SEPTEMBER ‘2017 BRIT INVASION OF THE USA’ FEATURES ON THE USA 2017 page
The epitome of Muscles for Charity – Steady Eddie.
Featured here during the ‘Belgian Invasion’ of the UK in the summer of 2017, the Muscles co-founders commitment to the team is reflected by his 130 mile return journey to almost every UK job.
THE SEAMLESS HAND OVER OF ‘TAT’
Muscles for Charity have featured at Felixstowe Seafront (Car Boot Sales) on Sunday mornings for several years as locally based ‘Lady Sarah’ exchanged ‘tat’ for cash and enabled the UK Muscles team Tool Fund to prosper.
The amazing Lady Sarah can sleep longer, and enjoy early morning tea at home, in 2017 as the Bentley family seamlessly slip into collection and sales mode, assisted by Muscles team members.
Thanks to everyone involved in contributing, collecting and selling on behalf of the Muscles for Charity Tool Fund.
Total raised after two Car Boot Sales – 489.91 GBP, involving 95 voluntary hours.
JUNE GARDEN WORK AND SHED ROOF REPAIR AT MARTLESHAM
Saturday 10th June and members of the team complete a garden makeover for Avril and repair the roof on her garden shed. Alan and Rich feature in the photograph (below)
Thanks to everyone on the team for repairing and upgrading Avril’s garden area.
WATCH OUT MUSCLES MEMBERS FROM THE USA ARE IN TOWN !
April 2017 and Muscles USA stalwarts, Amy and Frank Soto, receive a very warm and sincere welcome at the ‘Fat Cat’ pub in Ipswich. Nice shirt, Frank !
FIRST JOB OF THE YEAR AND STEVE PROGNOSTICATES !
The first job of the 2017 season was much like any other, Steve prognosticates, Big Bernie is up to mischief and the excellent photographs are provided by the one person who avoids being photographed ! Not this year, Front row Phil features below –
Val’s garden was transformed by the eleven volunteers on a beautiful spring morning.
Thanks to everyone who helped make Val’s day !
The day after the job, Janet e-mailed, “Please use what ever u need Val has just rung to say how pleased she was when she looked out the window this morning and could see all the way down to the end. At 92 we are all proud of her and happy for her to go on the website as long as you don‘t put mine at 52 !!! All of you do a fantastic job. Val is donating cancer research and to St Elizabeth‘s Hospice as this is close to our hearts and as my mum died of breast cancer at 69. We will also donate simon‘s dads old tools etc to be donated to charity and will pass them on to Bernie to hand over.