Fiction Masterclass Event

Join us in the elegant surroundings of Newark’s Carriages café for a fun and creative ‘Fiction Masterclass’ evening with widely published local author Megan Taylor.

Only 7 weeks to go until the fundraising event of the year!

There's just 7 weeks to go until the Great Notts Bike Ride on Sunday 23rd June 2019 and we still have some Charity Places for you to raise money for Think Children at this fantastic family-friendly event in the beautiful Nottinghamshire countryside.

Get on yer bike!

Think Children have a fantastic opportunity to shine a spotlight on the amazing work we do for the emotional health of children across Nottinghamshire. Think Children is a charity partner for the well-known annual Great Notts Bike event on June 23rd 2019 and we have a limited number of free places on the 25, 50, 75, 100 or 125 mile rides.

New Year Support From The Local Community

Think Children had a really positive start to the New Year, receiving generous donations from not one but two local community organisations in one day.

New Year, New You?

Check out our charity places on the fantastic Great Notts Bike Ride 2019 event

Exciting News – Cycle Live Event 2019

We are thrilled to announce we have been chosen as one of the charity partners for the Great Notts Bike Ride 2019

Think Children Autumn/Winter Newsletter 2018

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Raise funds for Think Children every time you shop online!

Great news! We’ve registered with easyfundraising, it’s a great site where you can help Think Children raise funds simply by doing your everyday online shopping!

Every Donation Helps

A lovely surprise for Think Children staff with a cheque for £59.10 from Lombard Medical Centre in Newark, who held a book sale in their waiting room

Community Support for Local Children

Big thanks also to Elston Village Shop for donating £23.41 from their collection tin

Generous support for our work in the Worksop area

Thanks so much to St James's Place for their generous donation of £2,500 from their local allowance fund