On 28th May 2017 myself, Michael Taylor, and Daniel Bleasedale took part in the Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon. We managed to raise nearly £400 for CRY and I’m still waiting on a couple more donations, it was a great day and we all managed to finish. After the Virgin Money page has been settled I’m
When in November 2001 our son James collapsed and died outside the family home, we were devastated. How could a seemingly fit and active 21-year-old die without warning? At the time of James’s death Sandra was recovering from a broken leg, and our GP made a house call. He thought James may have died from a
Friday was a fantastic success with all 26 people that took part having a successful “landing” will just be a case of getting the sponsor money in now and from what people taking part were saying I think there is a very good chance that we will smash the ten grand mark by the end of
Rory’s dad, Chris, was presented with a cheque for £1,089.49 to be donated into Rory’s memorial fund by the headmaster of Royds School in Oulton near Leeds, Mr Brian Kelly. Chris visited the school and presented a number of assemblies to the young people who attend there to raise awareness of young cardiac death and the work
I received a cheque for £900 from Mr Steve Benton who was the President 2016/17 of the Brentwood Circle of the Catenian Association. I am a member of the Association which is a global Catholic laymen association united by their shared values and Catholic faith. Each year the President of the circle chooses a charity which he
Mountbatten school Romsey held a screening day in March 1017 in memory of my son Phil Standing. Since then they had a non-uniform day and raised over £1,000 towards their next screening event. Sue Standing
Pictured are lots of happy children enjoying close up contact with the animals on the day which included a meerkat and a skunk. Also pictured is Rory’s mum Anne with the snake. We raised £208.00 for Rory’s Foundation and great fun was had by all.
The Rotary Club of Biddulph’s charity swimathon in memory of Jordan.