The Henry Allen Trust launches its annual Fireworks Spectacular for the 9th year.Stuart | YLF
Milton Keynes based charity The Henry Allen Trust are delighted to announce their spectacular annual Fireworks event is taking place on Sunday 12th November at the Scots Club, Selbourne Avenue, Bletchley.
Can you help Team Henry raise vital funds to support children, teens, young adults and their families battling childhood cancer and continue Henry’s last wish.
The doors will be open from 4pm and the fireworks display will commence at 6.30pm. Team Henry have announced their will be refreshments, bar, raffle, face painting and fun fair activities.
Entry is only £3 for adults and £2 for children.
Parking is £10 per car with limited availability.
Why not come along and have some fun and help Team Henry light up the sky to remember their superhero Henry.
For more information please visit: www.thehenryallentrust.org.uk
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About the Henry Allen Trust:
The Henry Allen Trust was founded in memory of Henry Allen who lost his battle to STAGE 4 HIGH RISK MYCN AMPLIFIED NEUROBLASTOMA, a childhood cancer in October 2013 to bring ‘happiness’ to children and families battling childhood cancer. Dawn, Mark and everyone involved with the trust have worked tirelessly to ensure no family is alone during their journey.
The Henry Allen Trust is there for these families from initial contact, all the way through the rest of their journey, be it treatment, remission or palliative/end of life care and beyond. The Trust do this by providing treats and wishes, financial assistance and emotional support to the families as well as holding a monthly THAT Support group where families come together to enjoy quality time with each other and share their experiences. The Henry Allen Trust also work with hospitals providing care packs, toys, arts and crafts, ward visits and even specialised equipment.
Every year The Henry Allen Trust hold various events to FUNdraise vital funds to allow the trust to continue its work supporting children, teens, young adults and their families battling childhood cancer.
For more information on The Henry Allen Trust please visit their website, www.thehenryallentrust.org.uk