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We're delighted to receive the fundraising efforts of De La Salle students from Scott House, who have raised a total of £3,744 for Silkworth Charity Group during their Charity Week last October.The week-long programme of events took place across 6 days and included a football match, a Bus-Pull, cake sales, a 5-A-Side-tournament and a Dodge-Ball tournament. The events were led by Head of Scott House and P.E. Teacher, Mr Livesey. Students frFind out more
Future Finance looks set to donate thousands of pounds to Silkworth Charity Group in 2016! Keen supporters of the local community, Future Finance has opted to support the Silkworth Charity Group by sponsoring a number of critical 2016 fundraising events, as well as donating £100 for every loan taken out this year. The lender of choice will assist the charity group - which offers residential rehabilitation to men and women who are affectedFind out more
We are delighted to announce that the Silkworth Extreme Team Challenge will take place on Saturday 10th September 2016. This is the 3rd year that the charity group has organised this event and this year the number of teams will be increased from 20 to 25. The event is a relay-style sporting event which goes around the coast of the island and consists of 10 different stages including Coasteering, Running, Kayaking, Cycling & Swimming. EachFind out more
We are delighted to announce that the organisers of the LH Fitness Studio White Collar Boxing Event, have chosen Silkworth Charity Group as the charity which they will be supporting at their event on the 09th April 2016 at the Royal Jersey Show Ground. Our CEO, Jason Wyse, will also be participating in this years boxing event to help raise as much as possible for our charity. He said “ I was delighted when we were advised that LH Fitness StudioFind out more
There is an extremely informative and well put together campaign launched in Jersey this week highlighting the dangers of so called “ legal Highs “ or otherwise known as NPS’S ( New Psychoactive Substances ) . This is a severe drug problem which is increasing around the world and causing chaos within communities. Jersey is no different and we too are experiencing the same issues. Following on from the 5 day feature that the Jersey Evening Post hFind out more
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