throughout the UK and with British Forces in Germany and Cyprus.

DEBRA – A charity for people whose skin doesn’t work.

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Ian Newhouse hands a cheque over to Kate Pritchard of Lymm Adivas.

Lymm Adivas – An American Morris dancing troupe for both adults and children of all ages.

Cheshire Trampoline Club – A new sports club based at Lymm Leisure Centre.

Camsley Grange Riding for the Disabled – A riding school that offers opportunities for disabled people in Warrington and Lymm to get involved in horse riding activities in a friendly and safe environment.

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(l-r) John Edwards, Chris Stephens, Rik Wilson and Dave Openshaw wear lycra in aid of St Rocco’s Hospice

St Rocco’s Hospice – Serves the community of Warrington, providing specialist palliative care and support for patients and their families.

Cotebrook House – A residential home for physically disabled adults located on the outskirts of Lymm.

Warrington Speak Up – Provides support and advocacy services for Warrington residents with learning disabilities.

Dave and Rik handing over £500 to the Childrens Adventure Farm
Dave & Rik donating £500 to the Children’s Adventure Farm

Children’s Adventure Farm Trust – The Childrens Adventure Farm offers free adventure breaks and activities to children who are disadvantaged by illness, disability and poverty.

Lymm Youth & Community Association – A great venue for people in Lymm of all ages.

Gen’Dai Martial Arts – Gen’Dai is a non-profit organisation committed to the development of Shotokan Karate.

Railway Children – Railway Children exists to help vulnerable children in grave circumstances.

Oughtrington Luncheon Club – Provides social opportunities for elderly and vulnerable members of the community.

STEPS – A national charity, based in Lymm, for children and adults with lower limb conditions.

OAKS – A charity to improve the lives and supports the needs of children of Sierra Leone.

Lymm Hockey Club – The fastest growing club in the North West, with with 4 mens teams, 5 ladies teams, as well as mixed, vets and  thriving Junior section.


Trying out the new toys…(l-r) playgroup organiser Jill Abernethy, Graham Gowland and Rik Wilson of the Round Table and playgroup organiser Kate Harrison.
Trying out the new toys…(l-r) Incy Wincy playgroup organiser Jill Abernethy, Graham Gowland and Rik Wilson of the Round Table and Incy Wincy playgroup organiser Kate Harrison.

Incy Wincy Toddler Group – A playgroup that takes place at the Lymm Baptist Church.

Suggest a Good Cause…

Lymm Round Table donates to a large variety of charities and groups. If you know of a charity that needs our support, however big or small, please email charity@lymmroundtable.co.uk.