Please support Helen Watson’s next ventures – “Claire House Does Strictly” and a cycle ride from Vietnam to Cambodia
23rd January, 2015
Helen Watson, an avid charity fundraiser, is busy preparing for her next two charity challenges, and they couldn’t be much further apart in style.
Always looking for a new challenge, Helen is taking part in Claire House Children’s Hospice’s glittering evening of dance when they stage ‘Claire House Does Strictly’ at The Titanic Hotel in Liverpool on 25 April 2015.
Helen and her fellow competitors have just four months to perfect their moves with their professional dance partners to be in with a chance of winning the coveted crown.
Tickets cost £60 per person and include a two course meal, chocolates and coffee and a fabulous evening of entertainment.
You can support Helen’s dancing challenge by going to www.justgiving.com/Helen-Watson2015
Helen’s second challenge is slightly less glamorous, but just as enjoyable and fulfilling, as she’ll be joining the Women v Cancer Cycle Vietnam to Cambodia, taking place in November 2016.
The gruelling cycle ride takes place from 1 – 12 November 2016 and will see the cyclists undertaking a stunning 450km ride through two of South East Asia’s most fascinating countries.
The challenge starts in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City and finishes at the world heritage site of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Along the way they will experience breath taking scenery, ancient temples and the warmth of the local people.
Helen’s aim is to raise £5000 so if you would like to support Helen with this incredible challenge then please click here www.justgiving.com/Helen-Watson2016
Helen will also be hosting a dazzling black tie ball early next year to fundraise for the cycle ride, and will let everyone know of the details once they’ve been finalised…so watch this space!
For anymore information please contact Helen Watson on 01244 405565 or email [email protected].
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