Cando’s What’s On Guide

10 July 2019 CandoFM News What’s On Guide

There’s loads going on check this out….

20Jul – Classic, vintage, prestige and interesting vehicles will be on show in Barrow town centre between 10am and 3.30pm on Saturday 20th July. See them on Dalton Rd and Portland Walk as well as special vehicles and attractions on the Town Square. festivaloftransport

27-28 Jul Oxen Park Life 
To help celebrate Leighann’s (owner of Manor House) 40th and Tom Watson’s 70th they would like to invite you to their North West Air Ambulance charity music festival.
Oxen Park Life a music festival for all ages! 
There will be beer tent, amazing bands, cocktail tent, food stalls (meat and veg) crepes, ice cream van, cheese stall, craft, facepaint, auction, fire works and many more.
It’s a ticketed event for anyone wanting to come along and enjoy the day.
Tickets are £10 per person + £5 for tent pitching and £10 for campervans, under 11s are free. (Tickets now available) campervans must pre book. 
Capacity for this event is 500 so even if your not interested please could you share this post.
#OXENPARKLIFE more info coming soon!

10Aug – Furness Model Railway Open Day and Fundraiser 10am-4pm Barrow Park Track LA13 9BJ. Proceeds donated to FGH Oncology Unit in memory of Sally Fuller and Ronald McDonald Houses in memory of Eric Pearce.

16Aug– 🏏CHARITY CRICKET🏏That time of the year again guys Barrow Raiders are teaming up with (well trying to beat them this year) Bluebirds Trust!!We are holding a charity cricket Match 6pm Furness Cricket Club hopefully followed by a Charity Night!!!  We are looking for some players to play on behalf of BARROW RAIDERS!!!

17Aug– Dalton and District Horticultural Show at Charnleys. https://www.facebook.com/events/1540354892765999/?ti=ia

29Aug – well Meet Again at The Forum https://www.facebook.com/events/2426076724377375/?ti=ia

31Aug – Furness Abbey Medieval Fair 10am-5pm lots of favourites turning and new activities and displays too. A great day for the family, living history, refreshments, artisans and craft stalls and much more! https://www.facebook.com/events/388861591873538/?ti=ia

31Aug – Island earns £4k boostMORE than £4,000 has been raised so far this summer by community events on Barrow Island. Barrow Island Community and Sports Trust Ltd organised junior rugby and football tournaments on June 22 and 23 and a dance gala on June 30. Each was a major success, with visitors able to park on the BAE Systems Calibration Lab car park after a special arrangement with the Company. The money raised will help keep costs down for groups using the Cavendish Park facility on Barrow Island.The next fundraiser will be the Fudstock music event on 31 August from 12-midday to 9pm. Visit www.fudstock.co.uk for information and tickets.

4Sep – The Lady Boys of Bangkok Greatest Showgirls Tour at the Forum

6Sep – Mowtown How Sweet it is at the Forum

7Sep – The All Stars Comedy Show at the Forum

13Sep – The Manfreds at the Forum

27Sep– Barrow Girls Grammar School Class of 1979 – year 5 leavers at Dunes Hotel Barrow.  Please contact via Friends of Barrow Girls Grammar School group on Facebook or Elena Derry on Facebook messenger

2 Oct – Lego Fire Walk for teenage Cancer Trust – Youthability Leonard Cheshire  !!SPONSORED LEGO WALK !!
Although we are a charity our self we are outward looking and also like to support other local causes. Early in the year the community joined us in a sponsored walk for Emily. 
We have decided that we will be organising another sponsored event in October for the Teenage Cancer Trust. We have decided to pick this amazing charity as one of our members sister benefited from their support. 
Below is a short statement why we are raising money for this charity. 
The sponsored event will be a LEGO FIRE WALK 
Sponsorship forms will be available next week and we hope that as many people from the wider community will also take part“Leigh Ann has had a benign brain tumour for about 5 years now and has had two major operations. she recently had proton therapy at Christie’s Manchester and spent 8 weeks there, she is doing fine. whilst there the teenage Cancer trust were amazing even though she hasn’t got cancer. everybody having proton beam therapy and or chemotherapy got there help. they supported Leigh Ann with emotional help dealing with it, and with practical help also they put lots of activities on including dominoes pizza nights once a week where she met teenagers going through the same treatment which really helped her, they also. took her tree top trekking in Heaton Park , and to a escape room in Manchester. the also help her and others to put a party on for the toddlers going the cancer treatment. in short they made what was a really bad time quite pleasant they were amazing.”
Sponsor sheets available from the Centre, Places can be booked on link below