To support Ben Nicholson,who is a friend of mine. I also knew Annita, Alex and Annabel and I wish to raise money to support this excellent cause.
I am fundraising for the Richmond Heavies Foundation - a charity established after the sad death of 3 players at the club in under one year - including my brother Stephen Fairn in 2018. The charity was established to protect players through screening for preventative conditions and also support families that have faced a tragic loss. The charity is also now extending support to the wider Rugby Community in the UK - for example with their Defibrillator Fund that aims to help clubs that cannot aff
In memory of our dear friends Anita, Alex and Annabel and in support of my mate Ben Nicholson.
Neil and I are walking the the 'Race to the Stones' 100 km challenge over two days with friends on 10/11 July in loving memory of Anita, Alex and Annabel, the brightest shining stars. We hope we will do you proud.Thank you for your sponsorship, which is hugely appreciated.
Walking 100km in a weekend in memory of our dear friends Anita, Annabel and Alex Nicholson and for Ben
For the last fourteen years, I’ve lived with a life-threatening, blood-clotting disorder that runs in my family. This September I’ll be pushing my body to the limit by cycling 1,000 miles, the length of Britain, to raise money for two charities I care deeply about - Thrombosis UK and The Richmond Heavies Foundation, which was co-founded by one of my business clients and provides defibrillators to sports clubs that can’t afford the life-saving devices. I’m aiming to raise a minimum of £2,500 for
Matt Ratana was a colleuague with us at Stoke Newington Police Station. His death struck both the Rugby and Policing community's incredibly hard. Myself and a few like minded colleagues have grown up with rugby and want to show our support for this incredible cause.
In memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana and in support of the great work the Foundation established in his name does to support the communities he cared so deeply about.
To carry on Matt Ratana's legacy.