On Saturday 22nd October we will once again come together to commemorate a special life taken far too young, at the Robbie Schofield Charity Dinner 2016, in aid of Brake and Barrett's Oesophagus Campaign.
Robbie was tragically killed in June 2014 on his motorbike on his way to work as a school teacher. He was coming around a right hand bend when the car coming in the opposite direction failed to turn.
We have a great evening lined up, with entertainment from The Retweets, Ayesha and John (an acoustic pairing), a live auction conducted by Charles Hanson, a photobooth, a raffle and much more. Guests will also be treated to a delectable 3 course meal.
Brake are a road safety charity who work tirelessly to provide safer roads, and help to provide support to bereaved or affected families. Every 30 seconds, someone in the world dies in a road accident. This needs to change.
Barrett's Oesophagus is a degenerative condition that is a precursor to oesophageal cancer and a condition Robbie suffered from. Oesophageal cancer is the 6th most prevalent cancer killer worldwide and Barrett's Oesophagus Campaign Campaign work to raise awareness to catch this disease early.
Both work to help save precious, young lives like Robbie's. With your help, we can do this.