Congratulations to Anne Campbell, Peter Russell, Paul Quirk, Rob Quane, Lesley Joyce, Paul Rowley, Angus Alexander and Mike Gardner. They cycled over 900 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats in 10 days from 29th June to 9th July 2017. 'LEJOGgers' turned bloggers each evening - read about their epi
Thrill Seekers Raise over £15,000
Over 150 people took to the skies above Douglas Promenade over the weekend of 6th & 7th May and ziperdeedoodahed 1,000 feet at speeds up to 30 miles per hour along the longest zip wire event ever held in the Island raising a zip-fastic amount for The Children's Centre.
CHARITY FUNDRAISER: On the run Head of The Children’s Centre Charitable Services, Mark Payne is trying to escape to distant shores (Essex!) currently aided by Lisa Motley.
Latest Trustee appointments and retirements
Local independent charity The Children's Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Trustees to the Charity.
Kilmanjaro Climbers double target
They set off in October with the commanding silhouette of Mount Kilimanjaro in their sights and dreams of raising £26,000 for The Children’s Centre. They finished with two phenomenal achievements by reaching the summit and doubling the amount of money they expected to raise.
The Manx flag at top of Kilimanjaro
A close-knit team of fundraisers from the island have returned from an intense but rewarding journey to the summit of Kilimanjaro in aid of The Children's Centre.
Seasonal Appeal Launched to Help Vulnerable Families The Children’s Centre hopes Snowflake Appeal will be widely supported
Triathletes Get Tough for Children’s Centre
Sunday 2nd October saw the sun shining for the third annual Granite Mann – the Island's only off-road, triathlon – pass off with great success.
Blue Peter Crew Visits The Children’s Centre Community Farm
When members of the Blue Peter team visited the Isle of Man in July, they came face to face with some truly special Manx VIPS – Loaghtan sheep! Crew from the children’s BBC TV show were invited along to film at The Community Farm in Kewaigue, where they learned about the ancient breed of sheep a