Summer BBQ

On a wonderful sunny day, a lunchtime BBQ was held by Jane and Duncan Hume at their home in Bournemouth. Guests enjoyed lovely food cooked by Duncan, salads and puddings prepared by Jane as well as a swim and lots of laughter. Thank you to all who helped raise £225

Curry Evening

The Gate of India, Parkstone, Poole, treated us to some wonderful food and provided a very convivial atmosphere in May. Thanks to the generosity of the restaurant £202 was raised to help the children and everyone had a most enjoyable evening. Thank you to the Dhaka Support Group for the organisation and friends for their

Bournemouth Bay Run

Thanks to Ken Adams and Alec Turner for their sponsored run. With the support of his colleagues, friends and Soroptimists they raised £89.90 which is fantastic and will support a child for 9 months. this was the first time Ken has done a sponsored run, so we hope it won’t be the last. Well Done!

Tandem Bike Ride

http://www.thehornblowjogle.com John O’Groats to Land’s End on a tandem….From September 23 2017 for two weeks Stephney and Jono Hornblow – mother and son – are cycling the 894miles to raise funds for Cementing Futures and The British Heart Foundation. Stephney (65) had a health scare last year and has subsequently been in training and lost

Bournemouth Marathon 2016

We will be running a hydration station near Bournemouth pier all day on Sunday 2 October and would love to see our supporters. Over 3000 marathon runners will be hurtling (or staggering!) past, 17miles into their marathon and will need lots of encouragement and plenty of water, handed out by our team of volunteers. This

Sharing Cake

Sharing Cake

When visiting Mohammadpur Literacy Centre the children were given cake as well as their nutritional snack as a special treat.  The children, of their own accord, wrapped the cake in the serviettes to take home to share with their siblings.

Loving our Uniform

Loving our Uniform

The mothers decided that they would like their children to have a uniform, selected a colour and sourced the dresses and shirts. On the day Michael and Nadine visited two children attended school without their uniform, the girl in yellow and the girl in red, as their homes had been washed away in the previous

Michael and Nadine’s Visit

Michael and Nadine’s Visit

Michael Parker, a cardiac physiologist from Southampton, visited the Cementing Futures projects while visiting Dhaka, Bangladesh. Michael raised much appreciated funds for us by running a Marathon in the searing heat in Dhaka which was organised for him by students from the University of Dhaka.  He is shown here with his partner, Nadine, Professor Suraiya

SUPPER AND FILM EVENING

SUPPER AND FILM EVENING

Thursday, 10 December, 2015 Bournemouth Colosseum, the UKs smallest cinema Tickets in advance at £20 to include 2 course meal followed by “It’s a Wonderful Life” enquiries@cementingfutures.org  

BOURNEMOUTH MARATHON

BOURNEMOUTH MARATHON

BOURNEMOUTH MARATHON on Sunday, 4 October, 2015 Hydration Station We will once more be manning the Hydration Station nearest Bournemouth Pier, 17 miles into the Marathon, for which helpers are needed to undo and distribute water bottles to the runners.  If you would like to help please contact us through enquiries@cementingfutures.org   Marathon Runners We