Harry Dyer presenting Alan Bradshaw with a cheque for £200
Which was very kindly donated from the Warrington Household Divisions Association. (EX GUARDSMEN) also many thanks to Mark Brown (General Manager) at B&Q Warehouse at Winwick, Warrington. for his kind donation of the raffle prize
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.