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The JPK Palm Court Tea Room Opens

The JPK Palm Court Tea Room in Old Town Eastbourne has opened. Our wonderful volunteers are here every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 4.30pm and look forward to welcoming you. We have parking on-site in our car park and we’re on a bus route served by the Stagecoach no1 and the Brighton Coaster […]

The Fitbit Semi de Paris for the JPK Project

Cameron Ballard is undertaking the ‘Fitbit Semi de Paris’ half marathon, on Sunday, 4th March in aid of the JPK Project. It isn’t the first time Cameron has taken on a challenge for the JPK Project, having completed the gruelling John O’Groates to Land’s End cycle ride in 2014. With his team, he raised over […]

The JPK Palm Court Tea Room Opening February 14th

The JPK Palm Court Tea Room is looking great and all set to open on February 14th. Our wonderful volunteers will be serving homemade cakes, teas and coffees and lunches. Come and visit us in Old Town, near St. Mary’s Church, for a warm welcome and spread the word with friends and family. We have […]

Tesco Bags of Help for the JPK Project

We’re thrilled to announce the JPK Project has been selected as one of three local charities to receive a grant for much needed equipment in our Community Training Centre. The next stage of the process will see Tesco customers vote to determine how much we we will receive. Of the three charities the one that […]

Arrival at Base Camp

Matt and team have arrived at the Aconcagua Base Camp and sent an update to the JPK Project – “Hello from Base Camp Jill! We trekked 6.5 hours yesterday and established camp. Rest day today and much needed. Acclimatising well. Tomorrow push on for a food and equipment drop to camp 1 at 5050m. We […]

Matt Shore Aconcagua Expedition Update

Matt Shore and team have safely in the Argentinian city of Mendoza for their Aconcagua Expedition and posted an update of their progress as they prepare for the climb and raise money for the JPK Project. “Hi Jill – We are at Penitentes and start trekking today! At altitude 2200m and heading up to 3400m today […]

We’re Back at the Bluebell Walk in April

We’re delighted to have again been given dates to fundraise at the Bluebell Walk in Arlington. The JPK Project will be offering teas, coffees, cakes and a warm welcome on Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th April – head to our Events section for more information.

Matt’s Mountain Challenge for the JPK Project

Eastbourne personal trainer Matt Shore is taking on an ‘adventure of a lifetime’ to reach the summit of the Aconcagua in the Andes in January to raise funds for the JPK Project and a Para Monte, a charity focused on altitude illnesses. He will be making the ascent as part of a small team. The […]

Join our Board of Trustees

The JPK Project is currently seeking a new Trustee to join our Board. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in sharing their professional skills and knowledge, and is passionate about improving the lives of others and making a difference within the community. You can find out more about joining the Board […]

Vote for the JPK on the Aviva Community Fund

A little appeal for your help. Voting has opened for the Aviva Community Fund and we’re asking you to vote for the JPK Project. It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to gain valuable funding – and we need your help. Here’s our project link: https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/17-842 Please follow the link to the Aviva Community fund website and […]

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