⏩🗑️😊 The Tracy Sollis Leukaemia Trust was selected as the first cause to benefit from the “Bin It For Good” scheme!
More than 20 bins Litter bins in Evesham town centre have become charity collection tins, decorated with brightly coloured stickers to encourage people to put their litter in the bin.
The more rubbish in the bin, the more money will be donated to local causes. The campaign will run for three months with a different charity featured each month.
📰 Read More at the Evesham Observer!: https://eveshamobserver.co.uk/news/making-a-tidy-profit/
Charity Concert featuring guitar virtuoso Gordon Giltrap MBE accompanied by Carrie Martin, a highly accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist.
🕖 Sunday 26th April 2020 – 7.30pm
🎸 The Fleece Inn Bretforton
🎫 Tickets £18
Now Sold Out!
– Available from the Fleece Inn, Bretforton OR From the Tracy Sollis Trust Shop, Evesham
🎶 Supporting The Tracy Sollis Leukaemia Trust
(Registered Charity No. 1069269)
Celebrating 26 Years of Fundraising
The Tracy Sollis Leukaemia Trust has won Organisational Fundraiser of the Year at this year’s Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards.
Over the past 23 years, The Trust has raised nearly £1.2m for Anthony Nolan in memory of Sue’s daughter Tracy. Funding by Mrs Sollis has been a life cause to endeavour to help patients suffering from the disease.
About the Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards
This will be the seventh year that Anthony Nolan has held the prestigious Anthony Nolan Supporter Awards. The aim of the event is to recognise and thank the outstanding achievements of volunteers, fundraisers and campaigners whose support helps us to save more lives.
To see the full shortlist, and find out more about the charity visit www.anthonynolan.org/awards
About Anthony Nolan
Anthony Nolan is the charity that finds matching donors for people with blood cancer and gives them a second chance at life. It also carries out ground-breaking research to save more lives and provide information and support to patients after a stem cell transplant, through its clinical nurse specialists and psychologists, who help guide patients through their recovery.
Every year the Tracy Sollis Memorial Cup is awarded to the youngest competitor of Wychavon Festival of Brass to celebrate their achievements and efforts.
This year, Sue Sollis BEM presented The Tracy Sollis Memorial Cup to Wychavon Festival of Brass’s youngest contestant, 10 year old Rob Logan from the Great Western Youth Band! Congratulations Rob!
📷 Photos taken by Peter Hayward
Great Western Youth Band: greatwesternyouth.com