London to Brighton 2010

What a great day! Nine of us set off from The Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton to cycle the 47 miles to Brighton on Saturday 19th June.

This year all our young supporters were busy with A Levels or GCSE’s so it was left to our more mature supporters – Adam being the exception!! After a few months of training Jane, Heather and I were still nervous about the distance as the furthest we had managed in training was 24 miles but we did it!!

Everyone was fantastic keeping each other going, Adam, Ian and Mark even managed to cycle up Ditchling Beacon! We were then greeted as we entered Brighton by Chris & Martin Cross and Margaret & Brendan Duddy with a welcomed glass of bubbly – thanks guys!!

A huge thank you to all those who took part – Ian Flight, Chris & Lynne Pressley, Jane Derrik, Heather Aherne, Adam Lynch , Mick Greenwood, Mark Brandon and me! Of course I must not forget our backup team who kept us going throughout the route Paul & Joy Lynch who were in the van and good old Julie Nelson who never lets us down in her car.

Thanks for a brilliant day – looking forward to next year when we should have our youngsters back and some new recruits. Brendan has already signed up and he was sober!!!

The Fashion Show 2010

I would like to say a huge “Thank you” to everyone that came along to our fashion show on 7th May.Our lovely models Ellen, Betty, Louise, Faye and Manlden Parochial’s lovely Enid did a splendid job modelling a selection of the clothes while everyone else sat back with a glass of wine and enjoyed the show.

It then became like the first day of the sales with everyone looking for their ideal outfit! With your help we raised a total of £750.30 so thank you once again. Keep looking for our coming events which are featured on our events page and is being regularly updated.

The Zen Relics Night 2010

Another great night of music and dancing was held at wangas on Saturday 27th March. The Zen Relics played all the great hits from the 60’s and 70’s the place was rocking!

Thank you to everyone that supported us, together we raised £773 which is absolutely fantastic.

We would like to say a huge thank you to the band who gave up their time to play for us and who made the evening so great. This is the second time they have played for us and we really appreciate their support.

Check out their website for more information.

Walk For Emma 2010

Thank you to everyone who walked 4 emma on Sunday 21st March.

We had a great day, there was a great atmosphere the sun was shining and we had over 100 people participate.

For those of you who didn’t get sponsor forms you can download them from the website or set up a justgiving page titled “walk4emma”.

Sponsor money can be handed into our school/college reps listed below or sent to us by post.

Rosebery – Laura Nelson,  Chloe Brandon or hand into the office

Epsom & Ewell – Siobhan Stanley

Bleinham – Mrs Nelson or Mrs Blok

Reigate College – Ellen Aherne, Betty Blok or Louise Derrick

Esher College – Izzy Brinsden

Don’t forget to collect your money after all your efforts!!

Hoebridge Golf Day 2009

Hoebridge Golf

Following our successful golf day on 23rd September Hoebridge Golf Club in Woking very kindly held a charity day on our behalf.

Sunday 6th December started very wet with torrential rain falling on our way there, but by the time everyone was due to tee cheap jerseys off at 10.00 a.m the sun began to shine. Some of the Army girls were able to join us to charm some money out of the golfers to take part in nearest en the pin das on four of to the holes, and we had a few new recruits for the day. So thank you Joy Lynch, Julie Nelson, Chloe Brandon, Yssy Haeffele and of course Laura Nelson and Izzy Brinsden, Thank you girls I know it was cold at wholesale nfl jerseys times. Two very kind golfers even gave up their coats for Izzy and Laura to wear!

The day was a huge success and on behalf of Emma’s Bubble Trust I would like to thank Adrian Wratting wholesale nfl jerseys and Laurence Pawley for organising such a kvinne?ret: great day and to all the Hoebridge golfers Hollyoaks who played and gave so generously, raising £2500. We are extremely grateful.

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Hollyoaks Invasion


That’s right… Emma’s Army successfully took over the Hollyoaks set for the day getting deep down and personal with the cast!

After an incredibly early start for all (4.30am for most!) Emma’s Army (Betty, Charlotte, Chloe, Ellen, Izzy, Laura, Louise and Sophie) found themselves at Euston station to board a train bound for Liverpool, the home of the Hollyoaks set.

Little did James the girls know that they would be tailed for the day by both the Emma’s Army Camera Crew and GMTV, which bought both great excitement and nervousness all in one! After a briefing of the day ahead it wasn’t long before the train arrived in AngularJS,自定义filter实现文字和拼音的双过滤 Liverpool and the Hollyoaks set was Of ready to be attacked.

Upon arrival the set where the Army were greeted by Vicky, the Hollyoaks Publicist, they were wisked away to the Dog and Duck set to meet Rhys Ashworth, played by actor Andrew Moss, who quickly calmed the nerves and made cheap NFL jerseys everyone feel at
home. The creative concept for Rhys came from Betty, who wanted to share a wholesale NFL jerseys moment by offering a piece of chocolate for that Moment that Matters. Some fantastic acting from both parties created a great bit of footage that will be online soon!

Lunch came next mai courteousy of Lime Pictures (the Hollyoaks production team), where unexpectedly the Army managed to meet a large number of the cast. Charlotte and Sophie actually sat down to lunch with Ravvi and Anita, with an unsuspecting Ravvi phoning Charlotte’s sister Lauren to have a chat which primarily consisted of a lot of screams. Lynn Brandons fave of the show Tony then made an appearance and was more than willing to show some support posing for photo’s with everyone, before having to disappear to shoot a scene. Luckily cameraman Adam’s dream also came true when, as if by magic Hannah, played by Emma Rigby, walked into the canteen and was insistant on having photo’s taken and finding out about Emma’s Bubble Trust.

Fully refreshed from lunch, the Army marched into Hollyoaks village, where short interviews with the GMTV camera crew took place for Fridays show. A short wait took place before Calvin Valentine, played by Ricky Whittle and known as ‘the one that everyone fancies’, entered the scene and all of the girls hearts melted. A really nice guy, who was more than willing to soak up all of the girls banter. He even got his ‘washboard’ stomach out and allowed Charlotte to salivate, while writing the EMMA slogan on his chest. Ladies watch out for the video on this, it will make you all amazingly jealous! Ricky continued to show the Army around the set, giving a sneek peek inside a recently refurbished Halloween themed LOFT wholesale MLB jerseys club, before eventually saying his goodbyes and signing autographs for all the girls.

After a quick relocation to the McQueen’s house, Josh and Archie, played by Sonny Flood and Stephen Beard, came and introduced themselves, participating in some filming before having to disappear for more pressing Hollyoaks tasks. Jake (he’s back!) and Spencer, played by Kevin Sacre and Darren Langford, did some more filming, joining in a fantastic little scene where everyone gets a hug. Darren really upped the game wholesale NFL jerseys with some fantastic in-role acting, which you will all just have to wait and see!

The day was slowly coming to a close and after some short stints of yet more filming, it was unfortunately time to leave. Laura was a little upset that she hadn’t got to meet her beau Zak, but as if by some sort of miracle Kent Riley, the actor who plays him, came wandering down the stairs and Laura’s day had been made. It was a fantastic end to an amazing day for all!

The Army would like to thank all of the cast, crew and people who made the day take place. As we get the video footage edited it will slowly start to appear online so watch this space. A big thanks must go out to Vicky who looked after the Army all day, it Fireworks really is appreciated End to know that we were in the hands of someone so great.

On one last note remember Every Moment Matters Always, that statement was certainly proved today.