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Some of Our Past Fundraising Events

Indee's Princess & Pirate Party Sunday 24th February 2013

 

On Sunday 24th February 2013 we had a fantastic Princess and Pirates Party for over 200 children, the day was a fantastic success and all the children had a fantastic time, we will be doing another later in the year, so look out for details!!

 

Thank you to every single person who created a fab party today. All the children turned up in there pirate and princess outfits from babies to older children you all looked great. You were all so well behaved as well. To all the lovely people who donated such fantastic cakes, so much effort and time was put in to them and they looked to good to be eaten. To the two lovely ladies who donated the sweet trees they were a work of art. To Rich from Tumbles who donated all the soft play area for free today and Little Legs from Partyman Play World who I think we would all agree put on a great show free of charge. Then to all of Indee's helpers who really worked hard dressing up and entertaining it would never be possible without you all. I know Indee would have been so happy without a doubt she was there joining in the okey Cokey x thank you everyone.

 

The biggest thank you to Props and Frock's Fancy Dress Shop in Essex who supplied some of the great costumes for the party free of charge.  We really appreciate your genorocity.

 
 

 

Indee Rose Masquerade Ball, raises £10,000 for the second year running, October 2012

Our second Indee Rose Masqerade Ball took place on Friday 5th October at Orsett Hall Hotel.  The night was a fantastic success and we raised £10,000 for the second year running.  We would like to say special thanks to our entertainment that night, James Bayford of JBS Sounds, Danielle Walsh, Alex Stassi and Charlie Sansom and not forgetting our fantastic surprise guest legendry soul singer, David Lee Andrews, all of the performers donated their time for free and the entertaintment was first class!  Thanks also to our magician,  Elliott of Party Photo Booths and Jan Morgan Wilmore of Creative Photography for donating their time for free for our event.

Thank you to everyone who helped organise this event and special thanks to all the wonderful companies who donated prizes for our Auction and Raffle.

Finally thank you to everyone for attending we had over 270 people attend this year and it was a fantastic night and one that we defintely wont forget!

 

Third Annual Celebrity Football event raises much needed funds for the Indee Rose Trust, August 2012

Our third annual Indee Rose Celebrity football event was another successful day with teams taking place for third annual event, many professional boxers took part in the football event and the day was a great success.  The event this year raised approximately just under £10,000, which we feel was still a great achievement in these current times and with the Olympics on.

We would like to thank Johnny and team again for all they do each year and thank you to all the people that took part in the football matches without you we would not be creating these treasure boxes.

Thank you to everyone who attend!

 

Trinity Catholic College and Sixth Form, Fundraising days raising over £4,600, May 2012

Trinity Catholic College and Sixth Form in Middlesbrough raised a fantastic £4602.67 for The Indee Rose Trust.

The pupils and staff took part to raise money by organising a number of events including a sponsored walk, football match, non uniform day, cake and sweet stalls, ZumbaTom, Tombola. Thank you to year 7 pupils,year 11 boys football team and staff and SSGT Mick Rogers and SGT Reed from the army. Thank you to Ian and Rahael Gardiner family and friends for choosing to support Indee's Trust. The biggest thank you to the wonderful Tom who sadly passed away last year but who is a inspiration. Tom you will create so many precious smiles to very brave children just like you.

 

Como Group supports The Indee Rose Trust by raising £25,000, London, May 2012

The Como team working on the refurbishment project at 199 Bishopsgate for British Land has raised £25,000 for the Indee Rose Trust, by hosting a fundraising dinner on site in May 2012. Over 130 people attended the event which took place in the almost unrecognisable site canteen which had been transformed into a Jubilee themed street party.

The event was organised by Como commercial manager, Zoe Smith with Gary Scammell, Nick Vukmirovic, Sunil Sharma, Richard Wash, Kieron McAndrew and Steve Gibson of the Como project team kindly volunteering to serve the delicious three course meal prepared by Canteen Projects.

