Donation Time – Hunstanton Beach Clean & Theresa’s Tiny Treasures

Today we made 2 of 5 donations planed for this week and next week.

The 1st of today’s was to Sam Rutt of Barefoot SUP and Fitness. If your a lover of the ocean and beach where we live, then please come and join everyone volunteering on the 1st of April with a community beach clean.

Hunstanton Round Table are backing Sam with her efforts, and we have donated money to assist with the buying of equipment for the beach clean in Hunstanton.

The event will form part of the Surfers Against Sewage Big Spring Beach Clean Campaign. Barefoot SUP are working alongside Steve Murfet of Hunstanton Water Sports, Les Collinson of Hunstanton Kayaks and Hunstanton Sailing Club as fellow campaigners for cleaner beaches.

Sam said, “We are going to meet and take a nice stroll along the beach, collecting anything we find, and then afterwards check in at Hunstanton Sailing Club for a well earned drink (the bar will be open). I really do hope you can come and join us to give something back to a beach we all love and enjoy”

If you are interested in joining the beach clean you can find the Facebook event here.

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Our second donation today was to Theresa’s Tiny Treasures.

We have donate £1600 of equipment to help Theresa with a this fantastic charity that she has set up. Theresa started Theresa’s Tiny Treasures in October 2015, the ‘treasures’ being the keepsakes and items which she could offer families.

Theresa’s Tiny Treasures is a unique baby bereavement charity for Norfolk providing professional quality baby bereavement photography, hand and footprints onto ceramic, plaster castings of hands and feet, made with love clothing for all stages of baby loss, blankets, quilts, hand made cloth nappies for babies from 12 weeks of pregnancy to term, miscarriage baby clothing and keepsakes, burial gowns made from wedding dresses, handmade baby bracelets and angel charms, laser engraved stars including all siblings, extra sets of ink free footprints for grandparents and other family members, hand and footprints into sand for bigger babies which are made into glass plaques.

Also provided are sibling toys and a sibling library which includes books for all ages to explain the loss of a sibling and why Mummy had an angel instead of bringing home a baby.

Theresa said, “It’s an honour to be able to change a photo a little to make it more acceptable for a family to share with others, it’s makes such a difference to people.
Sadly miscarriage and stillbirth is still not a subject which most people talk about so fundraising is so hard. I’ve had many people asking me why I do what I do…. I say ‘because it is so very needed, there is no pain worse than losing a longed for baby.’ Thank you to Hunstanton Roundtable for donating, it will make such a difference to the charity.”

You can find out more about Theresa’s Tiny Treasures on her website –

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Donation Time – Burnham Market Primary School

Our latest donation to Burnham Market Primary School. This was the first time back for some of the Roundtable members since leaving. We donated money towards funding the new music area for the children to use at break time. Pictured with the new music equipment are Roundtable members and some of the children and teachers from the school along with head teacher Mrs Stroulger

Sunset Festival

We are in the process of organizing our very first ever beer festival, in partnership with Hunstanton Sailing Club, and we are looking for anyone interested in sponsoring us to help get it off the ground. If you’re interested, visit our website here Sunset Festival

We hope to bring you more info as we progress with it. The Saling Club have managed to get the British Kite Surfing Championship to be held on the same weekend as part of the festival, and we hope to have lots of different bands and Dj’s playing over the weekend.

You can also contact us here


Hunstanton Beach Clean


We are please to be supporting Sam in her efforts to do a clean up on Hunstanton beach, we will be donating funds to purchase all the equipment to help with the beach clean, and will be helping out on the day. If you are free on Saturday the 1st April, and would like to help with the beach clean then, please come along to Hunstanton Saling club for 1:00pm.

For more information, click here.


Daisy Mason

Great to see young Daisy Mason enjoying herself playing football in the walker we donated to her last year. We’ve been supporting Daisy for the last couple of years, & it’s nice to see the things we do to raise money, goes to such great local good causes.

You can follow more on Daisy’s story here.

Latest Donation 

​Today along with the Hunstanton rotary club Hunstanton and district round table made a joint donation of £3,545 to young Jake Penn so that the conversion work being carried out on jakes home can be adapted for him to be able to have his own independence and living space.we are so pleased to be able to help jake out this is why we love doing what we do. Picture is of round table and rotary member with jake and his mother Jemma Greef.

London Marathon 2017

We would like to wish our fellow Round Table member Rob Brown good luck in his training, ready for taking part in the London Marathon this year to raise money for the Norfolk Hospice Tapping House. This is something Hunstanton Round Table members have been taking part in every year since 2008, and Rob has put himself forward this year. If you wish to make a donation and support Rob in this great cause then click on the link below.

Donate here


Christmas Swim 2016

Merry Christmas, hope all your costumes are ready looks like you’ve all been busy. Here is a little reminder of info for you all, the Doors to oasis will be open from 10:00am for registration of swimmers and to get changed. 10:45am judging of costumes by the Mayor and Roundtable National President (he’s going in as well), and a quick briefing to swimmers. At 10:50am we will then parade along Prom from Oasis to the ramp by the Waterside Bar down to the beach, at 11:00am the Chairman and Vice Chairman will wade out with the banner, whilst swimmers wait on the shore line. Once they are in position we will release the swimmers to enter the water. Once you come out there will be hot soup for all the swimmers provided by the Waterside Bar. Then head back to oasis to have a nice deserved shower and to get changed. Your swim certificate will be there waiting for you to collect. Good luck thanks for taking part, see you all on Christmas morning.