Letter from Mrs Mooney, Fakenham. October 2020
To whom it may concern,
Just a little something to help the wheels go round on the ‘chariots of fire’ which picks me up on a Thursday and takes me into the bustling town.
The driver Rob and helper Alan are both lovely gentlemen and always ready for a laugh, of which we have quite a few. Its a jolly bus.
Please keep up the good work.
Article printed in The Lynn News – 28th August 2018
Fakenham Ukes donate £500 to Age Concern
The Fakenham Ukes band did more than just entertain with their upbeat toe-tapping music at Fakenham’s second annual music festival.
Tucked away in group leader Graham Thomas’s back pocket was also a cheque for £500 which they presented to Bob Francis, chairman of the Age Concern Fakenham Area Mini-Bus, at the end of their set.
They entertain wherever invited and charge no fee but ask for a donation which goes into their charity chest.
Pictured above, Ukes leader Graham Thomas presenting a £500 cheque to Age Concern’s chairman Bob Francis.
Letter printed in The Fakenham & District Sun – Issue 239 – December 2015
The Wells Nelson Club committee and members would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Age Concern Fakenham Minibus for now being able to provide us with a community bus and volunteer driver fortnightly on a Thursday. This means so much to all of us that we can now continue as we were. Thank you all so very much.
Diana Claxton, Wells Nelson Club