Fancy coming to watch Barrons alongside a host of other business raise money for Havens Hospices?
Barclays v Southend Business Professionals Charity football match – Thursday 16th May 2019, gates open at 17:30
Local businesses come together in support of Havens Hospices to raise much needed funds. Please come and support on the night by cheering on your chosen team and take part in activities including:
Ex Blues players will be providing their support on the night
Donation entry on the Gate. All monies raised will be in support of Little Havens and Fair Havens. Food & drinks will be available in the stadium. We do hope you can join us and support us in making the evening a great success.
Congratulations to Gary Raven, Richard Mumford, Jason Michelow, Russell Tillbrook and Jenny Miller for supporting the Charity Quiz last week in aid of the Centre Supporting Voluntary Action. The final amount raised was £1,648.65 and this will be matched £ for £ by Barclays, bringing the total amount raised to £3,297.30.
Barrons Chartered Accountants, alongside Wilkins Kennedy, Paul Robinson, BTMK, Rickard Keen, Ayres & Cruiks and MWS are set to play their second charity football match against Barclays in support of Havens Hospices.
The professional team will be managed by Adam Barrett current Southend United Player. The Barclays will by managed by Steve Tilson Ex Southend Player and Manager.
The match kicks off at Roots Hall Stadium, Victoria Avenue, Thursday 21st May 2015, gates open at 18:00.
For the 2nd year running local businesses come together in support of Havens Hospices to raise much-needed funds. Please come and support on the night by cheering on your chosen team and take part in activities including:
Have your photograph taken with the Barclays Premier League Trophy, £5 per photo
Childrens’ Half Time Penalty Shoot Out, £5 entry (First prize – a day with Southend United at the training ground)
Winners from each side will get the chance to train with Southend United
Ex Blues greats David Crown, Steve Tilson, Danny Greaves and others providing their support on the night Donation entry on the Gate. All monies raised will be in support of Little Havens and Fair Havens.
Donation entry on the Gate with all money raised in support of Little Havens and Fair Havens
Food & drinks will be available in the stadium.
Auction & Raffle
Dinner with Jimmy Greaves at our Fine Dining Suite in Canary Wharf (6 places) (care Danny Greaves)
4 Ball at the Grove
Weekend Break for 2 in Barcelona
Many others…fantastic auction and raffle prises
Havens Hospices have been granted planning permission to build a brand new purpose built adult hospice in Southend on Sea. The hospice will have 16 bedrooms and will have facilities to provide chemotherapy and blood transfusions. There will also be an area in the hospice for young adults. This will especially benefit those that have reached the age of 19 and are no longer to attend Little Havens. The new hospice however will cost £16 million to build.
£15,000 was raised last year with the aim to raise £20,000 this year.
We do hope you can join us and support us in making the evening a great success.
During the month of November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of mens’ faces in the UK and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital funds and awareness for mens’ health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.
On Movember 1st, those guys registered at Movember.com start the month with a clean-shaven face and then for the rest of the month, these selfless and generous men, known as Mo Bros, groom, trim and wax their way into the annals of fine moustachery, raising funds by seeking sponsorship for their Mo-growing efforts. This year Barrons are proud to announce that they too have a team of Mo Bros consisting of Richard Mumford, Russell Tillbrook, Jason Michelow, Martin Beales, Sean Tierney and Lee Styles
The Mo Team
Mo Bros effectively become walking, talking billboards for the 30 days of November and through their actions and words raise awareness by prompting private and public conversation around the often ignored issue of men’s health. Being one of the busiest times of the year for meetings in the lead up to Self-assessment, we thought it would be the ideal opportunity to promote this charity event.