Holly Berzins and Richard Mcveigh, from Peterborough Park Inn, raised £576.34 cycling from the Bedford Park Inn back to their hotel. This was part of a marathon relay cycle ride around all of the group’s hotels.
Yaxley Football Club raised £150 at their comedy night back in May.
Posh fan Richard Feek raised £20 selling his home brew beer at an end of season party.
The Rutland Cricket League donated £100 from the proceeds of the Stamford Spastics Cup competition.
The Woolpack in Stanground, Peterborough raised £725 for us at their Summer Fun Day.
Posh fan Peter Nelson donated £130 from his office Euro 2012 prediction competition, which was kindly matched by his company, Barclays.
Crawley company Sponsor Football made a donation of £250 as a result of giving us £1 for every club registering on their website. We will be using this to fund a ‘Kick’ at their local club Crawley Town in February.
Posh fan, Jamie Jones raised £56.47 at his Indie Disco night, ‘Bedsitter’ at The City Club in Peterborough.
Warboys Community Primary School and St Helen’s Primary School in Bluntisham both donated £50 from their Olympic Torch event, with thanks to Academy Sports Development Ltd for nominating us.
On Non League Day Rugby Town FC held a bucket collection and raised £50.
Rangefield Social Club donated £110.
We were among 4 charities who received £400 out of a total of £1,600 raised at the annual Torch Northern Soul Reunion in Stoke, with thanks to Paul Donnelly for nominating us again.
Thank you to Peterborough United chairman, Darragh Macanthony, for donating his fees for writing a couple of articles for MSN Sport to us.
Also thank you to Dundee United supporters who raised £60 at a fundraising evening, auctioning a ticket voucher that was donated to us by the club on our Scotland trip earlier this year.
And finally thanks to Chris Williams at Green Energy Parks Peterborough, for the donation of £123, a pound for each run we scored against them in the cricket match a couple of months ago.