Mike has been purr-suaded to get all cathletic and get his running paws out to raise some money for Cloth Cat. Ok, I'll try and stop the puns but it's all
paws-itive stuff and will help the charity continue to deliver vital services and activities through meow-sic (sorry!) to those who really need it. It's a full 26.2 mile marathon which taking place on Sunday 11th October. It follows a route around the historic City of York and a series of villages to the north-east before winding it's way back. Mike's currently got a dodgy knee and is receiving treatment for it and the physio's remit is to get him through the race in one piece so lots of sympathy is needed but he wants to raise as much money as possible to help the project so please help if you can.
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A nice man called Kevin has donated a drum machine, a fourtrack tape recorder and an electric guitar so he has earned a place on our Hall of fame.
Charmsmith of Albion is creating a line of musically themed jewellery and the proceeds of which will be donated to clothcat, Charmsmith have Charmed their way onto our Clothcat Hall of Fame, here is a pdf showing a small sellection.
The Centre for English Studies raised 1120 for Cloth Cat and have gained a place of excellence on our Hall Of Fame
Cloth Cat voted 5th best Outstanding Open Mic night by
So thank you to everyone who voted for it, it is truly appreciated. It's probably one of the longest running open mics in Leeds and there's been loads of people involved in it since it started upstairs in the Royal Park pub back in the mid 90s
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Love Music have donated some real currency not that cryptostuff to clothcat and Virtually appear on the Hall of Fame
Mickey Thompson has donated to Cloth Cat and has a place on our Hall of Fame
Bilton Park have donated a small vault of cash and earned themselves a place in our Hall of Fame
March Violets Kindly donated to clothcat and have financed their way to our Hall of Fame
Mike Jolly from Cloth Cat Leeds was interviewed in Champions up north click here to learn more
Article in South Leeds Life promoting Clothcatleeds click here to learn more
Debbie Roe formally of Speed Queen fame donated records to Cloth Cat and has zoomed onto our hall of fame page
Johnny Solstice Donated records to Cloth Cat and is now been added to the Supreme Hall of fame page.
Silky the Comedian donated some stagelights to Clothcat leeds and so he is on our mighty Hall of Fame page oh yeah.
In a mighty meeting of community spirit three educational facilities Cloth Cat Leeds, Oblong and the Workers Education Association are joining up for the day to promote our partnership work with a tent at the Unity Day Festival on Woodhouse Moor in Hyde Park. Known secretly as project C.O.W look for the tent named as The Cow Shed and show your support and enjoy a great day out, Unity Day starts at 12pm and finishes at 7pm Sat 27th July.
Jeremy Morton from South Leeds Life has kindly donated us lots of vinyl to help us fund Cloth Cat, Awsome you have earned a spot on our Cloth Cat Hall Of Fame page.
Crash Records donated an unbeliveable amount of records for us to sell to earn money for our charity, Ace you are on our Cloth Cat Hall Of Fame page.
Leeds Metropoliton University kindly donated us 2 PCs which we are most grateful for. Hurray you have earned a place on our Cloth Cat Hall Of Fame page too.