After the dinner, it was time for auctioneer for the day, Como M&E manager, Ian Willett to get the auction started.  Furious bidding ensued with a tremendous amount of support from the supply chain.  Auction items included lots such as dinner at the Chef’s table at Claridges, Palmers race day and an annual Merlin family pass.

A sponsored hair shaving was also on the agenda. Tony Worboys from MJ Lonsdale was sporting a new bald look by the end of the day, raising almost £2,000.

Indee’s parents Jane and Russ and grandparents were in attendance and were very pleased with the result as it’s the biggest single fundraiser we have had to date!

Zoe Smith of Como said, ‘‘the event was a tremendous success! We are so pleased to be able to support such a worthwhile cause.  A very big thank you must go to our project team and our supply chain who contributed so generously.”

Russell Dopson, of The Indee Rose Trust said, "We were so pleased when we were told Como were holding a fundraising day, we are over the moon with the amount raised, as this is the biggest fundraising event we have had to date! Thank you so much to Zoe, Gary, Nick, Sunil, Richard, Kieron, Steve and everyone who donated on the day we are really touched, this is a fantastic amount to contribute for Indee's treasure box fund."

 

Indee Rose Easter Fayre, Pitsea Leisure Centre, Basildon, Essex, Saturday 31st March 2012

On Saturday 31st March the lovely Keri Woodman along with some help from Nanny Cheryll, organised the annual Easter Fayre.  There were many beautiful craft and gift stalls on show and many people came along to show their support.

Special thanks to Keri and Cheryll for organsing everything and thank you to everyone who attended.

 

Indee Rose Golf Day, Canvey Island Golf Course, Essex, Friday 16th March 2012

On Friday 16th March 2012, one of our wonderful team members, Anthony Smith organised a charity golf day raising much needed funds for The Indee Rose Trust. 

Over 50 men and women took part in the golf tournament, it was a beautiful sunny day and everyone had great fun.  The golfers raised £1,000 for the charity!  A fantastic amount which will help create many treasure boxes!

Thank you to everyone who took part and donated money, thanks also to those that donated their prize money.

Special thanks go to our new team member Anthony Smith!

 

 

But I'm only a child Charity Dinner, The Park Lane Hotel, London, Thursday 15th March 2012

The Indee Rose Trust were very proud to once again be chosen as one of the benficiaries of the 'But I'm only a child' charity dinner at the Park Lane Hotel on Thursday 15th of March.  The event is organised over 2 years by the wonderful and generous Clare Brooking.  Clare has become a great friend of the trusts and we really do appreciate her support.  We were chosen along with many charities that evening

 

Indee Rose Masquerade Ball, The Pavillion, Orsett Hall Hotel, Essex, Friday 21st October 2011

Our first Indee Rose Ball was held on Friday 21st October in the Pavillion at The Orsett Hall Hotel. A great time was had by all at Indee's Masquerade Ball. Every single person dressed to impress and wore their masks. We were so pleased on the way the evening went and we were delighted with the proceeds from the raffle and auction we raised over £10,000! Thank you to everyone who was there and made the night so brilliant - a night to remember and we will be having another next year.

Big thanks to Ellie Gunter a 13 year old singer with a big voice who wowed the crowd. Sharon Meagor of Vision Balloons in Essex who decorated the whole event with her lovely balloons, they look amazing. Please take a look at her website www.visionballoons.co.uk.
DIVAlicious - Danielle Walsh and Kirsty Sweeney and James Bayford of JBS Sounds who entertained everyone all night with superb singing and fantastic music (take a look at their video's on YouTube here). We would highly recommend these guys for weddings and events. Thank you to Richard Beckford who fascinated our guests with his fantastic magic tricks and to Cheryl Johnson of Feel Good Photo's who created some stunning photos of the night, take a look at some of the photos from the night here . All of these wonderful people generously offered their services for free all night THANK YOU you made the night!


Thank you to our Sponsors of the night who were Clubsports, Aspect Contracts and Sprayrite Panel Craft. Thank you for supporting The Indee Rose Trust we really do appreciate it.


