Professional & Entertaining Radio Presenter / Compere & Host and Trustee of the charity.
Pete Pinnington is a successful presenter with over 20yrs in the radio & events business. You can hear Pete’s entertaining radio show on 107.2 Wire FM (Cheshire) Weekdays 3-7pm and Sat’s 10-2pm.
Pete also runs his own event services business ”Pete Pinnington Presents” which offers clients a range of key elements for small and large scale events inc PA, Lighting, Audio-Visual Displays, Entertainment, Photographers, Video Production, Promotional Staff, Private, Demo & Celebrity Chef Hire and Compere/Hosting services which includes having Pete Pinnington Compere/Host your event!
To know more about Pete and his company visit www.petepinnington.co.uk
Radio Presenter / Compere & Host
Amanda King has been chairperson for the trust for over 3yrs now, her input and support has been amazing .
Ben Westwood is an English professional rugby league footballer for the Warrington Wolves in the Super League. An England international representative forward, he previously played for Wakefield Trinity before moving to Warrington in 2002
Thai Boxer / Actor
A former 2 x World Thai Boxing Champion. After training, teaching and competing professionally around the world for almost 10 years, Warren retired from Thai Boxing to pursue a career in acting.
Most recently seen on our screens in the second series of massively popular BBC drama LUTHER, reprising his role as DS Justin Ripley; side kick to Idris Elba’s DCI John Luther.
Warren is an established actor, and has been recognised for his role in the widely acclaimed BAFTA winning BBC drama ‘Occupation’ starring alongside James Nesbitt and Stephen Graham.
Other credits include Jimmy McGoverns ‘ACCUSED’ alongside Naomie Harris, ‘SINGLE FATHER’ alongside David Tennant and Surrane Jones and as Marky in Charlie Brooker’s BAFTA nominated series ‘DEAD SET’.
Warren has more recently starred in GOOD COP and HOME FRONT.
To find out more about Warren please visit his website below.
Actor / Celebrity
Steven and his younger brother, Kevin, both appeared in the Granada Television series Children’s Ward. Steven returned for another series of Children’s Ward as Joe Lloyd and worked on the medical information film Growing Pains before making his BBC debut as a courier in the Patricia Routledge series Hetty Wainthropp Investigates. He also played a character called Rob in an episode of The Bill and a role in Common As Muck before returning to Granada to play Darren in the medical series Medics with Tom Baker and Sue Johnston.
In 1996 he made his debut on Coronation Street Ashley Peacock. and soon he was made a regular character, marrying Maxine Heavey who was eventually murdered by Richard Hillman. Ashley then married Claire Casey in 2004. It was announced on 25 April 2010 that Arnold’s character Ashley and on-screen wife Claire, would leave the show at the end of the year after being axed by new producer Phil Collinson. Arnold was said to be “fuming” with the decision. He made his final appearance on 8 December 2010, where his character Ashley was killed off in the Tram crash.
Dancing on Ice
Steven signed up for the sixth series of Dancing on Ice which airs in 2011. He became the first celebrity to get voted off when the competition started properly. He was partnered with Nina Ulanova. He was in the skate-off with Dominic Cork and Alexandra Schauman. Steven was criticized for lack of commitment to the show after oversleeping and missing a day of choreography.
Steven, who still lives in Warrington, has also played Neil in You, Me and Manley and has worked on the BBC Radio 4 play The Distance Between StarsYou’ve seen Steve appearing as “Ashley Peacock”in Coronation Street over the past dozen years.
Steve is now doing Panto’s !!
Steve is a self taught Artist from London who specialises in portraiture work. He has produced paintings for various events over the last few years including Mike Tyson, Nigel Benn, Steve Collins & Frank Bruno. His work focuses on the popular culture of sport and celebrity from the past and present.
To view Steve’s work visit the link below
Paul 28, is a professional jockey, based in Malton, his job has taken him around the world, he is stable jockey to top northern racehorse trainer Richard Fahey.
Paul has just won “Rider of the Year 2008”
He was once the Dark Destroyer, a World Champion at two different weights whose bravery and guts in the ring were the perfect contrast to the eccentric style of his great rival Chris Eubank.
Today, Nigel Benn has seen the Light as a Born Again Christian and works as a preacher based at the Vineyard Church in Majorca.
Local born back rower who came through the Wolves Scholarship scheme with William Beamont School, Blythe turned full time professional for the first time in 2008. After spending the off season training with the Parachute Regiment.
After debuting in the final Super League game of 2007 he made seven appearances last year including his first senior starts, and scored his first try away at Castleford in August.
Former Boxing Champion / Panto guru
Franklin Roy “Frank” Bruno, MBE (born 16 November 1961) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 1982 to 1996. Bruno had a highly publicised and extremely eventful career. The pinnacle of his boxing career was winning the WBC heavyweight title, in what was his fourth world championship challenge. He also held the European heavyweight title earlier in his career.
Bruno was one of the most well-loved and recognisable boxers in British history, and faced multiple top-rated heavyweights during his career including two bouts with Mike Tyson and a domestic clash against Lennox Lewis. He won the WBC title in 1995 after defeating Oliver McCall at a packed Wembley Stadium. Bruno was known for his excellent punching power: he won 40 of his 45 bouts and 38 by knockout, giving him a 95% knockout rate from the fights he won; his overall knockout percentage is 84.44%.
Like Henry Cooper before him, Bruno has remained a popular celebrity with the British public following his retirement from boxing.