Malorees
infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Malorees
Junior School

Summer fair raffle for kensal rise library & SUPPORT for grenfell-affected families

We're delighted to announce proceeds from this year's Summer Fair raffle will go to two very special local causes: the Kensal Rise Library and the Rugby Portobello Trust.

           

The amazing prizes - to be drawn at 4pm next Saturday (14th) at the Fair - include: 

- Year’s Annual Membership of the Moberly (worth £600!) 
Drama Queens term of classes (worth £125)   
- Maqam Centre – 10 yoga or pilates sessions!! (worth £125)
The Parlour meal voucher (£80)
- 5 x Moberly Family Day Passes (worth £20 each)
Lizzie Barker Fitness – 2 x 1-1 PT sessions
- Ruth Eglin's Pilates Reformer classes (2 x 1 hr private studio) 
Supra clothes voucher (£25)
Queens Park Books collection of signed books (inc Holly Webb, David Solomons)
Salusbury Wine Store wine hamper
Messapica charcuterie & pasta treat
- Kensal Eyes - £30 voucher
Vicki’s lunch voucher (£20)
Cable Co brunch voucher for 2 (£20)
- Beautiful Terranium - by Prickle & Fern
- 'Malorees Arts Week' special bundle
- Minons 'Bumper Bundle'
- Star Wars set
.......and more!!!!

A big thank-you to all the lovely donors.

How & where to buy tickets

Tickets are 50p each, £2 a strip, or £5 for 3 strips (we'll do 8 strips for £10 if you really like the great causes and the prizes!).

You can buy online by clicking here or from either school office, at the Fair or by emailing me at friendsofmalorees@gmail.com.

For details of our Summer Fair Silent Auction please click here 

Message from Kensal Rise Library

The Friends of Kensal Rise Library was founded by the local community to save its unique library, opened by Mark Twain in 1900 and closed by cuts in 2011.
Since then, our community has fought tirelessly and has won back the ground floor.  The library would otherwise have become luxury flats and out of community hands forever. 
We have also fundraised like crazy for the refurbishment, achieving  an amazing £220,000 so far. This has let us  restore the original Victorian floor, install a new ceiling, a kitchen and loo, lighting, plumbing, heating, joinery, plastering/painting, etc. The space now looks beautiful. It’s already being used for community  events, meetings, councillors’ surgeries etc. Wonderful local partners like Malorees, have helped realise this massive achievement.
However, though beautiful, the space is empty. 
So we now need to raise another £50,000 to kit it out and create a library that children and adults can use. 
Here’s our Kit Out Shopping List:
A children’s library   £12,000
Furniture £12,000
A back office £7,000
Mobile shelves £8,000
Reception and retail area  £5,000
Blackout blind & Projector  £4,000
Burglar alarm system  £2,000
We have a deadline: we hope to open officially in September, as that’s the anniversary of the building being opened by Mark Twain. So, no time to lose! 
Thank you, Malorees, for your support!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thriving Stands for:

Teamwork
Health & Happiness
Respect
Individuality
Vibrant Learning
Inspiration
Nurture
Growth & Challenge