Thank you to my sister in-law Perri Dopson who really did work so hard organising this event - you done so well and should be proud of yourself.


Lastly a big thank you to every single person who was there. We met some familiar faces but there were also new faces which we had the pleasure to meet. A really good crowd, thank you for making the night very special. Think Indee would be very proud.


Roll on next year when we do it all again!

 

Simon Kalp was kind enough to take snaps all night of our party, take a look at the fabulous album on facebook here. Thank you Simon!

 

Indee Rose TKO TRAD GYM Celebrity Football Match, Sunday 14th August 2011, Concord Football Club

Our second annual Celebrity Football Tournament took place at Concord Rangers FC, Canvey Island on Sunday 14th August, proved to be a massive success, having raised in excess of £18,000 on the day, with a further £3,000 being pledged on-line for the worthy cause that supports children that have been diagnosed with brain or spinal tumors.

More than a hundred star boxers, including WBO World Light Heavyweight Champion Nathan Cleverly, WBO Inter-Continental Lightweight Champion Kevin Mitchell, WBA International Super Bantamweight Champion Rendall Munroe, former WBU World Lightweight Champion Graham Earl, former WBU World Light Heavyweight Champion Tony Oakey, former WBA World Featherweight Champion Barry McGuigan, former British Super Middleweight Champion Paul Smith and his brother, British & Commonwealth Featherweight Champion, Stephen plus many, many more.

In addition to the boxers there were many celebrities, from the world of TV, Film and Music, that also turned out to play or support their teams, as well as sign autographs and be photographed with some of the thousands of fans that made the trek to Canvey from all over the country.

Sky Sports Ed Robinson, along with camera crew, also made the trip to Canvey to cover the event for Sky’s Ringside show and highlights from the event will be on 'Ringside' on Sky Sports 1. We were also joined by the lovely Kugan Cassius and colleages from iFilm London, who covered the whole day and all of the interviews can be found on their website or on YouTube. Celebrity interviews can also be found here.

But before we get to the final each of the teams deserve a a mention and big hand for their magnificent efforts.

The scousers do what needs to be done to stop TRAD TKO All Stars scoring - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

Last year’s Champions – Paul Smith’s Pick Pockets – got off to a poor start, losing to the TRAD TKO 1 team by a 2-1 margin. They did get to win their second match of the day, against the Boxing-Ireland.com team, by 3 goals to nil, and their third, against Ben Day’s Ringtone Gym team by a whooping 5-0 margin. Unlucky for Paul and brother Steven in the next round they come up against TRAD TKO supremo Johnny Eames’ All Star team – that not only featured boxers Nathan Cleverly, Rendall Munroe, Billy Joe Saunders, George Hillyard but also a couple of pro footballers – and had their hopes of lifting the trophy for a second year dashed by an exquisite, match winning, Nathan Cleverly goal. Then to make matters worse the Millbank team from Southampton held them to a 1-1 draw to prevent them even making the third and fourth place play-off.

Former World Champ Graham Earl bought his House of Champions team down from Luton. Graham had been so confident he’d lift the trophy this year that he was trying to lay bets with everyone. It was lucky for him most ignored the offer as his first class squad failed to make the final, but they did make the third and fourth place play off, where they lost to the the third TRAD TKO team.

Joe Gallagher watches as Indee Rose player slots the ball into the net - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

Joe Gallagher bought down a team of stars from his gym, unfortunately for him he only had an eight man squad, as Paul and Steven Smith had their own team. Joe did his best to fire up his team but they fell to both Alan Smith’s Sarf London team and Russell Dopson’s Indee Rose by a 2-1 deficit in the first two matches. In their third match they managed to hold the Boxing News team to a 0-0 draw but got well and truly thrashed 5-0 by TRAD TKO Clapton Rangers. In their final game they drafted in Paul and Steven Smith to bolster their hard worked team.

