Kevin Hesketh aims to raise £500.00 for Rose Blossom Trust, by taking part in a 15 day Trek to Everest Base Camp from the 24th April 2018 until the 12th May 2018. Message from Kevin: “Having climbed Kilimanjaro in February 2016 and Mount Toubkal in October 2016 for the Rose Blossom Trust, that’s Africa and North Africa’s highest mountains off
**SOLD OUT ** Metro Rod are excited to host a family fun races night for Rose Blossom Trust. Metro Rod have supported ourselves and the trust and sponsored numerous events for us over the last few years and are now going to be organising a family fun race night. This will take place on 10/11/2017 at St Matthews Cricket Club
Last Saturday 60+ children walked up Skiddaw for our annual Kiddie Climb event with our friends from Joining Jack. It was another successful event in very tough conditions 🌨. It’s always amazing to see how resilient the children are ❤ . We would like to thank a few people that helped make it a great day: Halo Chd Hairdressers Standish for
Our beautiful, brave, clever little Miss won “pupil of the year” last night at the Warrington Guardian School Awards. Nominated secretly by her wonderful …teacher Mrs Skermer, or “Skermer” to those who know her!!! We are so incredibly proud of Evie Blossom, she has been through so much, and battles through every day with a smile on her pretty face
We are wanting to give a big boost and say keep up the good work to Paul Chambers, Ben Ashton & Paul Rustomji who are busy training for the following massive event to raise money for the Trust. They aim to walk the full length of the ‘Yorkshire Wolds Way’ without any rest or sleep, then walk an extra 8
Are there any companies out there who are willing to contribute to, or offer Full sponsorship for Kiddie Climb Event 2017? Sponsorship would consist of payment of 100 or so t shirts costing around £800 Company logo’s would be printed onto the t shirts of 100 children trecking up Skiddaw in Keswick on July 15th. Any help towards this would
We would like to say a massive well done to Jason Hill on his double whammy. First he completed the Wigan Half Marathon followed a couple of weeks later by the Horwich Pool Triathlon which he did in 2hrs and 51minutes. It was a very tough course but he loved it! He has raised £545 for RBT!!! His fundraising page is still open!
We have a few people to thank for there recent efforts to raise money for our trust- The Hakemans who hosted their annual Christmas Eve gathering where their friends donated to the Trust and gave Christmas card donations, raising £100. The staff from Evie’s school, Green Lane who donated their Christmas card money this year. Tilly Perry for using the