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Love 80’s Liverpool Roadshow Fundraiser

Love 80s Liverpool Roadshow Event Poster

An evening of music and a chance to dance the night away to all the tracks you hear on Love 80’s radio! With freebies up for grabs, a prize for the best 80’s gear and a raffle with some ‘money can’t buy’ prizes as well.

When: Saturday, 23rd June 2018 from 7.30pm until late
Where: St Joseph’s Social Club, Birkenhead
Cost: £10 per person which includes a chip butty!

Tickets can be purchased via EventBrite (please note there is an additional charge imposed by EventBrite) or directly from St Joseph’s Social Club.

Love 80s Liverpool Roadshow Event Poster

Cheesy Bingo!

Cheesy Bingo, Cheesy Music and Cheesy Prizes

Love Bongo’s Bingo? Then you will love 🧀 Cheesy Bingo on Saturday 14th July at the Poulton Vics in Wallasey! Play Bingo! Dance to Cheesy Music and win Cheesy Prizes!

If you fancy joining us for a good night out then you can get your tickets online from Skiddle. Tickets cost £10 plus £1.75 card fee.

Please note, you must be 18 or over to attend.
Warning! Smoke & strobe lighting effects will be in use

Cheesy Bingo!

Weekly Roundup 3rd June

Hi all, it’s our weekly round-up post! As always, we want to say a huge thank you to everyone who is mentioned below, for those who have attended/supported and for everyone who has made a donation no matter what size. We appreciate you all ❤️💙
 
Check out our upcoming events to see what’s going on in the next week and beyond.
 
Last Sunday, young Liam Reay did a sponsored walk over 12 miles. He raised just over £584! Well done Liam!
 
Yesterday we had a Vale Park Music Festival up in Wallasey. Great music, lots of fun, and despite the poor weather it raised £438. A big thank you to Claire Sim and all who volunteered, plus Christopher Locke for organising the music and Ragamuffin and guests for performing.
 
Also, Steve Allen ran the Abersoch 10k with his family whilst his wife Helen Allen, and her sister Nikki were cheerleading and helping us spread awareness with Spider-Ede t-shirts on. Steve and Helen’s son, Will, sadly passed away from DIPG in December 2016 aged 14, and have since been fundraising in his memory to help other children #willpower
 
Today, Genting Casino held their poker tournament in aid of our appeal. Thank you to all involved and to those who attended.
 
Young Isabelle, just 6 years old, did a sponsored crab catch today as well, raising over £250! Well done Isabelle, such a wonderful way to raise awareness and sponsorship!
 
Also today, Jazmin Sneddon walked up Mount Snowdon in a Spider-Man costume in the hot sunshine! Well done Jazmin for not just raising funds but also spreading more awareness for us to those who you met along the way.
 
This past week, Katharine Hughes walked 96 miles on the West Highland Way in Scotland, flying the Spider-Ede flag and collecting donations along the way. A huge thank you to Katharine for raising awareness so far away and also of course for the collections made. She’s raised just over £705 so far! You can show your support for her at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katharinehughes-westhighlandway4edie-may
 
Also thanks this week to
Thingwall Primary School’s bake sale before half term – £180
St Andrews C/E School – £243
St Joseph’s Upton School – £642
K G Lancaster – £475
Mr J Evans – £100
Combermere No 605 Benevolent Fund – £250
Mr Kevin P Conlan – £1,000
Accounting and Commercial Solutions Ltd – £100
Eli Lilly Speke Operations Workplace Trust – £500
Euro Garage Green Lane – £31.30
Co-op Teehey Lane – £38.81
Iconic Upton – £31.05
Jaime & Yvonne Slawson Collection – £103
The Mockbeggar Hall Wetherspoon Moreton
The Coffee Co, Bebington
 
Next week we have Bingo night featuring Captain America, who has been practising the Floss! 😉 Tickets are still available, £10 per person, drop us a message if you want to buy any.
 
Also today, Rachael Rowlands, David Hibbert and Lucy Rowlands are driving from Edinburgh to Rome, roughly 2000 miles each way, in an old London Taxi as part of a Rust2Rome rally with 40 other cars. The criteria was that the car could not be worth more than £500 on the road! Spare a though for them driving this non air conditioned car considering the weather forecast this week! and please show your support by sponsoring them at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rachael-rowlands2
 
Good luck to Sue Fowler and Harry Walch who are swimming in the Great North Swim, and Scott McCready who is doing an Ironman competition, all in aid of Edie next weekend.
 
Finally, a couple of future ticketed events if you want to get in before they all go!
23rd June, Love 80s, St Joseph’s Social Club Birkenhead – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/love-80s-roadshow-tickets-45551396453?aff=es2
1st July, Spider-Ede Sunset Cruise, Seacombe Terminal – http://cruise.spider-ede.org.uk
 
Apologies if we’ve missed anyone out. Please let us know in the comments below. If you are holding a fundraiser or wish to, please email fundraising@spider-ede.org.uk so that we can send you our ePack and get you on our events calendar.
 
