Our charity fundraising

Our charity fundraising

Each year the members of the society nominate and the committee select a charity that will benefit from any fund-raising during the show that year - this is usually through the interval raffle. You can see our recent fundraising activity below.


2024 (Sleeping Beauty) - MIND (Burton & District) & Linjoy Wildlife Sanctuary

£400 to each charity


2023 (Wizard of Oz) - St Giles Hospice & You 1st - Emotional Support

£500 to each charity


2022 (Aladdin) - MacMillan



2020 (Beauty and the Beast) - Burton and District MIND



2019 (Dick Whittington and his cat) - Macmillan Nurses



2018 (Cinderella) - Royal Derby Hospital - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit



2017 (Jack and the Beanstalk) - Treetops Hospice


Treetops Hospice


2016 (The Sleeping Beauty) - Age UK Burton


Age UK Burton


2015 (Sinbad and his 8th Voyage) - The Brain Tumour Charity



2014 (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs) - Home Start East Staffordshire



More information can be found on Home Start can be found here: homestartes.btck.co.uk



2013 (Aladdin) - Me and Dee


Me and Dee cheque hand over

More information can be found on Me and Dee can be found here: www.meanddee.co.uk



2012 (Beauty and the Beast) - Alzheimers Society


Cheque hand over at the 2012 Lights switch-on

More information can be found on Alzheimer's Society here: www.alzheimers.org.uk


2011 (End of the Beer Show) - Help for Heroes


Help for HeroesHelp for Heroes bears

More information on Help for Heroes can be found here: www.helpforheroes.org.uk


2011 (Cinderella) - Burton Hospital League of Friends - Coronary Care Unit



2010 (Dick Whittington) - The Donna Louise Children's Hospice


Donna Louise Children's Hospice logoDonna Louise Hospice images


More information on the charity can be found on their website: www.donnalouisetrust.org

2009 (Babes in the Wood) - Midlands Air Ambulance


Air Ambulance certificate


Cheque handover

More information on the charity can be found on their website: www.midlandsairambulance.com

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