Thank you to the Barrie Wells Trust for Evie’s VIP visit to watch Disneys Frozen on ice at the Echo Arena. For more information about the trust visit https://www.facebook.com/BarrieWellsTrust/
A great big thank you to Phil Butcher who completed the Wales ironman competition on September 18th in just over 14 hrs and raised £1015 for the Trust. He managed the 2.4 mile swim in the sea and the 112 hilly bike ride and ran a marathon.
Look what we now have an Eddie Stobart truck named after our trust! A massive thanks to Metro Rod Mid Lancs for kindly donating this auction prize to us following a recent fundraising event. . Keep an eye out for “Rose Blossom” truck.
Kingstone Press have kindly donated us a table of 10 to the Wigan V Widnes game at DW Stadium on Thursday 1st September. Rose Blossom Trust will be using this to thank some of their long standing volunteers who work tirelessly to help them raise money and awareness for their trust without any question. We also hope to raise awareness of our
What another amazing Kiddie Climb!! Thank you to all the children (and parents) that took part. You should be very proud of yourselves The fundraising total is at over £5000 at the moment with more to come! Fantastic amount! The Kiddie Climb 2017 date has been confirmed as 15th July – save the date in your diaries! Location to be confirmed
Back in January, Kevin Hesketh did something amazing and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for Rose Blossom Trust. And now he’s going to take on two even more amazing challenges! Firstly – On the 3rd September 2016, MAN vs MOUNTAIN, which is an extreme 22 mile run, over 200 obstacles, abseiling, water events, 5000 feet of ascent and the
In just three days time 218 children will attempt to climb Mt Snowdon. Kiddie Climb 2016 takes place on Saturday 2nd July, half the children will be walking for Rose Blossom Trust and half for Joining Jack, both of which are amazing charities. The children all aged between 4 and 16 will take up to 6 and 1/2 hours to complete
The Liam Riley Football match took place on Saturday 25th June, they managed to raise a massive £1500 which will be split between Rose Blossom Trust and CALM. Thank you so much for organising and choosing Rose Blossom as one of the charities. Photos to follow!!!
Well done to everyone involved in the Summer Ball we raised a massive £15474, this is a great achievement and will go a great way in helping bring sunshine to Dravet Syndrome sufferers and there families lives. This is a photograph of founder Natalie Chapman and mum to Darcie & Evie and trustee Kelly Hill on the evening! A massive thank