Ex-England Sports Stars Make Surprise Appearances at Local Youth Matches
- As part of the “Rely On” campaign we took two ex-England sports stars back to their youth leagues
- The sports stars teamed up with Worcester representatives to keep parents warm on the sidelines
- The activity kicked off a nationwide search for other deserving teams
We recently furthered the ‘Rely On’ message by bringing two ex-England sports stars back to their grass roots clubs.
Former football star and ‘I’m a Celebrity’ contestant, Wayne Bridge, visited the league he played in as a child in Hampshire, to surprise Littleton Juniors FC at their Sunday game. And ex-England rugby union champion and ‘Dancing on Ice’ winner, Kyran Bracken, joined his first ever rugby club, Firwood Waterloo FC in Liverpool.
The sporting legends joined Worcester representatives to hand out hot drinks, bacon sandwiches and warm blankets plus, a £1,000 cheque to both clubs.
The activity kicked of a nationwide search for other deserving sports teams who want to treat their supportive parents to a surprise on the sidelines when the season starts again in September.
Worcester held the latest annual Environment 2020 Awards at the stunning Spring Grove House. Seven Awards were presented to installers and specifiers and 3 young people were presented with awards for their creative interpretation of the environment.
Committed to recycling, our unwanted pallets have been put to some very good uses, read more to find out about what Broadwas School do with them.
Worcester has a long tradition of supporting good causes locally and nationally and are pleased to announce our new charity partners.