1st March 2021
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We believe it is important to do your bit for the local community and this year we have chosen to support the JPK charity and will be carrying out a number events to raise money for this great charity.
It has always been important to us to contribute to the local community and the JPK Project is Beckwith’s nominated charity. We have chosen the JPK Project as it has been recently formed, is local and based in Old Town, Eastbourne. It’s purpose is to provide a supported living and training centre for people with Learning Disabilities in Eastbourne for the East Sussex Area.
The charity has purchased and renovated a former church which is now home to The Palm Court Tea Rooms open to the public for Morning Coffee, Lunches and Teas and provides a vibrant community space which is available to hire by local community groups and individuals. The café and bakery offers work experience and training placements for adults with Learning Disabilities and the longer term plan is for trainees to be able to live and work on site and we now need to raise funds to build specialist accommodation.
This charity is particularly dear to us as two of the directors have a daughter with Learning Disabilities. We hope you will support us in raising money for this charity.
Throughout recent years members of the company have helped to raise funds in a variety of events for the JPK Project including a cycle ride from John O’Groats to Lands End, A Half Marathon in Madrid and the organization and assistance at the Arlington Bluebell Walk.
In July 2014 Cameron and Murray Ballard, James an employee and three others cycled from John O’Groats to Lands End and raised £15,000. As well as the two boys being part of the Beckwith family we also provided the support vehicle and the fuel for this expedition and this raised over £15,000.
For the last three years the JPK Project has benefited from funds raised by providing catering and manning the entrance for the well-known Bluebell Walk in Arlington over their allocated two days. The volunteers for this event have been organized by Claire Ballard a founding Director and assisted by other members of the family.
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