Simon Nichol - Skydive for the Charlotte Hartey Foundation
Imagine standing at the edge of an open doorway in an aircraft flying at 10,000 feet – the noise of the engines and the wind ringing in your ears with only the outline of distant fields below. Now imagine leaning forward out of the doorway and letting go – falling forward into the clouds, diving down through the air as you start freefalling at over 120 mph! Well Simon did not imagine it, Simon jumped to raise £161.40 for the Charlotte Hartey Foundation.
A huge well done, top man and thank you so much from all at the Foundation.
Clive Vernall raises £100 for the foundation
On Saturday 2nd Nov 2013, Clive Vernall celebrated his 57th Birthday by taking part in the Hell Run in Delamere Forest, 10-12 mile Cross Country, up hill, down dale, through lake and bog - freezing and raised a £100.00 for the Foundation. He split the money raised with the foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support.
On behalf of the Foundation we would sincerely like to thank Clive for his donation.
Fusion Arts of Oswestry raise £329.46 at an event held in the park on Friday 30th August
Fusion Arts were asked by the council to put on three events over the summer. The final event which was on the 30th August, the National Citizenship Service Oswestry brands made of ten teenagers, combined with Fusion Arts to create the Multifestifull! This event was to promote cultural diversity in Oswestry. The young people of NCS did this by asking different local companies to represent themselves at the event.
The event had local artists performing in the bandstand of Cae Glas Park. The young people made cakes from around the world and did face painting and henna tattoos. Many local businesses donated food samples and prizes for the raffle. The event raised £320 for the Charlotte Hartey Foundation. The team of 10 youths are very ecstatic about the amount of money raised for the foundation. Lucy Cutty one of the members of NCS said “I’m so happy that we could help this charity as they have helped others and hopefully our contribution will help fund other projects”
10k Sponsored log run - raised over £600
We are pleased to announce that the Sponsored Log Run that took place on Saturday 24th August raised in excess of £600 in sponsorship and raffle takings. A huge thank you to Ben Richards once again for organising and coordinating such a fantastic event.This year the Log was bigger and heavier - next year Ben insists that its gonna be tougher, so watch this space!
Thanks you to all who patrticipated in the event:
Ben Richards 07791 639 512
If you wish to donate please visit: http://www.justgiving.com/Ben-Richards2.
Any donations greatly received.
Start 1.00pm - Cae Glas Park (by the war memorial)
Finish no later than 2.30pm - Cae Glas Park (by the Band Stand). A team of 8 with 2 people either side of a 50kg log. Each person will have a stint holding the log just all depending on how tired they are!
Charlies Meadow officially opens 13th April 2013
The foundation was pleased to be able to fund the completion of the recreational garden at the The Whole Life Christian Centre, Cabin Lane, Oswestry. Seen below is Oswestry Town Mayor planting a comemorative tree. Please visit http://www.wholelifecentre.org/charlies-meadow for further information.