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Victory Wreath

They Did It! Congratulations David and Martin!

A huge congratulations and a massive thank-you to Dave Padfield and his friend Martin for successfully completing their marathon 170 mile cycle ride to raise money for POWER PLEAS.

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Cycling

David and Martin’s Cookes to Cookes Challenge

Dave Padfield and his friend Martin are set to take on a gruelling 170 mile cycle ride to raise money for POWER PLEAS. The pair have accepted the challenge laid down by Graham Cooke to cycle from the Cookes store in Birmingham to the store in Christchurch. They will be setting off at 6:00 a.m. on 12 September and aim to reach Cookes Christchurch store before it closes at 5:30 p.m!

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Just Giving

Oliver’s Trike Appeal – In Loving Memory of Oliver

We are very saddened to report the recent passing of five year old Oliver Tuckwell. Oliver suffered from a rare genetic condition which caused him significant mobility problems. PowerPleas were privileged to have been able to provide Oliver with a specially adapted tricycle which aided his mobility and development.

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Wolves FC

The Third Rachael’s Day

Season ticket holder Tina Lane went along to the Wolves Training Ground to meet some of her idols and to launch the Third Rachael’s Day collection for Wheelchairs and Trikes. Organised by Tettenhall Rotary Club and the Wolves Foundation, the collection will take place before the home match against Cardiff on Saturday 2nd March.

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Raymond's Barbers

Raymond’s Barbers: a cut above for James

The owner of a barber’s shop in Bradmore has taken a snip off his weekly wages to help fund an extra special Christmas present for a boy suffering from a rare chromosome disorder. Matt Wilson, aged 25, from Raymond’s Barbers, decided to donate all his wages from last Friday (November 30th), to help Wolverhampton wheelchair charity POWER PLEAS with their campaign for a new mobility trike for young James Padfield.

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Co-op

Milly and Luke Turn up to Say Thanks

Six year old Milly Pearce and teenager Luke Millington turned up at the massively refurbished Co-op superstore on Warstones Drive to say thank you to the Co-op for supporting the local charity POWER PLEAS that provided them with their mobility aids.

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Fun Run

Trikes for Toddlers

After his very successful 100 mile cycle ride in September 2017, Dave Padfield is going to venture out on what he has described as “possibly the stupidest idea that I have had yet” to support POWER PLEAS. He is taking part in the Sutton Fun Run on Sunday 3rd June 2018, valiantly attempting to push his six year old son James around the 8.5 mile course on the Trike that James received from POWER PLEAS.

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Wolves FC

The Second Rachael’s Day – Thank-you

A big thank you to all the fans who donated money at the Wolves v. Hull City game at the Molineux on Tuesday 3rd April. The collection raised the magnificent total of £2,500. Thank you to all concerned, especially Tettenhall Rotary Club and Wolves Community Trust.

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Wolves FC

The Second Rachael’s Day

The Second Rachael’s Day event takes place on Tuesday 3rd April before the home Wolves game against Hull City. Please look out for the bucket label and help us get a sports wheelchair for Luke.

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Co-op

Milly and Rhys turn up to say thanks – on their trikes!

Five year old Milly Pearce and four year old Rhys Clift turned up at the opening of the massively refurbished Co-op superstore on Warstones Drive, Penn to say thank-you to the Co-op for supporting the local Charity POWER PLEAS that provided them with their trikes. POWER PLEAS has been nominated as one of the local charities to receive funding from the Co-op Local Community Fund that receives 1% of all money that customers spend on own-branded goods from 12 November 2017 until 27 October 2018.

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