Kings Grove Class of 85 Reunion
14 Jul - 27 Sep 2019

Kings Grove Class of 85 @ 50 Reunion - In memory of Mr Ian Cowap

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Kings Grove Reunion Committee

Total raised


+ £170.00 Gift Aid

178 Complete
178% of £500.00 target

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Kings Grove School Class of 85 are raising as much as we can to beat cancer

In memory of

Mr Ian Cowap

10 Jun 1950 - 10 Feb 2016

We are hosting a school reunion for all who attending Kings Grove High School, Crewe from 1980-1985 and to celebrate us all reaching 50 in 2018/19.
We'd like to take the opportunity to also raise money for a good cause. Our much respected PE teacher Mr Ian Cowap passed away in 2016 after losing a battle to cancer. We'd like to raise as much as we can for the Cowap family's chosen charity - Cancer Research Metastatic Melanoma.
Whether you are attending the reunion or not if you could help us raise some money for this worthwhile cause it would be much appreciated.

Latest updates


Andy Newton



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Kings Grove Reunion Committee



This is money raised from our reunion event raffle. In addition to the £80 already posted by DP.
In memory of our influential and popular teacher.


Pot Noodle







+£5.00 Gift Aid

For Mr Cowap, Gail & for all who have lost their fight & for those who are fighting. Cancer affects all of us in one way or another. Hope for a cure x





+£20.00 Gift Aid

Ali Shaw



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Total raised£890.00



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