The Ian Hesketh Memorial Duathlon is a non profitable eventWe pride ourselves on donating to a different charity each year and invite them to come along. We also have generous prize giving and T-shirts are given away to all competitors and marshals and we make a donation to Rivington Primary School for kindly allowing this event to take place on their grounds. Finally, a donation is made to Horwich RMI Harriers. 

 

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THE CHARITY WE WILL BE SUPPORTING IN 2017 IS 'WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR' IN CONNECTION WITH THE MEMORY OF SCARLETT WALKER WHO TRAGICALLY DIED IN FEBRUARY 2016.

‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ is a charity whose primary aim is to grant the Wishes of children with a life threatening or terminal illness. ‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ attempts to make their dream come true and provide happy and precious memories for the families of these special children. Time is not always on their side. 

Please help us to carry on making magical memories; so that the children can say ‘When I Wished Upon A Star’ my dream really did come true!

To make a donation, please ring our office on:  01663 766 744 

or contact: When You Wish Upon A Star, Suite 2 The Old Courtyard, 103 Buxton Road, High Lane, Stockport  SK6 8DX

www.whenyouwishuponastar.org.uk

Local news article here.

 

 

THE CHARITY WE SUPPORTED IN 2016 WAS BSURF BASED IN BOLTON 

Montgomery House, Bark Street, Bolton, BL12AX - 01204 398 111

Bolton Service Users Recovery Forum is a volunteer run group set up for people in recovery from addictions regardless of whether you're in or out of services.  It provides a safe environment for indoor/outdoor activities for which we have a dedicated activities coordinator. These activities include indoor/outdoor kayaking indoor/outdoor climbing, orienteering, gorge walking, pool table, tennis, darts etc.

 

 

IN 2015 WE RAISED MONEY FOR 'THE NEW START WYTHENSHAWE HOSPITAL TRANSPLANT FUND'

 

 

IN 2014 WE RAISED MONEY FOR THE CHARITY 'GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND'

 

 

 

 

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