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Neil Tucker from St Helens is a Hodgkins lymphoma cancer survivor who is going the extra mile to raise awareness and funds for the SPF. He has arranged a shave day where he will have a shave of his full face and waxing of his body at Langtree Park, St Helens on 8th June at 2 pm.

St Helens Council has been successful in their application to take part in the prestigious 6 a side O2Biz Touch Rugby Challenge 2016 at Twickenham on 12th May.

This year O2 Business UK will be raising funds for the NSPCC but they invite participating teams to nominate their own charity for their fund raising. A total of just 24 teams are chosen from nominations from across the country and undertake a commitment to raise a minimum of £3000. St Helens Council has very kindly nominated the Steve Prescott Foundation as their chosen charity.

In August 2015 Bradford Bulls supporters Ben Moorhouse (33) and Gaynor Thompson (35) walked the full east coast of Rhodes in 3 stages in intense temperatures of between 40 and 50C. Nearly everyone on the island said it was impossible to do the walk and with many doubters in the UK Ben and Gaynor wanted to prove a point whilst raising funds for The Steve Prescott Foundation. The couple used Steve Prescott’s belief  “What the mind believes,  the body achieves " throughout the challenge. They were officially the first people to walk the east coast in 3 days in the August heat and were rewarded by a civic reception at the town hall in Rhodes.  Ben and Gaynor raised an incredible £2417.52 for the Steve Prescott Foundation and spread the word of the SPF to a different country and culture.

The Steve Prescott Foundation has changed the date of Its a Knockout to Sunday 12th June 2016.

The decision has been made following the announcement that the Ladbrokes 3rd round Challenge Cup fixture between St Helens and Hull FC at Langtree Park has been selected to be televised by the BBC on Sunday 8th May at 1630.

Due to this clash of dates several organisers and participants would be affected so a new date was agreed by all parties. All existing entries will be carried forward to the new date.

On the 3rd April 2015, we both fly out to Morocco to take on 'the worlds toughest footrace' !! It consists of 152 miles of running in 6 days (which includes a day off!), across the Sahara Desert. We will be fully self-sufficient for the 6 days, carrying everything we need including 6 days food, sleeping bags, medical equipment..etc, in temperatures of 50*c+ !!

We are doing this for the Steve Prescott Foundation, in memory of our good friend Steve Prescott MBE. Precky always lived by the saying 'the body achieves what the mind believes'...and what better way to prove this than in one of the most brutal of challenges...pushing our bodies (& minds!) to the limit...but if one man can inspire us to do this, it is Steve. Unfortunately Steve passed away in November 2013 after major transplant surgery, but inspired so many people in his 39 years, and continues to do so through his foundation.

Mark Milsom, a lifelong Wakefield Trinity Wildcats nut, is being inspired by Steve Prescott’s incredible feats and now has a challenge of his own.

Mark, 54, who lives in Beverley, has not even sat on a road bike for over 40 years, and has only owned his own bike for the last 6 weeks! Mark and fellow Altisidora employee Sam Latham, and his father Tony, are joining Mark as they travel from the KC Stadium Hull leaving on 29th April then on to Belle Vue, Wakefield and aim to arrive at Langtree Park on Friday 1st May for the Super League clash between Saints and Wakefield to enjoy the game....hopefully! They will visit all three of Steve's Super League clubs.

Friday 29th May 2015 - Eccleston Park Golf Club.

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12 hour tennis-a-thon in aid of the steve prescott foundation

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The Challenge: To swim 5k (or 200 lengths) in three hours.

Pete’s swimming blog – Part one....  

As this is my first blog, I’d better give you a quick rundown of who I am, and why I’m doing this challenge.

Gala Dinner in aid of the Steve Prescott Foundation

For details and to buy tickets please go to: Engagepresenters.co.uk


Mark Milsom, a lifelong Wakefield Trinity Wildcats nut, is being inspired by Steve Prescott’s incredible feats and now has a challenge of his own.

Mark, 54, who lives in Beverley, has not even sat on a road bike for over 40 years, and has only owned his own bike for the last 6 weeks! Mark and fellow Altisidora employee Sam Latham, and his father Tony, are joining Mark as they travel from the KC Stadium Hull leaving on 29th April then on to Belle Vue, Wakefield and aim to arrive at Langtree Park on Friday 1st May for the Super League clash between Saints and Wakefield to enjoy the game....hopefully! They will visit all three of Steve's Super League clubs.

On 13th and 14th June the Steve Prescott Foundation will be taking up their latest challenge, cycling from Arighi Bianchi in Macclesfield to the famous Cat & Fiddle pub in Buxton 22 times, equivalent to cycling the distance to the summit of Everest.

As a comparison with the 2014 Tour De Yorkshire which was 225 miles over 2 days equivalent to approximately 19,000 feet of climbing. The Arighi Bianchi Everest Challenge is 336 miles over 2 days equivalent to approximately 29,000 feet of climbing.

Supported by Hope Construction and Arighi Bianchi, this latest challenge is in true Steve Prescott style and is led by Steve’s brother Neil, former St Helens RFC player and current GB Duathlete Steve Hall and the inspirational cancer survivor Karen Jarvis.

