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Steve Prescott Foundation donate £40,000 to the Rugby Football League Benevolent Fund

Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) Trustees will present a magnificent £40k cheque to the Rugby Football League (RFL) Benevolent Fund at the annual RFL Presidents Ball to be held at the Queens Hotel, Leeds on Saturday 11th January.

Taylor Prescott follows his father’s footsteps!

Ten years ago Steve Prescott MBE was given the honour of delivering the match ball to Wembley Stadium for the Challenge Cup Final between Huddersfield Giants and Warrington Wolves – after a typically gruelling challenge taking him and a group of like-minded heroes overland from Perpignan in the south of France, as part of his awe-inspiring efforts to raise money for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF).

Now in the summer of 2019, his 17-year-old son Taylor is ready to lead a repeat mission.

The Accord Legal Services World Record Attempt

On Saturday 3rd August at Thatto Heath Crusaders, St Helens, The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) will once again attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records by completing the most consecutive amount of Rugby Passes which currently stands at 280.

The Accord Legal Services World Record Attempt to make the most consecutive passes is a FUNdraising event for SPF and Thatto Heath Chairman Mike Denning and his friend Paul Pugh who will be taking part in the 10 year anniversary of Challenge Wembley this August.

Pete & Jimmy ride again!

It’s been decade since Pete Stephenson and Jimmy Gittins took part in the original SPF challenge when Steve Prescott led a group of ex-rugby league players and supporters on a cycle ride from Perpignan to Wembley in aid of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and the RFL Benevolent Fund. Now, in the anniversary year of that epic trip, they’re ready to do it all again and take part in Challenge Wembley.

GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k run 2019 great success

GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k run 2019 was a great success despite appalling weather conditions

The 9th annual GPW Recruitment St Helens 10k run took place on Sunday 10th March despite appalling weather conditions. The 10k run is organised by the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) in association with principal sponsor GPW Recruitment and it was a real privilege to welcome the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu and his entourage to the event. The Archbishop of York gave all the runners a special Blessing before the event and was present to start the race. The Mayor of St Helens Cllr Pat Ireland and Mayoress Lynne Glover were also on hand to start the race of 1699 runners from the Totally Wicked Stadium amid cold driving rain and strong winds.