Last year’s ‘Wooden Spoon’ recipient Boxing News Rangers, having not just lost every game but also failing to score a single goal in the 2010 tournament, drafted in Barry McGuigan and Ben Doughty to ensure they did not to finish last this year. This clever move paid off in their very first match, where they beat Indee Rose by one goal to nil. Mind you in their very next match they got beat 3-0 by TRAD TKO Clapton Rangers.

Boxing-Ireland.com’s star player, Matthew Macklin, had to cancel due to another engagement the night before. However the boys that made the trip over from the Emerald Isles played their hearts out. They beat Ringtone 1-0 in their first match but got thrashed 3-0 by the back on form Paul Smith’s Pick Pockets in their second. Southampton Millbank took them down 1-0 in the third. They more than made up for the two losses when they beat the TRAD TKO 1 team 3-1 in the fourth, but got turned over by the TRAD TKO All Stars 1-0 in their final game.

Sarf London's female player showed the boys a thing or two - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

Alan Smith fielded the only female player in his Sarf London squad and boy could that girl play. She was good but the real star of the team was Bradley Skeet who played his heart out and even scored. Sarf London won their first game 2-1 against Joe Gallagher’s All Stars but things went down hill from there, losing 1 – 0 to Graham Earl’s House of Champions, 5-0 to TRAD TKO Clapton Rangers, 5-1 to Indee Rose.

Southampton’s Millbank squad, which had a large contingent of non-boxing sports personalities, proved to be a pain in Johnny Eames’ butt early on, by holding his TRAD TKO All Stars to a 0-0 draw in the first game of the tournament. So imagine Johnny’s joy when his TRAD TKO 1 team beat them 2-1 in the second match. Mind you they also did Johnny a big favour by beating Boxing-Ireland 1-0, Ringtone 4-0 and holding Paul Smith’s Pick Pockets to a 1-1 draw.

Ben Day shadows a storming Nathan Cleverley - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

Ben Day and Scott Borthwick’s Ringtone Gym team suffered right from the start, not only did they only have an eight man squad but their main striker, the aforementioned Ben Day, suffered a pulled hamstring in the very first game – mind you that didn’t stop him playing! After the league element of the tournament was done Ringtone suffered even more, becoming this year’s ‘Wooden Spoon’ recipient having lost 1-0 to Boxing-Ireland, 2-0 to TRAD TKO All Stars, 5-0 to Paul Smith’s Pick Pockets, 4-0 to Millbank and 3-0 to TRAD TKO 1.

Indee's dad Russell Dopson put together his own team for this year’s tournament, and bought along the noisiest legion of fans to support them! What a bunch they cheered every move by the Indee Rose team, however that was not enough as they went down 1-0 to the Boxing News mob in the first match. You can imagine the cheers when they beat Gallagher’s All Stars 2-1 in the second. The fans were still cheering even when they lost 3-1 to Graham Earl’s House of Champions. They turned the noise level to maximum in the fourth match as the Indee Rose team went on the rampage to beat Sarf London 5-1. With a possible place in the third and fourth play-off beckoning if they got a win over TRAD TKO Clapton Rangers, but they didn’t they got beat 3-0.

George Hillyard attampts to block a shot in the final - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

TRAD TKO Supremo put together three teams, the All Stars, a who’s who of boxing superstars, TKO 1, which featured boxers from the famous Canning Town gym, and Clapton Rangers which featured a mix of former footballers and celebrities. The strength and depth of the three teams really paid dividends as the All Stars and Clapton Rangers made the final and TKO 1 beat Graham Earl’s House of Champions 1-0 to secure third place.

Unlike the league section the third and fourth play-off and the final were played eleven a side and on a full size pitch. As the result of the third and fourth place play off has already been mentioned, we’ll move on straight to the final.

Johnny was over the moon that two of his team faced each other in the final, especially after losing to Paul Smith’s Pick Pockets last year.

Clapton Rangers pushed forward for most of the first half, the former footballers experience definitely coming into play as they controlled the game with crisp passing moves. Nathan Cleverly and his play making partner Billy Joe Saunders did their best to set up the odd counter attack, but were thwarted by the stronger defenses of the Clapton back three.

