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One thing we like to do as a group is to support local and national charities, as we feel it is important that we give something back to our local communities.
Below is a list of groups and charity events that we have supported to add colour and attract members of the public, so the events are a success and raise vital funds.

If you run a charity and need a centrepiece for your event, please get in contact, as we always aim to help at least one charity each year

In 2014 we supported the Essex Boys and Girls clubs helping out at the Herts and Essex shooting association fun day.

In 2013 we supported the Knowle and Dorridge Lions, Baddesley Clinton, Solihull and the British Heart Foundation.

In 2012 we were asked to entertain as a medieval banquet in Westminster hall london. The event was for a charity suporting a school for the blind in India

In 2010 we were asked again to provided a guard of honour to guests arriving at the London Taxi Drivers association event of underprivileged children.

In 2009 we decided to support the Herts Air Ambulance and provided a free show to help them raise funds. As a group we felt it was such a good cause we also donated £300 of club funds to further boost the days total.

In 2008 we provided a free guard of honour to guests arriving at the London Taxi Drivers association event of underprivileged children. A lot of celebrities were there including the Cheeky Girls!

In 2007 we provided a free event to support Addenbrookes Hospital at Abbots Ripton Hall. A fantastic setting and again lots of funds raised for a wonderful cause.


In 2006 we provided a free show as a centrepiece to local secondary schools fundraising summer fair as their charity of choice was the Foxdells animal centre in Bishops Stortford. We also made a donation of £400 to support the animals as well.


In 2005 we found out that a local war memorial had been damaged by vandals. As a result of an appeal we provided a show free of charge to help the local community raise funds to repair the memorial.

In 2005 5 members completed the ‘Bridge the Gap’ walk around Cambridge in armour to support the Arthur Rank Hospice, which has helped many people local to Cambridge.


In 2004 we helped to support the ‘Dreams Come True’ charity which supports terminally ill children, again a free show was provided to add colour to their event.


Before 2004 we not only supported local events but also made an annual donation to St Johns Ambulance as well as provided some Christmas hampers to the elderly which the Salvation Army distributed on our behalf.


Tug of War with a Traction Engine, Rougham Airfield.

In aid of the US Air Force Charity

Sir Ralph with Penn Gwinn raising money for Hearing Dogs For Deaf People.