Blackpool - November 2010
was pleased to be associated with R3PLAY, it was a huge event and covered
arcade video games, pinballs, home consoles and home computers, the
show ran all weekend and was a great success, R3PLAY 2011 should be
even better. Visit www.r3play.info for more details.
Children in Need - November 2010
was the first Children in Need at the "New" Arcade Barn and
our best year yet, we had an Xbox 360 donated to us by Jon at www.teamk.co.uk
and some runner up prizes donated by Dsyde from the Jamma+ forum. Our
grand total was a fantastic £1,530, a huge thanks to all those
that turned up (45+ people) and those that could not make it but donated
Barn, Children in Need - November 2009
the success of the previous year the Arcade Barn was open again to help
rasie money for Children in Need, friends, family and Jamma+ forum members
kindly donated and we raised over £500 beating the previous years
Barn, Children in Need - November 2008
Jamma+ forum members attended the first Aracade Barns Children in Need
event in Devon, The Arcade Barn opened it's doors on Friday evening
and had over 30 machines running all on freeplay, they managed to raise
nearly £300 all of which was donated to Children in Need.
In Aid Of Zoe's Place Hospice for Babies - October 2006
October 2006, we were pleased to be attending Charakade in Cheshire.
This was a weekend of fun and gaming with all proceeds going to Zoe's
Place Charity, a hospice for babies. Whilst we were not directly responsible
for organising this, we were pleased to be associated with it. The weekend
raised a total of £555.
Boy Advance Appeal - May 2006
May 2006, we were told of efforts being made to acquire a Game Boy for
a little boy called Sam so that he would have something to do during
his stay in hospital. Our kind hearted members pretty much immediately
donated a total of £140.00. The Jamma+ site stood all the Pay
Pal fees, which allowed every penny donated by members to go directly
to the cause. Seeing the joy on the little lads face made it worthwhile
for all concerned.
Ball, in aid of the 'Everyman' Charity - December 2005
December 2005, we were pleased to be attending Retro Ball in Coventry.
This was a weekend of fun and gaming with all proceeds going to the
Everyman Charity for Testicular Cancer. Whilst we were not directly
responsible for organising this, we were proud to be associated with
it. The weekend raised around £800.
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