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Each year we choose a charity to support.

All the profit from our concerts go to this charity.

The Association of
Friends of Beaucroft School 

We are thrilled to be supporting Friends of Beaucroft School throughout 2024.

The Association of Friends of Beaucroft School is an independent charity dedicated to raising money for the School.  They are parents, staff and friends of the School who want to make a difference by giving the children those extras, which make Beaucroft unique in its quality of teaching.

To explore the school's website and learn more about the school, the college and the Friends of Beaucroft School click HERE.

Beaucroft Foundation School and Beaucroft College

Beaucroft is a Foundation Special School that caters for children and young people between the ages of four and nineteen who are experiencing learning difficulties, including complex needs, and those with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Their pupils’ needs range vastly and the school staff are dedicated to giving the very best education to the children that they deserve.


Beaucroft College, located in the heart of the the Wimborne community, adjacent to their community garden, is primarily for Post 16 students. They engage in a host of community and enterprise opportunities including the continuation and expansion of their popular and successful community cafe. 


Some of our previous charities...

Chestnut Nursery

We were delighted to present a cheque to Jennie Gardner, Assistant Manager of Chestnut Nursery, for £2250!  Thank you to all those who have helped us over the past year to raise such a fantastic amount for SWOP

Chestnut Nursery

Forest Holme Hospice

After a fun-filled year of fund-raising for Forest Holme Hospice in Poole, we are so pleased to be able to present a cheque for £4,500.  Thank you so much for all your support this year in helping us to raise such a fantastic amount of money!

Forest Holme Hospice

In Jolly Good Company

In Jolly Good Company plays an important role in the improvement of people’s physical and mental health. They look beyond lost skills to focus on the positivity of what people are able to do now.

We were pleased to make a donation of £1425 to continue their good work.

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We are so delighted that our Christmas Concert raised a fantastic £1000 for MOSAIC which has brought our final total to £4750.

Thank you to everyone who has supported the choir over the last couple of years and helped us to achieve this wonderful amount of money for this deserving charity. 


Thank you!

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