Over the Christmas period OPCSG has been the recipient of four generous donations

Through the good offices of OPCSG member Mike Breakell, on 21 December a well-established group of carollers in and around the Handboroughs, known as the Carol Crawl group, raised £251.87 for OPCSG with what their leader describes as their 'sonorous efforts'.  It's good to know that traditional carol singing is alive and well, and we are most grateful to this group for their efforts on behalf of prostate cancer patients whom we support.

OPCSG member Ian Van Maanen writes: “I am a member of the Abingdon Duplicate Bridge Club which each year organises a special Xmas event with a raffle. The proceeds of the raffle are donated to a charity of the members' choice, and I nominated OPCSG. The cause proved to be very popular, as a result the club collected about £130 for OPCSG.”  Thank you, bridge players.

The recent Mayor of Witney, Cllr Chris Woodward, sent us a cheque for £140 as a result of charitable work during his year on office.  Thank you Mr Mayor!

And Jason Hydraulics of Witney, whose boss is our long-standing member Fred Edwards, had a Christmas collection among their staff, resulting in a cheque for £112.72.  It’s not the first time that this company’s staff have supported OPCSG – many thanks to all of them.