Here is Karen’s incredible story:-

The Steve Prescott Foundation are pleased to announce fantastic entertainment throughout the afternoon for the Irn Bru Taylor Park Challenge taking place on Saturday 2nd May.

Jamm Studios will provide a musical showcase promoting the best local bands and performers within the Borough.

Reefs Reptiles will provide a fun, educational service, involving reptiles and various invertebrates, to children and adults alike.

In addition to the above their will be Silcocks Funfair, Spider Mountain, Gran Turismo & Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting for public use.

Mike Denning Chairman of The Steve Prescott Foundation "This was Steve's favourite event of the year. The weather forecast looks fine, we will have a great day that brings the St Helens community together. We would like to thank the Rangers at Taylor Park, Irn Bru, St Helens Council, NSG Europe, Jamm Studios, Reef Reptiles and all the volunteers for making the day possible."

10 Teams will battle it out for the coveted Irn Bru Taylor Park Challenge Crown. They will take part in five events including Dragon Boating, Be Inspired Bubble Football, Foam Party Treasure Hunt, Cardio Wall & Fitlight Trainer.

Former Saints and GB Rugby League captain,Paul Sculthorpe MBE and Nick Wilkinson have just completed an epic challenge and raised an amazing £20,000 in aid of the Steve Prescott Foundation. Scully and Nick completed the six day Marathon des Sables by completing 6 marathons covering 152 miles in scorching conditions of the Sahara Desert. It is considered to be the toughest footrace on earth.

On the 3rd April 2015, we both fly out to Morocco to take on 'the worlds toughest footrace' !! It consists of 152 miles of running in 6 days (which includes a day off!), across the Sahara Desert. We will be fully self-sufficient for the 6 days, carrying everything we need including 6 days food, sleeping bags, medical equipment..etc, in temperatures of 50*c+ !!

We are doing this for the Steve Prescott Foundation, in memory of our good friend Steve Prescott MBE. Precky always lived by the saying 'the body achieves what the mind believes'...and what better way to prove this than in one of the most brutal of challenges...pushing our bodies (& minds!) to the limit...but if one man can inspire us to do this, it is Steve. Unfortunately Steve passed away in November 2013 after major transplant surgery, but inspired so many people in his 39 years, and continues to do so through his foundation.

St Helens take on Hull FC on Monday 5th April in the Easter Monday fixture kick off 1500.

The teams will contest the first leg of the annual Steve Prescott Cup, the return fixture being on 22nd May. This is the second year of the competition and eagerly anticipated by both clubs, the Prescott family and the Steve Prescott Foundation. Saints are the current holders of the cup winning 46 - 41 on aggregate in 2014.

Preparation for the Askvas Walk for Precky in association with Container Cabins is nearing completion. The walkers are in training for this gruelling challenge as they prepare for sore feet, sore legs, blisters and extreme fatigue.   This incredible challenge is in memory of Steve Prescott MBE, a truly inspirational person whose legacy will continue through the Steve Prescott Foundation a registered charity which supports the Christie Hospital, the Rugby League Benevolent Fund and the Oxford Intestinal Transplant Unit.

Saints star Sia Soliola who has the most famous bonnet in Superleague is going to have his head shaved on 3rd May at the fifth annual Irn Bru Taylor Park Challenge.

The Challenge: To swim 5k (or 200 lengths) in three hours.

Pete’s swimming blog – Part one....  

As this is my first blog, I’d better give you a quick rundown of who I am, and why I’m doing this challenge.

Man City urge fans to support Mark Halsey's Epic walk for cancer charity.

Thank you to Bury Football Club for supporting the Askvas Walk for Precky in association with Container Cabins.

It is hardly the life of Riley - a fun runner having to go through the pain barrier every few weeks as part of a non-stop charity challenge.

But BBC Five live sports reporter George Riley is prepared to put in the hard yards and go that extra distance in memory of Rugby League player Steve Prescott.

We are delighted to announce that Cornish Rebels RLFC will be the host club for this years South West Premier League's annual curtain-raiser the South West 9's.

The tournament will take place on Sunday 4th May, one day before renowned Rugby League charity the Steve Prescott Foundation embark upon their 'ASKVAS Walk for Precky in association with Container Cabins' from Lands End to John O'Groats. An 8 strong team will split into two teams of four and walk eight hours on, and eight hours off consecutively. As a mark of respect for the great Steve Prescott, A Rugby League legend who died tragically in November last year after beating Cancer but could not overcome a Graft versus Host disease, the South West Premier League has decided to rename the tournament 'The Steve Prescott Foundation South West 9's' for 2014, with clubs entering from all over the South West competing for the all-new Steve Prescott Cup.

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Askvas Walk for Precky

In association with Container Cabins

Fans chance to walk the walk on May 9th

Former Rugby League stars Lee Briers, Tommy Martyn and Paul Sculthorpe, retired FIFA referee and cancer survivor Mark Halsey, State of Mind Trustee Phil Cooper, Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) committee chairman Mike Denning and committee member Adrian Cunliffe are taking part in this exciting challenge to raise funds for the Steve Prescott Foundation. Inspirational ex rugby league player Jimmy Gittins who broke his neck playing rugby league and is now paraplegic as a result will take part in a specially designed hand cycle.

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