Saints fan Neil Tucker hosted a coffee morning at the Red V cafe at Langtree Park on Wednesday 23rd September in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support and the Steve Prescott Foundation.

Neil hailed the day as a great success and said.

"In total we raised £400 through the morning. The team at Saints from waiting on staff to executives have been absolutely fantastic. My friend Rowena Thomas baked over 40 Saints cupcakes for the big day.

The Steve Prescott Foundation is really delighted to announce that Rock legend John Parr of St Elmo's Fire fame has composed and recorded a special tribute song called ‘Man of Steel’.

John has been inspired by the story of Steve Prescott's brave fight with cancer and his pioneering multi visceral transplant that Steve endured.

Showcase Darts are hosting a Dinner and Darts Night on Saturday 14th May 2016 at the Holiday Inn, Runcorn, WA7 3HA

Special guests are Bobby George, Wayne Mardle and SPF ambassador Paul Sculthorpe MBE. The MC for the night is Rod Studd of SkySports.

Ticket details can be found at:-  http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/197665

Proceeds from the auction will go to the Steve Prescott Foundation.

Hull FC Fan Andy Johnston got in touch recently. He says:

"Just thought I'd email you a couple of pictures of my beautiful daughter Ava with a present bought for me for Christmas by my wife, a special present. Steve was my idol in a Hull FC shirt from growing up in the later days of the Boulevard to the KC Stadium and in rugby league in general. I will be making sure my daughter is taught about Steve, who he was and what an amazing person he was and what kind of amazing lasting memory he left the world of rugby league."

Thanks Andy for sharing the photos of Ava. Its really good to know the next generation will be aware of the legacy of Steve Prescott thanks to the fantastic support of the rugby league family

Congratulations to Roger Bennett from Hull who managed to complete the Great North Run 13.1 miles in 2hr 15mins.

He has raised £300 for the Steve Prescott Foundation in the process. Roger was a neighbour of Steve and Linzi Prescott in Hull and chose the SPF as Roger was inspired by what Steve did even after his illness took hold.

Leam Fox has kindly organised a match between Widnes All Stars and Halton Simms Cross ARLFC  at Widnes Fellowship Centre, Birchfield Road, Widnes on Sunday 15th November 2015. The match kicks off at 2.15pm.

This will be followed by an evening quiz and Q & A with former Widnes Star Alan Tait.  Funds raised from the day will go to the Steve Prescott Foundation.

Leam says, ' I am a Widnes Vikings supporter and always have been, I even won the Fan of Pride 2014 but I have supported the Steve Prescott Foundation for many years, taking part in several walks and other events. After meeting Steve on the first walk, I found him a huge inspiration and wanted to arrange a game in his memory, in honour of the great charity work he completed himself.'

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On Saturday 19th September Warrington Wolves staged the Team selection process for the Spectrum Kilimanjaro highest game of rugby league world record attempt.

40 Steve Prescott Foundation supporters will fly out on 13th October and start the ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro on the 15th, hoping to reach the summit on 19th October. They will sleep overnight at Crater Camp which will host the World Record Rugby League game at 5780 metres before they start the descent to base camp.

MBS Site Supplies Ltd is delighted to be supporting the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) by offering to donate 2.5% of any sale over £200 (ex VAT) to the SPF.

MBS Site Supplies is an independent builders’ merchant with branches in Warrington and Liverpool. Their core target market is smaller, sub contracting builders who undertake commercial as well as domestic projects.

Saints fan Stuart Almond and friends Chris Taylor and Patrik Aslin cycled from Southport on the west coast to Hornsea on the east coast a total of 335km in just 3 days.
They started their journey on Friday 4th September and reached their destination on the Sunday.

Stuart says, 'I chose the Steve Prescott Foundation as I am a life long Saints fan and was inspired by Steve's book.- what a legend!!'.

The SPF would like to send massive congratulations to Stuart, Chris and Patrik for completing their challenge and thank them for raising a magnificent £860 for their efforts and for raising the awareness of the SPF in the process..

Donations can still be made at:- www.justgiving.com/Stu-Chris-Patrik/

The challenge to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and play the world’s highest game of rugby will start next month to raise funds and awareness of the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF). The group of 40 climbers includes current Salford Red Devils International legend Adrian Morley and former players Lee Briers, Barrie McDermott, Garreth Carvell, Neil Harmon, Chico Jackson, Alan Hunte and Mike Wainwright. Also taking part are Sky Sports Angela Powers, BBC’s Beccy Meehan, Spectrum Group Managing Director Neil Farrow and Harry Potter actor Matt Lewis. The climb will receive extensive media coverage including features on BBC TV and Sky.

Neil Tucker has very kindly offered to raise funds for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) and Macmillan Cancer Support at a Coffee morning to be held on 23rd September in the Red V cafe bar, Langtree Park, St Helens from 10am to 1pm.

Neil is 37 years old and 5 years ago was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin’s lymphoma. After five lots of treatment he was put in remission. Neil says, ‘The thing that kept me going was my odd conversation with Stevie. He always asked how I was and what stage of chemotherapy I was up to. He was the most considerate man I know. Then 6 months ago my cancer comeback, which thankfully now is in remission. I'm sure Stevie was looking over me saying ‘Fight it, I did you can.’ I've just done my first brave thing, the shave for MacMillan which involved shaving my hair, eyebrows and my beard clean off which raised £85. Stevie is my idol and will always be ’

Neil Tucker has very kindly offered to raise funds for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) and Macmillan Cancer Support at a Coffee morning to be held on 23rd September in the Red V cafe bar, Langtree Park, St Helens from 10am to 1pm.

Neil is 37 years old and 5 years ago was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin’s lymphoma. After five lots of treatment he was put in remission. Neil says, ‘The thing that kept me going was my odd conversation with Stevie. He always asked how I was and what stage of chemotherapy I was up to. He was the most considerate man I know. Then 6 months ago my cancer comeback, which thankfully now is in remission. I'm sure Stevie was looking over me saying ‘Fight it, I did you can.’ I've just done my first brave thing, the shave for MacMillan which involved shaving my hair, eyebrows and my beard clean off which raised £85. Stevie is my idol and will always be ’

Neil is organising the sale of homemade cakes and biscuits and hot and cold beverages. There will also be a tombola, prize raffles and lucky dips for the young children.

The proceeds from the coffee morning will be shared between the two charities.

The SPF wants to thank Neil for his kind and generous gesture to raise funds for his chosen charities and wishes Neil good luck with his coffee morning and hope it is a huge success. Please support Neil on the 23rd September.

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