FRIENDS
of the
SUTTON & WAWNE MUSEUM



Just a few of the many, many Friends that support us

AND SO TO THE FUTURE

Your Local Family History
and Resource Centre
for Sutton, Bransholme, Wawne,
Stoneferry & Ings




HOW TO DONATE
AND BECOME 'A FRIEND'
OF THE SUTTON & WAWNE MUSEUM


Donations can be made Online,
or post by Sterling Cheque
or Money Order ;
however you wish

Please make your donation out to:
"The Sutton & Wawne Museum"

and send to our treasurer,
Mr Peter Rhodes, at :

The Sutton & Wawne Museum
25 Church St
SUTTON on HULL
HU7 4TL

or Online Donations can be made
through your bank, by BACS:
or if you have a PAYPAL account,
they have a facility where you can
pay to a numbered account as well.

to : YORKSHIRE BANK

Sort Code: 05-00-05

Account. No: 0541 3413

Reference: 'donation' or 'DVD'
[and your name if you wish]
We will add your name to our 'Friends' list.

ONLINE SALES of BOOKS, DVDs
  Online payments for books, DVDs, and  internet access to our DVD of Merrill's history of Sutton, Bransholme & Wawne are also taken by payment to this account.

Best to email us first though,
then we can advise on postage cost, etc.
If paying the £5 online access to the DVD, that can be paid and the access code and password sent within a couple of hours.
You could pay us at teatime, and you and your family abroad could be viewing
the DVD before bedtime!

This direct link is to the actual DVD
The Sutton & Wawne
~ DVD-ROM ~

***  ONLINE  ***
Just a £5  Fiver !
 

Sorry, cannot take cards, VISA, etc;
just BACS, PAYPAL,
ie, direct online banking.

We are most grateful for
anything you can help us with.
Pennies or Shillings, it all adds up
and keeps the Old School open
for future generations.

Please note:
We are not a registered charity,
and nor are we a 'trust'.
But we would sorely like to be.
We rely entirely on donations,
and the books, DVDs, we sell.


Note: we do have audited accounts,
and 100% of all donations directly
support keeping our museum open.
We have no paid staff or fundraisers.
We are All Volunteers,
for which we are truly thankful.

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CAVENDISH RD SCHOOL
The Children of Year Two
with Mrs A Whitfield
. . our good friends after their
lovely repeated visits to our museum
each year since 2014.



The Following Local Businesses
have also given their invaluable support
to The Old School Museum.
We ask that you support them too . . .

Blossom Beauty Salon, Church St, Sutton

Permutations Hair Salon,
Church St, Sutton

The Village Pantry, Church St, Sutton

Fryin', fish & chips, Church St, Sutton

Mace Food Store, Church St, Sutton

Cake-Licious, College St, Sutton

Duke of York, PH, Church St, Sutton

Love Letters Card & Gift Shop,
of Anlaby Common



For all our private donations,
as well as our local business support,
We give hearty thanks to each
and every one of you.
Collectively, you HAVE made
a whopping difference.

We look forward to seeing you all
in The Old School during the year.
Come and have a cuppa!


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FRIENDS OF
THE SUTTON & WAWNE MUSEUM


Thanks to all these
Friends of The Museum
who contributed to our appeal :

organisations shown in italics

Firstly, we again have to mention
The Children of Year 5,
ST JAMES' CHURCH
of ENGLAND ACADEMY,
Dorchester Rd, Hull,
led by Mrs M Capes
who have repeatedly raised
funds for us over the years.

THANK YOU, BOYS AND GIRLS,
FOR A TRULY
MAGNIFICENT EFFORT!
You are indeed OUR FRIENDS, and we look forward to the day when you yourselves will bring your children
in to see the Old School you have all
done so much to help.
Your excellent website can be found HERE

all Friends of The Museum are :

Year 5, St James' CofE Academy
the late Norman Brown, and family
Hull City Council
Jean Sutherland
Anonymous
Mr & Mrs John Oakley
Mr & Mrs R Saxby
Mr A Dearing
Mr B Sharp
Mr D W Goodin
Mr J A Baker
Mrs M Rhodes
Mrs S Cooke
Pat M O'Brien
Probus Club of Sutton
Mr Ken Mell
Mr & Mrs Doreen & Ron Forth
Mr Peter Blyth
Mr & Mrs B Dresser
Mrs Judith Allen
Mrs J E Barnes
Mrs E Shilleto
Mr G D Frankish
Mrs Audrey Moore (the late)
Mr Kevin Warcup
Mrs Jean Stockbridge
Mr Tony Broughton
Mrs Vera Hewson
Mrs Hazel Barrett
Mrs June Marriott
Mrs E Noble ~
~ in memory of husband, Ernest
Mrs Sheila Goring
Rev. Harold R Bowes
Mrs Ingrid Jones & Mr Gerry Thompson
Mr T Drake
Mrs K Williams
Mrs Mould
Mr Mrs D & L Moodie
Mrs Bessie Hawkins, (née Blyth)
Mr Arthur and Mrs Dorothy Blyth
Mrs E Cook
Mr L Peak
Mrs S Cooke
Mrs A Rogers
Mrs A Hickey
June Irvine
Mrs V Clark
Mrs K & Mr G Borrill
Mr P Rhodes
Mrs J Pybus & C Hawkins
Mr & Mrs H Robinson
Sutton in Holderness ...
... Conservation Society

Mr Alan Thurloe
St James' Craft Group, Sutton on Hull
Mrs & Mrs A Burton
Mrs J Bayram
Eileen Holden
Mr Mrs A Sims
Mr & Mrs K Buxton
Lord & Lady Prescott
Mrs E Grant
Miss C Wyatt
Mrs Ann Pullen
St James' Church Mothers' Union
Mr Martin O'Meara
Mr Mrs Steele
Mr Mrs Hattan (Solihull)
Maureen Fox
Mrs Bessie Hawkins
Mr & Mrs Arthur & Dorothy Blyth
Mr Mike Briggs
Mrs J Pearson
Mr Ivor Lewis
Mr Geoff Hill
The Suddaby Family
Margaret Ashley
Mrs Tess Hughes
Mr Don Robson
Mr David Sherwood
Mr Gordon Acaster
Mr Mrs Jon Gillings
St Columba's Flower Guild Ladies
Betty Grantham
Mr Tony Noble
Hull Bridge Wives Group, Beverley
Mr Ian Wolstencroft
Mr Mick Nicholson
Mrs Kathleen Holmes
The Leonard Chamberlain Trust
Mr & Mrs Peter King
Mrs Jessica Milner Davis ~ Australia
Mr Brian Pollard ~ Bristol
Mr Tony Rippon
The Townsend Family of
                   - Sutton & Australia
North Ferriby Methodist Womens' Fellowship
Anlaby Park Methodist Wives Group
Ted and Averiel Dodsworth
Miss Dianne Waslin
Mr  Chris Knott
Mrs Sue Jackson
Miss Amina Bristow
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