Very proud and excited to be working with the Shannon Bradshaw Trust!
The venue for my new evening classes will be the Shannon Bradshaw Community Centre, meeting lane, Penketh.
This means that attending these classes you are also supporting this amazing charity
So, starting on Thursday 8th August the following classes are on on the time table:
Thursdays 6pm – Train like a wrestler
James Michael Massey & Kevin Lloyd will introduce you to a totally new way of training. * Train how they train
* Watch your fitness soar each week
* you can choose your own wrestling character to be
*learn basic wrestling techniques
All whilst burning fat and increasing your fitness levels
Thursdays 7.30pm – Bootcamp
Indoor Bootcamp with outdoor spaces to play with my new toys and equipment
Each class is £5. On the 8th aug, 100% of the money raised from the Bootcamp class will go directly to the Shannon Bradshaw trust. One Bootcamp a month will be dedicated to the charity and all of the money will go to the trust so get involved, get fit and raise money for charity at the same time.
A BIG THANK YOU to Our patron Kerry Katona for winning on a new game show – to be announced!!
Kerry has won and donated £500 to Shannon’s Trust.
Thanks Kerry for your continued support. xxx
Well done to everyone involved in this years 10k Manchester Bupa Run!
Lisa Appleton, Rob Lane, Gary Noone, Shanice Birchall, Alastire Stirrup, Andy Slater, Sonia Ross and her friend.
between them all they raised just over £1000.
Pictured is Shanice Birchall who raised a fantastic £500 – well done Shanice…….
Little Skye Dainty aged just 6yrs sadley passed away last week 17th April 2013
Another beautiful Angel in Heaven!!
It was a pleasure to have met her and she will never be forgotton. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Donna and David and Skyes siblings.
Shannon Bradshaw Charity Match Which Was Held On The Macclesfield Canal At Congleton Yesterday.
Thanks Go To Craig & Paul For Making It Happen & All Their Hard Work They’ve Put In.
It Was Fished By 80 Anglers Who Raised Approxiametly £150 For An Excellent Charity.
Get Your Tackle Out Next Year For A Childrens Charity Which Help Kids With Life Threatening Conditions
we now have our new charity regisrtation number for the new community centre.
we also have our new telephone number for the new centre too.
01925-722785 also 01925-471170
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Our Patron and good friend Steve Alce’s son Luke won a competition in London to design a badge and WON, he then decided to have the money raised donated to our charity. Thank you so much and congratulations to Luke. below the message from Lukes dad Steve…….
My son Luke and five other class mates representing their school, entered a competition for The London Design Museum. Their job was to design something to sell in the gift shop. Luke came up with the idea of a badge (see pic) which he designed himself. With over 5000 schools entering this competition Luke and his frien…ds did an amazing job to reach the final FIVE hopefuls.
They were invited up to the Museum tonight to see which school would be the winner!
Well they WON!!! I couldn’t be more proud of him!!! He is officially a genius!!!
The money raised from the badges sold in the gift shop will be donated to their chosen charity. As i’m a patron for the Shannon Bradshaw Trust Luke decided to choose them.
It is now offical!!!!
we have our own community centre, The Shannon Bradshaw Community Centre..
still some work to be done but moving smoothly, watch this space for our grand opening fingers crossed Mid- March…….
FAMILY and friends of the Bradshaw family came together at the weekend for two reasons for a party.
Shannon Bradshaw would have celebrated her 18th birthday on Tuesday and it is 10 years since the charity The Shannon Bradshaw Trust was formed following her death.
The former Sacred Heart Primary School pupil died aged seven after being diagnosed with bone marrow condition aplastic anaemia in 2002.
Parents Patti and Alan Bradshaw, of Reaper Close, Great Sankey, started the charity after helping other families with money that had been raised for them while Shannon was in hospital.
Since then family, friends, celebrity patrons and volunteers have worked tirelessly raising cash to help children with life-threatening conditions and their families.
Patti, said: “When we started helping people, we never thought we would become a charity helping so many children and the charity becoming our life.
“It’s great to be able to help people but there’s so many people that need thanking and without the support of the people of Warrington it would not have been possible.”
It follows a long line of fundraisers which has helped a number of children from the town and paid for a holiday caravan in Blackpool for families with poorly children.
Patti, who marked Shannon’s 18th with a family meal and releasing 18 balloons into the sky, added: “Over the years I think buying a new wheelchair for eight-year-old Lewis Carpentier was the most proud achievement as we did it so quickly.
“We managed to raise £8,500 so he could have it on Christmas eve and it transformed his life.
“People don’t realise it’s the little things that can change a child’s life and can also help the whole family when you can give a child a little bit more independence.”
The charity is now looking forward to helping more people in Great Sankey when they get the keys to the Shannon Bradshaw Trust Community Centre at the new police station with a grand opening expected in March.