Street party

Lose to win – Week 19

It’s been a busy week.  With getting everything sorted for the Street Party

Event photo

bringing my son home from University for the summer and a busy week at work dieting wasn’t really my top priority and was often at the back of my mind.  I’ve had a few minor blips but in the whole I think I’ve managed to be good.

So as I went through to get weighed this morning I was hopeful, though not particularly confident.  And the result is……..

12st 4

I’ve lost another pound and have now lost all the weight I put on a couple of weeks back.  But what it is showing me is that the old myth that the final half stone is the hardest to lose is actually true.

Anyway it’s another £1 for the Charlie Cookson Foundation, hopefully the first of many this week, and another step on the way to reaching my goal of 2 stone by my birthday in August.

If you’re impressed with my success you can add to my £’s for pounds at www.justgiving.com/5iftyby5ifty or to donate by phone text FIFB50 £1 to 70070

And don’t forget if about the Street Party.  Everyone’s welcome and all the money raised will go to the Charlie Cookson Foundation.  You can find out more or let me know you’ll be coming here.

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Bouncing in the North East – or at least in South Shields

Fantastic news on the Greenside Drift Street Party.

The brilliant South Shields based company Bounce North East are supporting the event with a really special deal on a bouncy castle.

Bounce North East

And they’ve promised a Minion will come along too.

Bounce North East photo

I know my Grandchildren will be so excited to meet him so I’m sure other kids will be as well.

So come along on Sunday 12 June, support the Charlie Cookson Foundation and have some fun.

Let us know if you are planning to join us here

If you can’t come to the party but want to help you can donate at www.justgiving.com/5iftyby5ifty or by texting FIFB50 and the amount you want to donate to 70070

Like my Facebook page or follow me on Twitter to get news of the latest updates as soon as they happen

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Street Party countdown

Plans for our Street Party are really starting to come together now.

The Facebook Page is up and running.  The raffle prizes are coming in thick and fast.  And half the leaflets are delivered.

And the best news of the day – Tesco Express Westoe Crown are supporting the event meaning we’ll raise even more money for the Charlie Cookson Foundation.

Watch out for announcements of some very special guests in the next few days.

Event photo

Join the fun and games, celebrate the Queen’s birthday and support this amazing charity.

If you can’t come to the party but want to help you can donate at www.justgiving.com/5iftyby5ifty

See and hear more about the amazing work of the  Charlie Cookson Foundation and families they support from Charlie’s inspirational parents here

 

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