Sponsors & Contributors

 

 

The Strikers

 

  •  The Ballinger Charitable Trust


  •  The Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust

 

  •  The W A Handley  Charitable Trust

 

  •  The Barbour Trust

 

  •  St James's Place Foundation

 

  •  The Hedley Denton Charitable Trust 

 

  •  The Jeffrey Kelson Foundation

 

 

 

The Solid Mid-field

  • All the wonderful folk donating through "Just Giving"
    •  Over 8200 donated so far

 

2013

  • Jesmond and Ponteland Waitrose branches kindly supported the Charlie Crowe appeal through their Community Matters Scheme.
  • Backworth Social Club; have decided to support the  Charlie Crowe Scanner Appeal as their chosen charity of 2013. Two events have been organized to date which are; A social evening on Saturday 29th June, with the second event being held Saturday 30th November. Feedback coming soon.

 

2012

Our thanks to the following:

 

  • Starbucks Jesmond who once again supported our annual coffee morning at the new Pavilion Cafe at Newcastle University's Campus for Ageing and Vitality.  Thank you to everyone who contributed prizes towards the raffle. The event was a huge success Click hereto read the Evening Chronicle report.
  • Newcastle East Fire Station, Byker who raised funds towards the Appeal during their Annual Charity Day held on 7th July 2012. 
  • Events included a raffle, cake stall and sale of handcrafted cards made by 12 year old Rebecca Hailstone who is pictured opposite with firefighters Stephen Taylor and Geoff Hagan, together with Viv Sewell, who is in charge of fundraising for the Charlie Crowe Appeal.

 

  • Sir Bobby Charlton/Manchester United for kindly donating a signed autobiography and signed Manchester United Football Shirt. These raised over 300 towards the Appeal.
  • Newcastle United Football Club - following a competition six tickets were won by the Appeal for the Newcastle v Wolverhampton Wanderers match on 25th February.   These raised 310.  Thanks to the people who purchased these from far afield for their local "Geordie" relatives.  Thanks to Mike Bolam "Biffa"  (NUFC.com) for advertising these on our behalf and for his continued support.

 

  • Waitrose, Eldon Square, Ponteland and Jesmond Branches for their continued support by donating raffle prizes and cash donation through their Community Matters.

 

  • Sale of  Charlie's Books - a general thank you to all the local shopkeepers and clubs who have stocked and sold Charlie's books on our behalf.  This has contributed greatly towards the Appeal. 

 

2011

Our thanks to the following:

 

 

  • Starbucks Jesmond - Once again thanks to Starbucks, Jesmond Branch for supporting our Christmas Coffee Morning.  This proved another successful event.  See pictures opposite.

 

  • Ray Tully for producing his book "Reflections",  the proceeds of which are in aid of the Appeal.

 

  • Fraser Kennedy who cycled from Land's End to John O'Groats at the end of July and raised  funds for the Charlie Crowe Appeal.

 

  • Mick Martin who organised and took part in the annual "Heroes Golf Day" along with a group of former footballers, and donated half the proceeds raised to the Charlie Crowe Scanner Appeal. 
  • Whitley Bay Football Club who held an evening with Alan Pardew, NUFC Manager.  A signed Newcastle United F.C. shirt was auctioned and the proceeds donated to the Appeal.
  • Grateful thanks to The Lord Mayor of Newcastle Cllr. Brenda Hindmarsh for choosing the Charlie Crowe Appeal as one of her three charities during her year in office.  Pictured opposite is Cllr. Brenda Hindmarsh, at the end of her office,  presenting a cheque  towards the Appeal to Professor Roy Taylor and Vivien Sewell.
  • Brian Bowman and the Tyneside Shadows Guitar Club for holding a further concert in February in aid of the Appeal.

 

  • Grateful thanks to the person who generously donated 10,000 anonymously.  We only wish we were able to thank you in person.

 

  • Kim Carmichal of NCJ Media for her continued support in reporting on our fundraising efforts. 

 

  • Dobbies Garden Centre, Birtley who held a charity evening and raffle.

 

  • The Staff of the MR Centre for hosting an Easter Raffle.

 

 

2010

Our thanks to the following:

 

  • Steve Preston of Sportmemorabilia Framing, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead for his invaluable support in providing memorabilia.

 

  • Nigel White of Sam Jacks, The Gate, Newcastle upon Tyne for his continued support and fundraising efforts.

 

  • Ronnie Pattison Artist, Pattisons, Durham Road, Birtley for supporting the Appeal.

