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Share Tom's 30th Birthday Charity Night

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Our Tom enjoying a pint! One Year On...


If you haven’t already heard the news...Elise and one of Tom’s best friends; Richard Patient have been chosen by C.R.Y to run the Virgin London Marathon 2013 on April 21. To help raise the much needed target sum of £3,500 we’ll be hosting a night to remember in Tom’s honor for C.R.Y.


March 1, will always have a special place in the hearts of the family and friends of Thomas Fleetwood but this one would have been an extra special day, Tom’s 30th Birthday.


We couldn’t allow this special day to pass without remembering such a special man. So in Tom’s memory we’ll be hosting a one off Charity Dinner & Dance to help raise the target set for Elise and Rich’s marathon funds.


C.R.Y have provided the much needed support Tom’s wife; Elise has come to rely on since he was taken so suddenly back in October 2011. Not only do they provide the counselling for those families who have been tragically effected by SADS (Sudden Adult Death Syndrome) but they fund much needed research, and vital screening for future prevention. Every penny we can raise will help other families like the Fleetwood’s and possibly help towards saving the life of another young person.


Please join us for a night to remember Tom.


Tickets: £30 per Person.  Price includes a 3 course meal, live entertainment (Soul singer "Douglas Elom" & Duo "Old Hat") plus DJ.

Drinks Reception: 7.00pm

Dinner: 7.30pm


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The Royal Tiger Restaurant
Old Southend Rd
Rettendon Common

Friday, 1 March 2013 at 19:00 (GMT)

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In support of Cardiac Risk In The Young. Fundraising for Elise Fleetwood & Richard Patient's 2013 London Marathon challenge.

Every week in the UK at least 12 apparently fit and healthy young (35 and under) people die of undiagnosed heart conditions. CRY strives to prevent these tragedies and provides support to those affected by young sudden cardiac death.
CRY aims to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death by working with cardiologists and family doctors to establish good practice and appropriate screening facilities to promote and protect the cardiac health of our young.
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A UK Charity raising the awareness of cardiac risk in the young, offering councelling and raising funds for cardiac screening. Charity no.1050845)
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