The Round Table have a long history of raising money for local good causes when Santa and his sleigh come to town. We've been proud to help for the last few years.
A brilliant way to celebrate our first year. Thank you to everyone that nominated us.
We offer the opportunity for the whole community to share in the values of Wellbeing, Discipline and Respect through Boxing. We want to teach the benefits of being active, respect for yourself and others, social responsibility and belonging to something you can take pride in.
We were proud to work in partnership with Cambridgeshire Police in 2016/17 with funded classes for young people who have been involved in anti-social behaviour, youth crime or behavioural problems at school. Boxing has a long proven history of making a difference to many young people’s lives and such a collaboration is exactly what a Commnunity Amateur Boxing Club is all about.
St Neots Mayor Cllr Derek Giles named the charities he supported for the 12 months he was in office for 2016/17. They are Eaton Socon Pre-school's New Building Fund, Small Steps, the Steve van de Kerkhove Cancer Research Project and New Saints Boxing Club.
'New Saints Boxing Club is one of my chosen charities so I am especially grateful for the support that is forthcoming from the business's in our area. The club is attracting members from a wide area and is teaching youngsters so many life skills'.
We'll also be adding to the Mayor's fund throughout the year with our own fund raising efforts so not only we will be supporting ourselves and what we are trying to do for the Community but helping others at the same time.
The St Neots & District Royal Naval Association chose us as one of their good causes, as chosen by their members, to share in the funds they raise in 2016.
This is in recognition for the work we are doing for the Young People of St Neots and the surrounding area and any money received will go towards replacing some of the equipment, mainly gloves and headguards, for those that can't afford to buy their own.
As you can imagine with so many children attending, and the nature of the training involved, the gloves we have are already starting to wear out. Being able to provide all the equipment they need regardless of their personal circumstances allows boxing to be accessible to everyone.
Some of our Juniors demonstrated their skills at the RNA meeting in December 2016.
We were delighted to be part of the first ever Tesco Family Fun Day on the Regatta Common in July 2016.
Tesco had kindly donated some equipment to us earlier in the year and invited us along with the other local community groups they supported.
Some of our Juniors took part in a demonstration of their skills with lots of the crowd joining in a typical fitness circuit.
New Saints Boxing Club
is a NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION that is trying to promote fitness and wellbeing through boxing in St. Neots and the surrounding area
We are run solely by volunteers giving up our own free time to provide this gym for the local community
If you are interested in supporting us email: email@example.com for sponsorship information