Tales of the Red Triangle – Table Tennis Takeover

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Cheltenham and Baker Street YMCA’S totally dominated the Cheltenham scene. Between 1927 and 1971, when they won Division 1 no fewer than 25 times, the names of Peter Cruwys, Bob Griffin and Ian Harrison were synonymous with success. In 1960 YMCA Cheltenham hosted the national finals of the YMCA Table tennis competition when Wimbledon beat...

Tales From the Red Triangle – Cheltenham College

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The mid-19th Century is often, quite unfairly, criticised for its lack of social awareness. In fact, the opposite is true and Cheltenham College was the first of the great public schools of the Victorian era. Two Cheltenham residents, G. S. Harcourt and J. S. Iredell founded Cheltenham College in July 1841 to educate the sons of gentlemen. It originally…

Urgent Help Needed #FeedCheltenham

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Urgent help is needed for food supplies for the food pantries in Cheltenham. Please see the information leaflet in this post about the food pantries and opening times in Cheltenham. Please keep reading for some ways you can help and why. Sarah Avery has been at a food network provider meeting this morning and the…

Family Space Manager Sarah Avery receives Paul Harris Fellowship from Cheltenham Rotary Club

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Rotary Club Sarah Avery featured image On Tuesday 5th of April Sarah Avery, Manager of Family Space, was awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship for her work at #Feed Cheltenham. The Fellowship is awarded “In appreciation of tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among the peoples of the world”. #FeedCheltenham is a Family Space...