Or text EDIE03 £(amount up to 10) to 70070

 

Hero Diaries – 6 Months On

On 30th November 2017 we heard the words no parent should have to hear…

On the 30th November 2017 we heard the words no parents should have to hear…

This week we are 6 months on from that awful day and we wanted to share with you our journey from the beginning. For those that have been with us from the start and those that have joined us along the way, we are so thankful to have you fighting with us.

JustGiving.spider-ede.org.uk
Text EDIE03 £? to 70070

Spider-Ede Around the World

All Around the World

Are you going on holiday? Or even a day out somewhere different?? 🗺

Can you help us by wearing your Spider-Ede Tshirts? Spread the word and tell the world! ✈️🌍 🚗🌍 🚂🌍 🚢

If you haven’t yet got yourself a tshirt you can order one from the wonderful Nikki at 14 Degrees Down.

How far can Spider-Ede get?

You can post your photos on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, make them PUBLIC and use #SpiderEdeTee so that we can see them, and let us know where in the world you are 💪💪

Alternatively you can send your photo direct to: contact@spider-ede.org.uk

All Around the World

Edie’s 11 vs Hollyoaks – Match Report

Edie's Football team plus some of the Hollyoaks cast, crew and friends.

On Friday 11th May, Edie’s 11 vs Hollyoaks cast played at Ashville Football Club in Wallasey. Edie’s 11, (managed by Edie’s uncle Joe Sephton and cousin Kev King) are a group of local lads who are close to Edie and her family, or have been heavily involved in fundraising and holding their own events in aid of the Spider-Ede Appeal.

42010029052_0db0d6a2e7_z8 members of the Hollyoaks cast played along with crew and friends to make up the numbers. One well known name was I’m a Celebrity 2017’s Jamie Lomas, who previously played Warren Fox in the soap. It is safe to say the fans were thrilled when he pulled up to Ashville FC and happily got some photos and signed some autographs!

41154089125_8ee4165945_zAnother well known cast member, Nic Pickard, was also present. Nic plays Tony Hutchinson and is the longest-serving cast member and appeared in the first episode in 1995. Nic played a massive part in helping to arrange the match and we could not thank him enough for his help.

42010016182_1acc7b0ef5_zDuayne Boachie, who plays Zak Loveday, was the Spider-Ede Appeal’s Man of the Match. His football skills were just as good as his acting skills and the award was well deserved!

Both Duayne and Parry Glasspool, screen name Harry Thompson, proved a hit with the fans and couldn’t get to their seats without having a queue of ladies requesting a photograph.

41333907434_63b0e360e2_zLuke Jerdy was one of Hollyoak’s star players, who is best known as Jesse Donovan in the soap.

David Kennedy, who plays Dirk Savage, also took part. It didn’t go un-noticed that he enjoyed the delicious curry at the end of the match more than he enjoyed the game!

40246453600_1acc7b0ef5_zThe full time score was 6-4 to Edie’s 11 who proudly took home the winners trophy. The trophy was presented on the night to Ian McGraa and Lee Gibson, both local rival Sunday league football managers who chose to wear the opposite football shirt in the evening for sponsorship, to raise more funds for Edie’s treatment.

Our officials on the day were Aidan Jones, Steve Copeland and Merril Grundy, who kindly donated their Friday night to the charity match.

42010017732_9cb87a16d0_zDJ Steve Lord provided brilliant commentary and music before, during and after the match. Liam Kelly was dressed up as Spider-Man to grab photos with the children and adults alike, Louise Lord and Anna Mcallister also brought their amazing cakes to sell, alongside Joan Janvier selling sweet cones and Claire Jardine Jones selling raffle tickets, all to raise additional funds.

We’d also like to say thank you to Proactive Personnel Ltd, Neil Hayes Painting & Decorating, Haworth and Gallagher Solicitors, and AquaSafe Swim School for their sponsorship towards the event.

The night was a success and we raised in excess of £2500!

Keep your eyes peeled for the return of Edie’s 11 in their next football match!

View all photos from the evening on Flickr.

 

The Spider-Ede Music Festival

The Spider-Ede Music Festival - 2nd June, Vale Park, Wallasey

Come and join us on Saturday 2nd June, from 1pm until 5pm, in Vale Park, Wallasey, for our summer music festival! With music from Ragamuffin and guests, we’ll also have face painting, tombolas, a bouncy castle, beat the goalie, raffles, a Harley Davidson drive-by and more!

A big thank you to Claire Sim for arranging and co-ordinating the event, Christopher Locke for organising it, especially the music side of the day. Also a big thank you to Apollo Care for donating a spa voucher at the Village Hotel and for all their previous support with sponsorship for sweets and prizes.

Below are just some of the confirmed prizes up for grabs and a huge thank you for the prize donations:

The Spider-Ede Music Festival - 2nd June, Vale Park, Wallasey

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