The Duke of York has reopened the refurbished St Andrews Police Treatment Centre and newly refurbished Duke of York Wing accommodation. The Blue Lamp Foundation gave a £60k grant towards the refurbishment and Chairman Peter Sweeney and Secretary Barbara Allsopp attended the event.
PC Emma Shackell from the Safer Transport Command met up with TV presenter Phillip Schofield, an honorary patron of the Blue Lamp Foundation, in an informal visit to discuss the work of the charity today (20/5/13).
The Blue Lamp Foundation was at Dagenham Football Club yesterday as part of the MET Police Barking and Dagenham Division open day.
It was an opportunity to raise awareness of the work of the Foundation among local residents and well as the three emergency services who were all present.
Our stall was visited by Mayor of Barking and Dagenham Cllr H S Rai and Mayoress Mrs G K Rai. They are pictured here with event organiser PC Richard Wood.
Thank you to everyone who purchased merchandise from us and who gave a donation.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on T2T visit: http://www.tunnel2towersrun.org
The Fenny Stratford Masonic Lodge in Buckinghamshire has chosen The Blue Lamp Foundation as its charity for 2013.