 

  • Starbucks Jesmond: for supporting a coffee morning at the MR Centre on 8th December 2010.  Photographs of the event are shown opposite.

 

  • Margaret George:  who raised funds by walking the length of Hadrian's Wall, from Bowness-on-Solway to Wallsend in August 2010.

 

  • Newcastle Races: to the MR Centre Staff who held a bucket collection at Newcastle Racecourse  in June. 

 

          A big thank you to the organisers of the 2010 Blaydon 

Race who chose the Charlie Crowe Scanner Appeal as their race charity.  Many thanks to all runners who took part in the race to raise funds for the Appeal. 

 

  • Brian Bowman and the Tyneside Shadows Guitar Club who held a two day music festival at the Federation Brewery donating all proceeds to the Appeal. 

 

  • Eva Kenny from the Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre who ran the Brighton Marathon in April in aid of the Appeal. 

 

 

 

2009

     

  • A Talk-in event was held on 22nd October 2009 with the           Three Legends at St James' Park NUFC. 

          Thank you to all who supported this event, especially

          Steve Preston of Sportmemorabilia and Nigel White of  

          Sam Jacks for their contribution/donation of sports memorabilia

           towards the auction.  Also thanks to Mick Edmondson of the

           Backpage for comparing this event.

 

  • Thanks to Steve Preston of Sportmemorabilia Framing, Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead for his invaluable support in providing memorabilia.

 

  • Nigel White of Sam Jacks, The Gate, Newcastle upon Tyne for his outstanding support and fundraising events/collections.

 

  • Kieren Hollingsworth who undertook a sponsored walk along Hadrian's Wall.

 

 

Our Defence

All those working tirelessly behind the scenes, in particular

  • Lesley Edmondson
  • Vivien Sewell
  • Beverly Hailstone
  • Margaret Childs
  • Natalie Atkinson
  • Ann McKenzie
  • Sandra Blackwood
  • Denise O'Donnell
  • Lishan Sung

 

Our Supporters

 

  •  Sportmemorabilia Framing, Team Valley
  •  Sam Jacks, The Gate
  •  Ronnie Pattison Artist, Birtley
  •  NUFC
  •  NCJ Media
  •  Starbucks
  •  The Back Page
  •  Brian Bowman & The Tyneside Shadows Guitar Club
  • Shasun Pharma Solutions
  •  Waitrose
  •  Eldon Square
  •  Fenwicks
  •  Tesco
  •  Dobbies Garden Centre
  •  Marks and Spencers
  •  Alnwick Gardens
  •  Dawson and Sanderson Travel
  •  Jesmond Dene House
  •  Gosforth Travel Bureau
  •  The Centre for Life
  •  Beamish Museum
  •  Newcastle Greyhound Stadium
  •  Newcastle Racecourse

 

 

The Goal

500,000

 

 

 

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Pictured: Alan Pardew, NUFC Manager shaking hands with Viv Sewell, at a Whitley Bay Football Club fundraising event, May 2011.

Photograph courtesy of Steven White, info@imagesbysw.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured: The Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Cllr. Brenda Hindmarch with Viv Sewell and Lesley Edmondson.

Pictured: The Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Cllr. Brenda Hindmarch with Viv Sewell and Lesley Edmondson.

Pictured: The Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Cllr. Brenda Hindmarch with Viv Sewell and Lesley Edmondson.

Pictured: The Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Cllr. Brenda Hindmarch with Viv Sewell and Lesley Edmondson.

Pictured: Mick Martin, Peter Haddock, Jim Scott, John Craggs,

Bob Moncur, Dave Hilley, Irving Nattrass and Pop Robson at the

charity "Heroes Golf Day".

Photograph courtesy of Newcastle Chronicle and Journal.

Pictured: Viv Sewell at the Newcastle MR Centre Christmas Coffee Morning, December 2011, sponsored by Starbucks, Jesmond.

Photograph courtesy of Newcastle Chronicle and Journal.

Pictured: Cllr. Brenda Hindmarsh, at the end of her year of office as Lord Mayor of Newcastle, presenting a cheque to Prof. Roy Taylor, Director, Newcastle MR Centre. Left: Charlie's daughter Lesley, Cllr. Hindmarsh's daughter and Right: Viv Sewell.

Pictured at the Newcastle East Fire Station, Byker Annual Charity Day held on 10th July 2012 are: 

Stephen Taylor, Viv Sewell,

Rebecca Hailstone and Jeff Hagan.

 

Photograph courtesy of Newcastle Chronicle and Journal.