Lloyd Mesmain running the London Marathon for the Trust
27th September 2022
A big thank you to Lloyd Mesmain who this weekend is running the 26.2 miles of the Virgin London Marathon representing The Stevenage Community Trust.
"Having grew up in Stevenage I became aware of The Stevenage Community Trust charity. The most endearing reason why I wanted to specifically represent them is because of the above and beyond support they provide in the local community. Supporting people that are struggling to provide essential items and general living for their family.
I am immensely proud to have the opportunity to represent and support the Stevenage Community Trust - and so I would respectfully ask you now to please consider sponsoring this great local cause."
Please visit https://tcslondonmarathon.enthuse.com/pf/lloyd-mesmain to donate.
Dinner and Dance 2022
We're delighted to report that the Stevenage Community Trust black tie dinner held at The Priory Barn, Little Wymondley raised just over £40,000 on Friday night, an all-time record.
Thank you to Costco for their £100 donation
Thank you to local business Costco for their recent £100 donation. The Trust makes a real difference to the lives of people in need within our community, especially in these times of extreme hardship, so we are incredibly grateful for their generous contribution.
Sad passing of long serving trustee Alex Lang
The Stevenage Community Trust is sad to announce the passing of one of our longest serving trustees, Alex Lang aged 78.
Alex served as a trustee for nearly 20 years and was one of life‘s very rare givers and doers.
New Lifestyles Hub for Stevenage Leisure
Stevenage Leisure were delighted to showcase the new Lifestyles Hub. The project was made possible with funding from the Stevenage Community Trust.
North Herts College celebrate new allotment thanks to community funding
North Herts College this week celebrated the success of their new Stevenage Community Allotment thanks to local funding, and lots of very hard work by the college students and project team.
Lord Cobbold Patron and founding Chairman of the SCT
Former Patron and founding Chairman of the Stevenage Community Trust Lord David Cobbold has sadly passed away aged 84.
Community Grant helps fund new play equipment
Among the many community projects that we helped fund during the last year, is this lovely new play equipment and seating for the Community Hall play area in Watton-at-Stone.
Come along to our Volunteer Coffee Morning!
Come along to our Volunteer Coffee Morning to become part of a fantastic team of people who are passionate about making the lives of local people better.