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5 Jul 2016. Mike Petty guest speaker about the Cambridge Collection. He advises that the Auction is in keeping with the Cambridge tradition of welcoming refugees. In the early 20th century it had been Belgians and Serbs, Jews and others fleeing Nazi oppression. Now it is the turn of Syrians who need our help.

Sam Hewett (Shelterbox) says that the war in Aleppo has worsened very seriously. Tens of thousands have fled, homeless, unprotected and without food ... more

16 Jun 2016 (Times) Penniless child migrants are being pushed into prostituion to pay entry fee into camps in Northern France ... more

    

Fundraising for Syrian Refugees

In aid of Shelterbox who are sending tents and equipment to the camps and the Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign

Donations and an Auction of Promises

organised by the Rotary Club of Cambridge at St John's College, Cambridge

26th September at 7pm

with Lord Jeffrey Archer as auctioneer and many well known guests

a buffet will be provided

  

The superb promises include holidays in Brittany, SW France, Turkey and Norfolk, works of art, rowing with an Olympian, chauffeured tours by Bentley and Aston Martin limousines etc.

    

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