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Posted by Sharron Ashurst on 15-05-13 07:51:50 BST


The Blue Lamp Foundation has secured 10 places in this year’s Tunnel 2 Towers event following the success of the first event, which was held last year.  

The event took place in October last year but this year the event has been timed to coincide with the anniversary of the 7/7 bombings in London, seen as a fitting tribute to align London’s terrorist attack with 9/11 in New York with started off the Tunnel 2 Towers event.

We will offer these places on a first come first served basis.  To receive an application form and find out more details, please email: s.ashurst@bluelamp-foundation.org 

For more information on T2T visit: http://www.tunnel2towersrun.org


Fenny Stratford Masonic Lodge selects The Blue Lamp Foundation as its chosen charity

Posted by Sharron Ashurst on 16-04-13 14:34:05 BST

The Fenny Stratford Masonic Lodge in Buckinghamshire has chosen The Blue Lamp Foundation as its charity for 2013.



Back of the net for The Blue Lamp Foundation

Posted by Sharron Ashurst on 09-04-13 10:53:50 BST

Armed with the very best excuse to escape the weekend chores and enjoy a game of 11-a-side on a Saturday afternoon, Enfield B Team took on Hendon CCC in a game which involved pride, bragging rights and most importantly a bit of fun. 



Builders and Bobbies go head-to-head in the name of charity

Posted by Sharron Ashurst on 02-04-13 18:48:53 BST

A huge thank you to the organisers and those who took part in the Builders vs Bobbies Quiz at the Laurie Arms in Hammersmith in March.

The event came about as the builders were working next door to Hammersmith Police Station.

The night raised a grand total of £400 for The Blue Lamp Foundation. Special thanks to The Laurie Arms for hosting the event and to Matthew John who donated a bottle of Sipsmith Gin.

Well done all those involved!

Karen puts her best foot forward

Posted by Sharron Ashurst on 02-04-13 18:03:40 BST

PC Karen Petrie from Royston is putting her best foot forward in a bid to raise funds for PC David Rathband’s Blue Lamp Foundation.