Raising the Funds


As well as holding our own events to raise vital funds for our Reshaping Our Resources project, we’re also seeking the support of the community to help us realise our vision for the future of our church.
We’d like to thank AllChurches Trust Ltd for their generous grant of £1,500.

Our fund-raising events so far…

The weather was absolutely perfect for our afternoon tea at Bolton Hall in July.
A fabulous team of volunteers were busy in the Victorian Kitchen whilst under the marquee kindly loaned by Wensleydale Rotary Club another team were busy preparing the Pimms. There were a host of lawn games and it was great to see so many people enjoying the afternoon.
We are very grateful to Lord Harry Bolton, Tesco, Andy the Baker, and the Wensleydale Rotary Club for their generosity in supporting the event to generate all-important funds for our Reshaping Our Resources project.

was raised by the Bolton Hall Victorian Tea party!

As part of Leyburn’s 1940’s weekend we held a vintage church fête with games and stalls.

was raised by the Vintage Fête at the 1940's weekend!

In late August 2017 Leyburn PCC member Jeremy Burchill embarked on some Munro Bagging to raise funds for the Reshaping our Resources project.
What’s Munro Bagging?  For an explanation and examples, go to the VisitScotland website.
Read Jeremy’s report on his 4-day climb here.
And you can still make a donation on Jeremy’s VirginMoneyGiving page.

was raised by Jeremy's "Munro Bagging"

If you’d like to fund-raise for us we’d love to hear from you!

“This is a bold project and we shouldn’t underestimate its ambition or potential community benefit: a working church and a community space rolled into one! With good partnerships already formed and more to come, the Stronger Communities programme is delighted to be involved”
Gillian Wall
Stronger Communities Delivery Manager,
North Yorkshire County Council

“It is fantastic to be working with a Church that is so committed to developing a tailored, community friendly space and new services and activities for the whole community.“
Leah Swain
Community First Yorkshire