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Archive for the ‘Charity Work’ Category

07 Jun

Wolf Run – We did it!

Well we did it! 🏆🏅 Our team of 6 joined a larger group of runners raising monies for the big difference charity. A brief 10 minute warm up with a Mr Motivator and we were off. 10 km of ropes, slides, tunnels, climbs and of course oceans of mud.  Who knew that with perfect weather that […]

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22 May

Wolf Run – Raising Money for the Big Difference

Hi, So…. Yes… my colleague (was friend!) Natasha Hole has talked me and 3 others from TCC into the “Wolf Run”, as you will have seen from Reg’s previous posts. I hadn’t known anything about this “Wolf Run” until around a month ago (after I’d signed up for it!) when I was shown pictures and […]

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16 Apr

Wolf Run Training Has Commenced!

Training is underway for the Wolf Run. Having never done anything like this before I wanted a challenge and thanks to Natasha I was “volunteered” for a 10 K run in the mud with many obstacles to be climbed over or swum underneath. I could say that I have enjoyed every minute of the training, […]

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08 Apr

Spinal Injuries Association Cornflower Ball 2019

On Thursday 28th March Chris Freestone, Clinical Director, Reg Perrins, Commercial Director and I attended the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) 21st Cornflower Ball fundraising event.  Chris and Reg were guests of Irwin Mitchell whilst Sarah was a guest of SIA. The annual event is attended by people from across the Personal Injury world and sponsored by Slater […]

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28 Feb

Spinal Injuries Association Round Table Event Relating to CHC Funding

I attended a round table event at the Law Society on 27th February 2019. This was organised by Brian 0’Shea of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) and was focused on a discussion as to whether individuals with a complete Spinal Cord Injury above level C6 should automatically be presumed to meet the eligibility criteria for […]

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19 Sep

Crafting as Therapy

In June you may recall Michelle posting an article online from Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research (SMSR). You were invited to join the Knit/Crochet/or Craft a Neuron challenge, this was in order for them to create a spectacular spinal cord to be unveiled at the NSIC at the end of the year. Neurons are the special […]

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07 Jun

Rebuilding Lives Awards 2018

I was fortunate to attend the SIA rebuilding lives 2018 awards ceremony at the F1 Williams facility yesterday. TCC, being one of the mains sponsors for this event, saw Reg Perrins present the Volunteer of the Year Award to William Jones Well done to William and all of the winners – and also to all […]

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18 May

Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research Open Day

This video was filmed during the SMSR Open day yesterday, which was a great event. There is some fascinating research taking place already, with much more to come, which we heard a little about yesterday. The video gives just a small insight into some of it. The lab blew my mind! We’re very happy to […]

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16 May

HATS FOR HEADWAY – LETS ADD SOME FUN!

HATS FOR HEADWAY – LETS ADD SOME FUN! Friday 18th May is #HatsforHeadway day This year there is the added theme of the royal wedding if a crown or top hat are more your item of choice! We are asking you to take your best and most inventive selfie involving hats (and any animals, children […]

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28 Mar

Wear a Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research, 29th March 2018

Hi Everyone, Came across this and wanted to share it with you all. My canine friend has his hat on ready and waiting for tomorrow! Share yours with us too! https://www.braintumourresearch.org/fundraise/wear-a-hat-day Linda Farmer – Care Manager    

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26 Mar

Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness – 26th March 2018

Today is Purple day for epilepsy awareness – find out more via the link – along with other useful information about the helpline and advice/support Wear purple if you can 🙂 https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/purple   Michelle

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23 Mar

Spinal Injuries Association Cornflower Ball – 22nd March 2018

A great night was had by all at last nights Cornflower Ball in Manchester. In honour of it being the 20th anniversary of the event, the theme was 1920’s and the costumes look fab! The night was a huge success and has raised a whopping £67,000 for the SIA and the work that they do. […]

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09 Mar

Fundraising for Muscular Dystrophy – £267 raised!

As those who follow us on Facebook will already be aware, we joined in with Go Orange throughout February to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy UK.   I am pleased to announce that we smashed through our target to raise a total of £267 which all goes to the charity and the research work that they […]

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01 Feb

Reg Gets Tango-ed and other Go Orange Events for Muscular Dystrophy

We are joining in with Go Orange to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. Every penny raised goes directly to the charity who do some brilliant work. The events start on Go Orange Day – Friday 2nd February but we plan to continue orange based events for a three week period. If you wish to participate […]

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