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Oil Club


Anyone reliant on oil for household heating purposes is welcome to become a member of the ‘Melbourn Division Oil Club’ which, in addition to Melbourn, serves Meldreth, Shepreth, Foxton, Heydon and the Chishills.


The purpose of the Club is to help people access lowest prices for household heating oil. This is done by pooling orders, channelled through a bulk buyer. There is no membership cost. At the end of every year the club receives a rebate from the bulk buyer, on the basis of numbers of customers ordering over a certain volume, and this is donated to a local charity.


Our first rebate went to Melbourn Area Youth Development. This year, our rebate goes to the Meldreth and Melbourn Self Help Group Luncheon Club, which provides a weekly lunch, served by volunteers, and gives very elderly residents a chance to socialise, enjoy a meal together, and to have a change of scene.


If you’d like to join the Oil Club please let me know, or contact our bulk buyer direct (Jeremy Cole on (01954) 719 452 or 07860 904 045). If you’d like to know more about the Club and how it got started, please see: http://susanvandeven.mycouncillor.org.uk/oil-club/.


Equally, if would like to know more about the Luncheon Club, whether to join or to help out, please contact Jayne White on (01763) 220250. They are always very grateful to hear from new volunteers; the group who make it all possible find the task rewarding and enjoyable.


Many thanks. Susan van de Ven


Melbourn Division Oil Club susanvandeven@yahoo.co.uk (01763) 261833


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