Sunday, Apr. 22, 2018

Supporting Local Charity

Q in the Park 2017

Staffordshire Women’s’ Refuge , Rotary Club of Staffordshire Knot, Help for Heroes will be championed at Q in the Park on 19th & 20th August 2017

Millie Beas Walking Wish – Staffs Fest 2016 & 2017

Millie Bea is a little 3 year old girl from Abbotts Bromley (Staffordshire) with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy. She needs an operation called SDR and afterwards intensive physiotherapy, which is not funded by the NHS. Since Millie was diagnosed last year, her parents Natalie and Chris Hughes have raised an amazing £73,000 in a year. Millie Bea recently had her assessment at the Portland Hospital and thankfully she is a suitable candidate for the SDR surgery however the specialists recommended she have botox injections, she received her first injection on Mon 13th February 2017.

Staffs Fest championed Millie over the two year period helping to raise awareness to help raise funds. We are now looking to champion another cause locally for 2018

Millie Beas Walking Wish fund

Diva’s Nights

These events raise funds for Freedom Support which helps and supports adults and children with learning disabilities and autism in the Staffordshire area.With  LR Partnership and Peter Coghlan jointly organising

Over 55s Tuesday Mixer Club

The club meets every week for people over 55, early retired to long time retirees the idea is for all to mix together and be socially interactive. Come for a laugh, chat and some fun, guest speakers each week, raffle, bingo. Everyone is welcome singles & couples. This is a totally community run project

CCPA Charity Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance – helping with children and young people with cancer and their families.  They had a stall at the Pamper & Presents Day on the 1st September 2013 at The White Eagle Club and will be attending Health & Holistic event on the 3rd May 2015 at Stafford Rangers as well as the  Family Fun Day at The White Eagle Club on 12th July 2015 as well as conducting a ‘swishing’ afternoon summer 2016

Dementia Care

Staffordshire Autumn Fair October 2016

Wild West Fun day – Perkins Club Raising funds for Perkins Fottball team and CCPA

Ben Baddersly Appeal

Come Join the Circus – The Holmcroft – family fun day and live concert.Ben is  11-YEAR-OLD cerebral palsy sufferer who s parents have been left to fund the £2,000 a month for the physiotherapy he needs

Party on the Pitch

Fundraiser for Stafford Rangers Football ground, live music on the pitch , stalls in function rooms

Stafford Lions

LRP have teamed up with Stafford Lions Club for some of the events we are involved in this year (2015)

Stafford Lions are a group of local men and women who dedicate some of their spare time to helping vulnerable people, groups and individuals, in and around Stafford.

Ordinary people who want to make a difference to our community.

Crohn’s & Colitis UK Spring Fair 19 th April 2015 Walmley Community Hall, Walmley, Sutton Coldfield B76 1NP

Marshlands Special School catering for approx 50 pupils with a wide range of learning difficulties

They had a fundraiser for the school as part of a family fun Day Sunday 14th of July 2013 at The White Eagle Club in Stafford

Arthritis Care Staffordshire Book, Buns and Booty, Sunday the 4th August 2013

Stafford & District MS Society

We raised funds for the society with our Wild West Hoe Down on the 1st June 2013 at Highfields Social Club

Around 100,000 people in the UK have MS.  It’s normally diagnosed in people between the ages of 20 and 40. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological condition which affects around 100,000 people in the UK. Most people are diagnosed between the ages of 20-40, but it can affect younger and older people too. Almost three times as many women have MS as men Signs and symptoms MS is complex, and has many symptoms. Most people won’t experience them all, certainly not at the same time. Symptoms might include fatigue, vision problems and difficulties with walking, but MS is different for everyone. Treatments There are lots of options for treating and managing MS. They include drug treatments, exercise and physiotherapy, diet and alternative therapies.

The Grove Nursery Unit has attended several events with fundraising stalls including Halloween Party

VAST (Volunteering  Services ), Sure Start,  Stafford Brigades Youth Marching Band,  The Senior Staffy Club, Staffordshire Air Ambulance , Katherine House Hospice, Petwelfare, Alice Charity, RSPCA, Friends of Carnegie Old Library