The pupils at Scared Heart School held a non-uniform day in remembrance of Shannon who had attended the school prior to being taken ill.
Patti Bradshaw is pictured below presenting Hanna Aston with a teddy bear which she won on the day. The school presented the Charity with a cheque for £220, many thanks to the Headmaster Mr Mullen, the staff and pupils.
Jonathan OBrian and William organized a Tombolla Event, which was held at the Warrington College.
They where helped on the day by Simon (pictured). The event raised £130 for the Charity a great effort, your time and effort is very much appreciated.
A fantastic cheque for £725.00 was presented by Mr Anthony Molyneux on behalf of the Co-op funeral services, Bewsey Rd, Warrington.
The Co-op had chosen our Charity as their Charity of the Year (2006).
A big THANK YOU to everyone who very kindly donated.
We really enjoyed taking part in this very special day, and would like to thank our Trustee’s Martin & Elaine Brook, and Tracy Bradshaw for giving up their Sunday to help. We raised a total of £216.49p.
Pictured at the Tombola are Johnathon O’Brien, and Patti Bradshaw.
We visted our local hospital ( Warrington General ) taking presents to the children which were very kindly donated by Handleman uk, in Birchwood, Warrington.
Pictured: Keith Bradshaw playing Santa, pictured with two of the children
Co-operative Funeral Services chose the Shannon Bradshaw Trust as their “Charity of the Year” and held a service for a remembrance of life at St. Alban’s Church, Warrington.
Patti Bradshaw was guest of honour and a cheque donation is to be made in January 2007
Three year old Mia Loudon suffers from a very rare genetic disorder called CDKL5 which is a variant of Retts Syndrome, a severely disabling neurological condition.
When Patti Bradshaw saw Mia’s story in the Warrington Guardian, she decided to help. The Trust has provided a specially built swing which Mia just loves.
Pictured (left to right) are Amy Loudon, Patti Bradshaw, Mia Loudon & mum and Tracy Bradshaw.
Alana put our charity forward and staff at Vertex in Westbrook organized a dress-down day and raised almost £3000. for the charity
TWe held a Memorial Day to remember Shannon, her family, friends and all her school friends were there for The official opening ceremony of Shannons Garden, on the 17th July, exactly 4 years after Shannon passed away.
12 year old Matthew Ellis suffers from Angelman Syndrome, a debilitating condition that causes a distortion in messages from the brain to the body. The Trust helped provide a special shower cradle which makes bath time much easier and more relaxing for him.
Pictured (left to right) are Patti Bradshaw, Martin Brook, Patron Pete Pinnington from Wire FM, Jan Ellis (mum) and Matthew.