This is an image of Simon Cowell with Leicester Cobras Wheelchair Basketball Club member George Bates. The event was attended by celebrities and representatives from local charity projects that have been funded by People’s Health Trust. The Trust uses the good causes money to support people in disadvantaged communities to grow up, live, work and age well.

10 April 2013

Chairman Ian Trott, Coach Steve Gill and club members Helen Tolley and George Bates attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s to help celebrate £32 million of new good causes

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10 April 2013

Project Coordinator – Alma Howarth, Play Leader –Susan Coppock and club member Rachel Downey (11) attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s to help celebrate £32 m

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10 April 2013

Banbury WRVS volunteer Avis Gallagher, manager of the WRVS Good Neighbours Service Breda Lamb and Edna Franklin who uses the WRVS service attended The Health Lottery Tea Party at Claridge’s t

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11 March 2013

Gilbertstone Primary School has been singled out for praise after launching a new Let’s Get Cooking club for fathers and sons using money raised by HealthBright through The Health Lottery.

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11 March 2013

Pinfold Primary School in Scarisbrick has been singled out for praise after launching a new Let’s Get Cooking club for fathers and sons using money raised by HealthHeal through The Health Lot

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11 March 2013

South Staffordshire College has been singled out for praise after launching a new Let’s Get Cooking club for young people using money raised by HealthFair through The Health Lottery.

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11 March 2013

Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar Project CIC has been singled out for praise after launching a new Let’s Get Cooking club for young people with and without learning disabilities, using money raised

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