Tuesday 30th September 2014
GREENACRES & JAMM STUDIOS IN MUSIC FUNDRAISIER FOR STEVE PRESCOTT FOUNDATION
On the 7th June 2014 GreenAcres – Rainford held a Music in the Woodland Event in aid of raising money for the Steve Prescott Foundation.
GreenAcres Woodland Burials put together a fundraising event in collaboration with Jamm studios and the Steve Prescott Foundation, in which students Vocals: Ellie Prescott, Acoustic Guitar: Joshua Mimnagh, Lead Guitar: Liam Croft, Bass: Joe Thompson, Keys: Bethany Davidson, Drums: Heath Campbell from Jamm studios composed an original track to coincide with a collage of images portraying the life of Steve Prescott, in addition; local band ‘The Flood,’ singer Gaynor Connor owner of the Rainford charity shop and celebrant Deirdre Brannigan contributed to what was a joyous occasion for all involved.
It resulted in raising £356.23 which was match-funded by GreenAcres – Rainford, raising the overall total to £712.46.
Steve Prescott Foundation Manager Martin Blondel
‘It was a huge honour for the Steve Prescott Foundation to be part of Greenacres Woodlands and Burial Music in the Woodlands event. We would like to thank all the staff at Greenacres along with our friends Jamm Studios for making the day so special. We look forward to working together in the near future, raising funds for those less fortunate than ourselves.’
Jamm Studios Managing Director – Dominic Randolfi
‘Being involved in this event was one of the highlights of our year and especially for the students involved in writing the original song. Well done to GreenAcres on putting together a fantastic event and raising funds for such an amazing charity.’
GreenAcres Rainford – Keely Thompson Marketing & Community Engagement
‘It was a very special event in honour of a truly remarkable man, Steve’s fundraising has, and will continue, to inspire all who are touched by his legacy. A special thanks to all involved.’
(IMAGE: KH-MB-KT) Left to right (Karen Halpin – Park Manager, GreenAcres Rainford, Martin Blondel – Manager, Steve Prescott Foundation, Keely Thompson – Marketing & Community Engagement, GreenAcres – Rainford)
For further information on this press release please contact Keely Thompson – Marketing 01744 649189