Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

All of us at the JCF are saddened and shocked by the devisatation and loss of lives suffered by the Japanese after the recent earthquake and tsunami. A massive earthquake, the seventh largest recorded in history, which struck the east coast of Japan on Friday 11 March. The earthquake, measuring 8.8 on the Richter scale, triggered a tsunami which hit the east coast of Japan with 7-metre-high waves, leaving a trail of destruction. Reports say that more than 1,000 people have died in the disaster, with many more missing and many injured. The earthquake triggered fires and caused severe damage to buildings, leaving more than five million homes without electricity and a million without water. The Japanese Red Cross has been working on the ground since the disaster began, mobilising 86 teams, made up of around 600 doctors, nurses and support staff, to provide first aid and healthcare and assess…

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Ghost Hunt – Muddiford Inn – October 2011

AGhost Hunt at the Muddiford Inn has made a profit of 290.00 for the JCF. The evening started with musical entertainment from Jaden Cornelious and then at the stroke of 11pm the bufet was served followed by the lights being dimmed and the33 brave souls stayed up all night at the 16th century old coaching inn to wait for ghostly happenings….. they weren’t disappointed!! Thanks to lovely landlady Pearl for hosting the evening and to Nick Jenkins for his psychic help.

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Quiz Night June 2011

Thanks to Sue and Roger for hosting the June quiz night. In all 116.00 was raised so this will be added to the kitty to help purchase equipment for the Caroline Thorpe Children’s Ward at the North Devon District Hospital.

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Musical Evening at The Big Sheep July 2010

On Sunday 18th July 2010 The Jaden Cornelious Foundation held a musical evening at the Big Sheep, Abbotsham, Nr Bideford, Devon and raised 320.00 for the Jaden Cornelious Foundation and 48.00 for The Quality of Life Animal Sanctuary. The Jaden Cornelious Foundation would like to thank The Big Sheep for the use of their venue and for their support, as well as the great Audience and of course the singers…without theseamazinglytalented people there would not have been a show. Sarah the Hostess with the MostessThe first on stage was Emma Brimacombe from JCGC who certainly knows how to warm the audience up, she sang: I dreamed a dream – Les MiserablesPharoahs Song – The Musical JosephMy Number One –Hung Up – Madonna The delightful Sue Dent from JCGC wooed the audience with: May You Never – John Martyn (Sue did the Lucinda Drayton version)Crazy – Patsy ClineI Close My Eyes…

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