Following on from Nade Ward, from Potters activities team, fundraising ahead of his Saint Lucia football project, he has emailed us an update following on from his trip. Over to you Nade… n I have just returned home from my two week football coaching volunteer project in Saint Lucia and it was an incredible experience.
Iris Pratt, from Essex, has been coming to Potters Resort for 26 years and has kindly been raising money for Potters Friends Foundation since it began through raffles her and her son, Geoff, organise and run at Potters. n Iris buys all the items for the raffle herself and Geoff wraps them all beautifully, and
Anna Poppy Lawson is currently in and out of Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, with medulloblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. n Anna Poppy’s Army has been set-up to fundraise for the three-year-old from Bradwell with a target of around £100,000, with half of that already raised, for treatment options and trials abroad. n Our commercial sales
Nelson’s Journey aims to improve the emotional wellbeing of bereaved children living in Norfolk by increasing their confidence and self-belief and providing education about the causes of death, enabling families to talk openly about their bereavement. n It is impossible to imagine the impact had on a young child who has lost a parent, and
Stuart Bird, Palms Health and Fitness Club Operations Manager who leads some of our fitness and dance classes on Resort, also has his own dance school, Dance This Way. Through this he supports local Lowestoft charity, Topcats, and we caught up with him to find out more… n Stuart, can you tell us about Topcats?
Nade Ward, from Potters activities team, is about to head to Saint Lucia to volunteer with Sporting Opportunities on a two week football coaching project. n Before his trip, Nade has been raising money for United Through Sport, the charity that he is working with while he is away, to help disadvantaged communities reach their full