The All Stars defenders worked their socks off against the ever forward pushing Clapton juggernaut. Saying that the All Stars mounted a late attack, with George Hillyard starting the move with a cracking pass to Rendall Munroe who fthen flicked it into the path of a forward charging Billy Joe Saunders, who slotted a precision pass to Nathan Cleverly. With three defenders closing him down fast Nathan let rip with a vicious shot that look set to smash into the back of the Clapton net, if not for some excellent goal keeping.

TRAD TKO Clapton Rangers celebrate lifting the trophy - Photo Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

After fourty minutes of non-stop action the score remained 0-0, it was that competitive, so it went to a penalty shoot out, which Clapton Rangers won by a 4-2 margin.

We would like to say a massive thank you to Johnny and everyone from TKO Gym, you have been amazing and we couldn't do this without your help. We would like to thank everyone of the players for coming down to Canvey and taking the time to play all day, sign autograph's, take pictures and even pay to play! You should be very proud of yourselves.

Thank you to everyone who helped from 'Team Indee', friends, family and special thanks to Anthony Smith and everyone at Concord Football Club who helped all day long, you really made the event a great success and thank you for your fabulous donation, we are proud to have you part of the Indee Rose Team.

Finally thank you to everyone who bought and ticket, what a fabulous day!!!

 

Canvey Carnival and The Haystack Pub support The Indee Rose Trust, Saturday 6th August 2011

We had a great day at the Canvey Carnival on Saturday 6th August, it was a fabulous day, so many brilliant floats and people dressed up! We enjoyed ourselves and we were so shocked when we received a call to say that £3170 was raised in the collection buckets!! We are so pleased that all the locals came out and supported us and raised so much money! This will help create so many smiles for these seriously ill children. Thank you to everyone who dressed up, walked around and shook their buckets and collected money, thank you to the local police and all the amazing stewards and a HUGE thank you to Canvey Carnival Association who selected us to receive the money collected, we are so happy to be a part of it and we look forward to taking part next year! We have already decided on a theme and a float!!

A huge thank you to the Haystack pub who also held an all day event for the trust, with live bands and entertainment, face painting and more, the haystack raised an amazing £1603.25!! Thank you so much!! Thank you to all the staff and all the public who spent their money there that day, Russ went down with some members of our family and really enjoyed the live music!

 

Hoy and Helmet Pub, Mods and Rockers charity Day, Benfleet Essex - Saturday 23rd July 2011

The Hoy and Helmet Pub in Benfleet Essex, held a Mods Vs Rockers day in aid of The Indee Rose Trust.

Scooter and motorcycle clubs and fans exhibited their vehicles and local bands and musicians played on the outside stage.The headlining Sixties cover band, the 60 Beats, got the crowd going before they danced the night away to a Fifties, Sixties and Seventies themed disco. Bands and musicians supporting the main act were the Ends, the Long Run, the Rundowns, Figures, Ashley Chittock, And These Shores and Adam Duffill.


Thank you to Leigh Beck Junior School who provided the stage for the event, also huge thank you to all the team at The Hoy who worked so hard throughout the day and created such a fabulous event!

Nick's Beard! 4th July 2011

One of our best friend's, Nick Greenlandfollowed in Ryan Dopson’s footsteps and started growing his beard for a year, Nick began on our Indee’s birthday, 4th July 2010.

Nick has been supported by his local community and has raised over £2,500. Thank you so much!


Sainsbury's Supermarket, Canvey Island support The Indee Rose Trust

You may remember early in 2010, Sainsbury's Supermarket on Canvey Island chose The Indee Rose Trust as their charity of the year. Staff and local public from Canvey donated a very generous £500.00! We would like to thank everyone who donated their spare change into our buckets and collection pots, we very much appreciate the support.

Thank you again to Sainsbury's staff and management for supporting us this past year.

