Local Boxer fighting for local Childrens Cancer Charity

Local boxer Lee Strutt took part in the Hard Hitters Boxing Tournament; the event raising money for the boxing club development .
The main event and last fight of the night was between Lee Strutt and David Williams , both fighters kindly donated all personal money they raised from ticket sales to the Alfie Gough Trust.  Lee also raised money as sponsorship and in total just under £600 was raised and donated to the charity.
 A fabulous display of Boxing from Lee brought the bout to an end as his opponent was unable to continue after the 2nd round. This was Lee’s 6th fight and with the support of the 300 strong crowd it took him to his first ever win.
A really succesful night of 10 bouts of boxing organised by Anthony Hill of O’neils Boxing Gym Margate and Malawai Nijar of Pej Court Lettings.
The Alfie Gough Trust would like to thank the brave fighters for their gesture of kindness and support to the charity.

Sainsburys Broadstairs Chosen Charity

Raised: £1200 – 2012/2013

The Alfie Gough Trust was nominated as Sainsburys Broadstairs charity.
During this time Sainsburys held many fund raising events in store.

The Alfie Gough Trust Would like to thank staff and customers for all the support given during this time and for the massive donation received.

Bush Tucker Trial 2013

Raised: £556.00
Alfie’s local fish bar was offering customers again this year a taste of the outback alongside its’ main menu to raise funds for The Alfie Gough Trust.This was inspired by the reality TV show ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’.
Newington fish bar in Ramsgate was serving up a feast of exotic delicacies.
Dishes of the day included deep fried kangaroo testicles, vomit fruit witchetty grubs and fermented eggs. Thanks to the generous contributions of their fearless customers!

Christmas Raffle Asda 2013‏

Alfie’s Trust and ASDA partnering again for the 4th year to raise money to purchase toys for the Oncology wards at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Over 4 days, fund-raisers of the Alfie Gough Trust and support from the Cinderella cast sold an impressive 1300 tickets to shoppers at ASDA’s Broadstairs. All proceeds raised were spent on Christmas presents for the Children who were spending Christmas day on the Elephant and Lion ward.

4 years ago Sarah Gough, Alfie’s Mum approached ASDA for a donation towards the purchase of Toys and working with ASDA’s Community involvement local lead Kay Smith of ASDA they came up with the idea that ASDA will donate a Television to be raffled in the store.
This year Ryan Day who is now the lead at Asda Broadstairs came up with the idea of donating an Ipad. Shoppers flocked to purchase raffle tickets and the response was overwhelming as always showing that the Christmas spirit is really alive in Broadstairs.

Dean Gough, Alfie’s Father said “After spending Christmas as a family on the ward in 2009 with Alfie we unfortunately learned first hand that this was to be our last Christmas together. We are well aware that many more families will be faced with this situation. This inspired us to dedicate one of the charity objectives to ensure that every Christmas is extra special for those on the ward. With support from companies like ASDA it only requires our time to make this a successful annual event. We will continue to do this every year and Thank you to all those people who took the time to come and speak with us and purchase tickets from us over the weekend.”

Christmas Market at The Oak Hotel, Ramsgate

Alfie GoughRaised: £297.26
The Alfie Gough Trust would like to thank all the staff at the Royal Oak hotel for there support, and all stall holders who attended the event. This was a great success and we look forward to another Christmas market next year.

Margate to Brighton and Back Cycle Trip

Alfie GoughRaised: £265.00
The Alfie Gough Trust would like to Thank Aaron who took himself and his bike on a round trip from Margate Clock Tower to Brighton, being sponsored by friends and family.
Click below to read about Aaron’s journey:
pdf Aaron’s Bike Ride to Brighton and Back

Well Done Aaron and thank you for supporting The Alfie Gough Trust.

Westwood Cross Awareness Weekend

Raised: £561.93
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The Alfie Gough Trust team were at Westwood Cross in Broadstairs, Kent. This year we had some friends join us, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Peppa Pig just to name a few. We had great fun and raised a wonderful amount of money!

The Charity attends Westwood cross one weekend a year and receives such a great welcome from staff and shoppers. We use our two days at Westwood cross to make awareness of children suffering from cancer and how nutrition is a very important part in keeping the children strong throughout chemotherapy.
Moneys raised will go towards supporting our children in nutrition.
The Alfie Gough Trust would like to Thank All of Westwood cross staff and shoppers for all their continued support.

Brighton Colour Run and Parachute Jump

Raised over £200.00 – August 12th & September 14th, 2013

The Alfie Gough Trust would like to thank Catryn Beynon, Andy Nichol and Bex George who ran the 5k Colour Run in Brighton. They also took part in a parachute jump.

G Casino Charity Poker Tournament

Raised: £1,119.32

The Alfie Gough trust teamed up with G Casino for a charity poker tournament.

Over 68 poker players took part for the tournament.
Throughout the evening fundraising from cup cakes and a raffle for a signed football shirt. During the breaks the players had a chance to play some fast face up poker hands as well as spin the wheel to win casino prizes.

The tournament continued in to the early hours with three finalists choosing to split the final prize money between them. One of the runners up donated the winnings to the charity and combined with the money raised from the entrants a staggering amount was raised for the charity.

The poker players of the casino enjoyed the night and the good turn out for the tournament.

We would like to thank G Casino for the support in making this a success and we look forward to another event like this in the future.

Supermarket Sing-Along 2013

Raised: £506.63
Entertainment was provided by Jerrys Entertainment and the charity events team joined Asda staff and customers for a fun afternoon of karaoke outside the store.
Shoppers made donations to sing and all had a lot of fun at the store. This was the 4th year we have held this with ASDA and is always a lot of fun and we would like to thank the ASDA customers for another successful year.