The Bolton Bulls wheelchair basketball club provides wheelchair basketball to people of all ages, disabilities and gender from all over the North West of England including Bolton, Bury, Blackburn, Wigan and Stockport.
10 Bolton Bulls players and volunteers are collectively walking, running or pushing the Run In The Dark 10km organised by The Mark Pollock Trust.
The event takes place in Salford Quays, Manchester on Wednesday 12th November 2014 at 8pm.
The club needs to raise funds for new equipment, specifically so that we can provide better sports wheelchairs suited to the needs of our players.
Bolton Bulls players Graeme Lambert, Steve Aston, Andy Golightly, Chris Oakes-Courchene, Dan Craddock, Samantha Titterington and Dale Speight will be joined by our friends and volunteers Rachel Oakes-Courchene, Samantha Courchene and Loz Copping who will be coming as Captain Jack Sparrow!
“This is just the start of a big fundraising drive from Bolton Bulls.” said Graeme Lambert, who entered the team into the event, “We will be entering more events like this in the near future as we aim to provide better quality equipment for our existing players, whilst also trying to recruit new players to the club. Entering so many of us into the Run In The Dark just goes to show how strong our team spirit is at the club.”
Bolton Bulls would also like to take this opportunity to thank The Mark Pollock Trust for having us at their event and we’re pleased to support you with this event.
Please visit our JustGiving page for this event here: https://www.justgiving.com/bulls-100km
You can download this press release here: Press Release - Bulls 100km... in the dark!.pdf