American Independence day 2015 saw almost 90 brightly dressed walkers stride out around Calf Hey Reservoir in support of East Lancashire Down’s Syndrome Support Group. The colourful walkers included a variety of Cowboys and Indians, superheroes and cartoon characters along … Continue reading
Steph and Martin Horne, ELDSSG’s answer to Ranulph Fiennes and Fanny Bullock Workman recently took on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. The 24 mile challenge takes in the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, and completing it in under 12 … Continue reading
On Saturday we have what feels like a first. Anna Ridding a Trainee Clinical Psychologist who is currently undertaking some research as part of her doctorate thesis has contacted us to see if she can speak to our dads. Anna’s … Continue reading
Michelle Hamer, mum to one of our superstars Alfie, only took up running on the 15/02/2015 and was brave enough to enter herself for the Run or Dye 5k taking place in Manchester on the 18/04/2015, setting her self the … Continue reading
We had a fun if select meeting over the Easter Weekend with plenty of people making the most of the long weekend to get away and have some fun. It was especially brilliant to see little SJ who’s now a … Continue reading
Yakety Yak speech and language services for children with Down’s Syndrome will be running over the summer term on the following dates: April - 20th, 27th, May – 4th, 11th, 18th Half Term June – 15th, 22nd, 29th July – … Continue reading
Many thanks to Hannah Shatliff and her friends at Bacup and Rawtenstall Grammar School for their very kind donation of £250.00 raised from their cake sale.
Hannah Shatliff is bravely planning on shaving off all her hair to support ELDSSG. On the 4th July 2015 ELDSSG are holding their annual fundraising walk at Calf Hey reservoir and its at this walk that Hannah is bravely planning … Continue reading
Many thanks to all the staff at Spring Hill Community Primary School for their very kind donation of £166.36 from their staff fundraising
Many thanks to Ellie Ainscough and the pupils at Haslingden High School for their very kind donation of £150.00 from their charity fundraising day.