 

Indee's 10K Run and Kid's 1K Fun Run, Sunday 8th May 2011

Steve Muprhy, a local patron and member of our events team organised a 10,000 kilometre run on Canvey Island. The run began at Canvey Island Rugby Club and followed a route around Canvey Island following the seawall and ending back at the rugby club, we had 40 people sign up and take part, including some children who took part in the 1K fun run. Thank you to everyone who took part, you raised over £400.00! We were very pleased with the turn out for our first run and we now plan to do this as an annual event, so please sign up again next year!

Thank you all who supported and took part! What a fabulous day!

Indee Rose Easter Fayre, Leigh Beck Junior School, Saturday 16th April 2011

Our annual Easter Fayre was a great success, we had lots of people attending with their children, taking part in the Easter Egg Hunt! Thank you to our Easter Bunny and Sheep who had great fun with all the kids!

Thank you to everyone who came along and to all the stall holders who donated money and took part. Thank you to mediums Ellie and Nicola and to the lovely Sandra who was our massage and beauty therapist for the day.

From the donations, Indee Rose stalls, raffle and entry fees we made approximately £1,300! This will help create so many smiles!!

John Galpin's climb of Mount Kilimanjaro

The wonderful John Galpin of Design by Structure, who (along with his team) have been kind enough to create our website and marketing material, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in February 2011. At 5,895 metres or 19,341 ft above sea level Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest freestanding mountain as well as the 4th most prominent mountain in the world.

To make his personal challenge even more worthwhile John decided to try and raise some money for The Indee Rose Trust, to date John has raised £1,470.00! John funded the trip himself, so all money raised goes directly to the trust. Thank you so much what an amazing achievent! John's Just Giving Page

Mediumship Night, Saturday 19th March 2011

On Saturday 19th March, The Indee Rose Trust team organised a mediumship night. Doors opened at 6.30pm and we had a great turn out, all seats were filled!

Along with the platform demonstration by medium's Nicola and Ellie, we had one-to-one readings, flower card readings, healing and more... we had a brilliant night. We raised over £500.00!

We would like to thank all of the wonderful medium's, healers and helpers who came along and gave up their Saturday night to raise funds for the trust. We would also like to thank everyone who helped out on the night, setting up, making tea and coffee's and also a big thank you to Northwick Park School for allowing us to use their hall.

Thank you to everyone who attended and donated, we hope to organise another soon!

Ryan Dopson, shave-off! 31st December, 2010


A wonderful member of our family Ryan Dopson decided to grow his hair for a whole year starting new years eve 2009 ending new years eve 2010, Ryan managed to raise over £2,000! Thank you so much Ryan!

Here is a link to Ryan's facebook support page. Support Ryan Dopson
Ryan's Just Giving Page

The Indee Rose Trust Christmas Fayre, Saturday 27th November 2010

On Saturday 27th November, we hosted the The Indee Rose Trust Christmas Fayre, the fayre took place at Northwick Park School, Canvey Island, Essex. The event went so well, approximately 350 people attended, we had lots of wonderful Christmas craft stalls, face painting, a kids fun craft corner and a brilliant Santa's Grotto with our very own elf's. One of our patrons, Kate Williams attended and very kindly 'meeted and greeted'!

Over £2,000 was raised just from our Indee Rose stall's, Santa's Grotto, tea and coffee stall and fundraising pots on the day.

This was our final event of 2010 and we were so pleased it went so well! Thank you to everyone who attended this fun day.

Take a look at our photos from the day at PHC Images.

 

But, I am only a Child Charity Ball, 4th November 2010

On Thursday 4th November 2010, we were honoured to be taking part in the 'But, I am only a child charity ball' which wasorganised and hosted by the wonderful Clare Brooking. It is an annual event attended by over 400 people, each year Clare selects six charities to support. This year Clare selected The Indee Rose Trust as the main charity of the night and our logo even featured on the brochure, we were very touched and proud. Other worthy charities were: The Caron Keating Foundation, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Sparks and The National Austistic Society - so we were with some great charities!

There was an auction which raised over £30,000.

The night was a great success and were so touched to have been chosen by Clare, we hope this raises awareness and helps us to create more treasure boxes!

