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Charity of the Year
Charity of the Year

What an amazing night! We are honoured and incredibly proud to have been voted CHARITY OF THE YEAR at the Guardian

Overwhelmed is putting it mildly. We only won CHARITY OF THE YEAR.. at the Guardian Inspiration Awards 2017. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for us… to Mandy Millington for nominating us, all our trustees. Patrons and volunteers.

Last but certainly not least all the amazing people of Warrington for your continued support.

Patti x

The Shannon Bradshaw Annual Ball!

This years ball was such a fantastic night we raised over £ 4000 bring on next years!

The Shannon Bradshaw Trust Annual Summer Ball Presents A Night Of

“MOTOWN”

This night I would love to raise a lot of money as what ever we raise on the night. We are donating half to a little girl called Freya. She is 6 years old. Freya was born with 2 holes in her heart & a bleed on her brain( cerebral palsy). She needs £60,000 to £70,000 for an operation and aftercare.
So please show your support get a ticket or even better a table. At only £45pp you won’t be disappointed.

With every ticket sold you get a FREE raffle ticket to win a Sunday meal for four at the park royal hotel

On arrival there will be a

* Welcome Drinks Reception
* A 4 course dinner
* Entertainment from the one and only ‘DUKES OF MOTOWN’
* A small raffle
* Disco till late
*Plus A chocolate fountain

Dress code
Men – Black Tie/Smart
Ladies – Evening gown/Cocktail

 

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Ombudsman Fun Run

Bike Ride – Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool

John and Marje Summerfield, have completed their gruelling bike ride from Liverpool to Chester and back to Liverpool!!

On the 3rd July

Jonh & Marje Completed the 54 Mile event, It took them just over 5 hours to complete the ride…

Marje, aged 66, first completed the bike ride in 2008 for the Warrington Association for Special Children.

John, aged 62 and a former engineer, then followed suit in the 2009 Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool Bike Ride for the same cause.

This led to the pair attempting it together last year for Stepping Stones Nigeria, a UK charity that defends the rights of children in the Niger Delta region.

Over the years they have raised £1,800 for their chosen causes and they hope to continue their success this summer.

Marje said: “Supporting these charities is extremely rewarding.

“It’s an enjoyable event and there’s always a good atmosphere. The return journey is uphill but the adrenaline keeps you going.”

John and Marje will celebrate 40 years of marriage this August. They have one son Lee, aged 36, and two grandchildren Louis and Frankie, aged nine and four.

From everybody at The Shannon Bradshaw Trust we would like to say a massive thank you and Well done!!

 

Without people like John and Marge the charity could not exist or help children and families.

Bens Charity Ride for Shannon Bradshaw Trust as Pikachu
Warrington Living – Chosen Charity

A huge Thank you to Kelly from Warrington Living for choosing our charity as their chosen Charity.

more information to follow.

http://warringtonliving.co.uk/charity

New Supporters -Trinity
New Supporters -Trinity

We are overwhelmed to say the least to have so much support from TRINITY a Warrington based Company owned by Jeff Hartley, Thanks Jeff for all your support!!

Foresight Solutions

A Huge Thank you to Foresight Solutions for choosing us as their Charity of the year. more details and photo’s to follow after the Ball

St.Philips-Westbrook – Donation

A HUGE Thank you to Richard Clark and everyone at The Church of St.Philip-Westbrook for their very kind donation of £1000. this came as a lovely surprise for the Trust. Thank you for choosing us! From everyone at the Trust. 🙂