Volunteers needed


Do you have a few hours a week to spare in support of Rumbletums Café? We’re looking for volunteers who have a passion for supporting young people with learning disabilities within a community café.

Kimberley Jam


Thanks to Kimberley Jam for a great fundraising event on Saturday 8th June. Thanks for all the support!

Recycling at Rumbletums


Many thanks to all who have supported us by collecting and recycling. So far we have collected over 70 Kilos and have raised £70.

Nuthall Methodist Safari Supper


Many thanks to the wonderful people of Nuthall Methodist for raising over £1000 through their Safari Supper.

Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes donate to Rumbletums


It was great to meet Emma Timson, Alex Nash and Andrej Kaminskyj from Baratt Homes and David Wilson Homes at Rumbletums this week.

Walkers / Terracycle collection raises funds for Rumbletums


Rumbletums can earn money by sending collected crisp packets of any brand to a recycling company called Terracycle. Happy Collecting!!

How to Design and Build your garden


The evening will provide inspiration for building your own garden. Purchase tickets at Rumbletums Café.

Springbank Primary School collecting for Rumbletums


Many thanks to all at Springbank Primary School in Eastwood who are collecting crisp packets, biscuit wrappers and bread bags for Rumbletums.

Nowmads raise funds for Rumbletums


We were delighted to learn that NOWMADS raised £515.90 for Rumbletums at their recent production of Treasure Island.

Training spaces available at Rumbletums


We currently have training spaces available and would be very grateful if you could share with your own networks to promote Rumbletums and the training slots we have available.

Nowmads support Rumbletums


Nowmads brings Ben Crocker’s modern, family pantomime Treasure Island to the Kimberley School Theatre.

Watnall Allotments Presents Cheque to Rumbletums


Although it was last August when Watnall Allottments Assocation hit the fundraising effort with a huge raffle, we didn’t get round to the big cheque presentation until the growing season was well and truly paused.

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