Thank you Clare Brooking.

Here is a link to our photos on Facebook.

The Indee Rose Halloween Party, 30th October 2010

The annual Indee Rose Halloween party took place on Saturday 30th October at Canvey Island Rugby Club. The club was dressed up in all sorts of spooky things! We had a great night and we raised a lot of money for our Treasure Boxes. Thank you to everyone who attended it was a great success. Thank you to Liam Kemp who was the fabulous DJ on the night and a big thank you to Canvey Island Rugby Club, Jackie Bedford and all the lovely ladies who worked hard behind the bar!

We raised £800.00 which is brilliant, thank you everyone!

Here is a link to our photos on facebook! Happy Halloween!!!

Secrets Hairdressing, 12 hour cutathon, 24th October 2010

On Sunday 24th October, Secrets Hairdressing in Wickford, Essex held a 12 hour cutathon to raise funds for The Indee Rose Trust. Cutting began at 8.00am and ended at 8.00pm, a massive £1,200 was raised from all the cutting! They also sold some wonderful cupcakes and organised a lucky dip.
Thank you to Tara, Jodie, Stacey, Aimee, Vickey and Zoe for all of your hard work!

Here is a link to our photos on Facebook.

 

Virtual Bowling Night, Saturday 23rd October 2010

The wonderful Tayna Bellamy, one of our events organisers arranged a fundraising night at Vi Bowl on Canvey Island. We had a brilliant night and lots of fun, we raised £323.00, which is fantastic!

Thank you to James Parkin for allowing us to use Vi Bowl for free, it was so kind of you.

Bumps & Babes Kids Show, 23rd & 24th October 2010

 

The annual Bumps & Babes Kid Show in Southend, Essex,  this year supported The Indee Rose Trust.  The show took place on the 23rd and 24th October 2010 at Garon Park Leisure, Southend.  

The show was aimed at pregnant couples through to families with Primary school aged children - over 70 stalls of shopping and information for parent and parents to be including nursery items, clothes, toys, books, gifts, cards, jewellery, handbags and so much more.

We would like to thank the Ky Greenwood for organising and nominating the Trust, it was a great honour.

Grainger and Eames

Celebrity Football Match, 25th July 2010

In association with TKO Gym, Canning Town
Brockwell Stadium, Canvey Island, Essex.

Almost 200 celebrities from the worlds of boxing, football, music, film, TV and the national press made the trip to Canvey Island, Essex to take part in the event, which raised in excess of £20,000 for the Indee Rose Trust.

Notable in their efforts to participate are the Willie Limond’s Bravehearts, who flew down from Scotland, Alan ‘Alio’ Wilton’s ‘Team Alio’, whose fourteen hour journey involved crossing the Irish Sea by ferry to Scotland and then a long drive south, Paul Smith’s Pickpockets, who not only drove down from Liverpool but drove back home straight after the final, and David Leigh who finished work, in Sheffield at 3am, grabbed an early train to London and then to Essex. But the Long Distance award has to go to Rock Legend Steve Harris of Iron Maiden who flew in from America just for the event! What’s more each did this at their own expense and paid £20 for the pleasure of playing in the tournament!  
 
Here is a link to our photos on facebook TKO Celebrity Football Tournament

A Walk for Indee

Walk for Indee, 25th June 2010 

Our annual 'Walk for Indee' took place on Sunday 25th June, over 300 people came in the searing heat to take part.  This year we decided on taking a fee from each walker rather than previous walks where we have sponsors.  We still managed to raise over £2,000.

A link to our photos on facebook Indee Rose Walk 2010

Thank you to everyone that took part and well done!

80's Party Night, 23rd April 2010

Smallgains Hall, Canvey Island, Essex
80's Party, Fancy dress!

The lovely Angela Owen organised an 80's party night which took place on Saturday 23rd of April at Smallgains Hall on Canvey Island, it was a fantastic night and Angela raised £1040.00.
 
Thank you to Angela for organising this and also thank you to everyone who attended and dressed up for the occassion

80s Party
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