Helen Swims for the Sea

Sea-Changers supporter, Helen Ketcher is taking to the water to raise money for Sea-Changers. On Sunday 10th July, at Pugney's Country Park in Wakefield, Helen is taking part in the 'Swim for All' event. Helen will be required to swim 500 metres (about 20 lengths of your average pool, but no stopping!) along with up to 1,000 people who will all be raising money for different charities. We’re delighted that Helen chose to support Sea-Changers.

Sea-Changers is very pleased to announce that on the 26th of May we became a registered charity in the UK. This is an important step for us in our development and means that we can now move in the operation stages of our work. Our registered charity number is: 1142119.

On the 19th and 20th of March, family, friends and supporters of Sea-Changers took part in a range of events to raise funds for Sea-Changers start-up costs. Events included: cakes sales, a marathon beach tidy and a sponsored cycle ride. Sea-Changers fans Oliver Young (aged 10) and Henry Young (aged 6) took part in the sponsored cycle event and completed a fantastic 17.5 miles at Pitsford, Northamptonshire. Oliver said afterwards “I really enjoyed the ride but it felt like a long way! I think Sea-Changers is a great idea, Henry added: ”The cycle was brilliant, I’m really proud”

Sea-Changers is very pleased to welcome Tony Tudor to our Board of Trustees. Tony brings a wealth of great experience to the trustee role. Tony worked in the financial services sector in Lloyd's of London, major brokers and regulatory bodies. He also served as a director of various charities and not for profit organisations in the educational field. He holds a BA from Exeter University, an LLB from the University of London and qualified as a barrister. He retired in 2009 and has since acted as a consultant.


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