It is with great Pleasure to say our ”2nd family” will enjoy a Free weeks holiday in our Holiday home!
We will continue to fundraise throughout the year for our Own Charity Caravan Re-Treat for poorly children!!
Our First family have been booked in for their ‘Free Holiday’ in our Temporary Charity Static Caravan..
We are hoping through our fundraising this year to be able to purchase a New Charity Holiday Home! our aim is …….
For 17 yr old Andrew Duffy: more details to follow…..
Still waiting on the local council to see what funding they are putting into this project……??
The Trust has been very happy to have been able to help buy a new Wheelchair for Zak Hall.
Zak is 2 years old and has severe spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, which affects his entire body.
The new wheelchair has been a God send to his family and has all the support Zak needs to be as comfortable as he can.
Pictured: Zak in his New Wheelchair
What a fantastic night, everyone enjoyed the night and can’t wait for next years!!!
The winners of the best fancy dress
Organized by Alana Bradshaw, well done
This years event, as last years, was held at Lymm Dam
1st prize – Ray Bowden – 13-0-0
2nd prize – Dave Holland – 11-3-7
3rd prize – Ste Lewis – 10-9-3
4th prize – Flagger (Craig Richie) – 8-11-0
5th prize – Bob Brander – 8-6-4
6ht prize – Alan Faulkner – 7-11-4
What a fantastic Day / Night
Many thanks to our Patrons –
Joe Egan, Steve Arnold, Pete Pinnington, Kerry Croft and Warren Brown for making the night extra special.
To all the Golfers that enjoyed the day time and to all our Family, Friends and their friends who came to the evening.
We were entertained by the one and only Chris Connor ”Elvis impersonator” and An eagles tribute band, the night was rounded of by a floor magician — Darren O’Neil.
And many thanks to our very own photographer Rob Lane, who’s photo’s will appear shortly.
Our Many Thanks go out to Clair Brindle and all the Staff at:
Morris & Spottiswood.
They have worked so hard all year ‘2008’ and now ‘2009’ and have raised in total almost £3000 for the Charity. Some photos of raffle prize winners will be added soon.
Sophie Godber has a life limiting condition called ”Congenital Muscular Dystrophy”
This is a life limiting, muscle wasting condition, she has to also have Specially designed shoes which are very expensive! Sophie’s mum Sarah contacted the charity and we were very happy to have been able to help.
You can read more about Sophie on her website…
A FAMILY FUN DAY TOOK PLACE AT THE CROWN N CUSHION IN PENKETH
and was organized by Barry Roberts, it was a fantastic day with lots going on for all the family.
The total raised on the day was £2214.
A very Big Thank You
Barry, Alan and Jan from the Crown N Cushion