Cameron Grant Memorial Trust

Very many thanks to Michael Smith who bought our Land Rover Mountain Bike for £510, money which we will use to design, print and deliver more of Cameron’s Coasters and Cards. Here’s Michael with his new bike!

Cameron’s Coasters are now available in 16 different languages! Many thanks to Mrs India UK 2020 Finalist Shubhangi Mitra for arranging the translations.

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Cameron's Coasters

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Cameron didn’t seek help and no one – including us and his friends at Uni – knew that he was suffering from depression. We produce Cameron’s Coasters, customised drink mats, which we send to schools, universities, local pubs and sports clubs, and...
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6th Night Walk postponed

06 Sep 2020
For various reasons, all COVID related, we’ve decided not to run the 6th Night Walk as planned on Friday, October 9th....
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