Community Defribrillator Appeal

The Sutcliffe Family were enjoying an afternoon in their Rosegrove Garden when Michael, fell seriously ill.

Jodie, his daughter and a former Lowerhouse CC junior spring into action. Her instincts as a first aid trained nursery practitioner kicked in and she managed to lie her father on the ground in the recovery position with the help of a neighbour

They began CPR and her older brother Ben rang 999. The operator advised they needed a defribrillator and the nearer one was located here Lowerhouse Cricket Club

You can read the Burnley Express Article from 22nd June here

It also made the National Headlines see here in the Mirror

Lockdown Guidelines have made fundraising hard work but a chance meeting on Father’s Day between the family and Secretary Frank Entwistle who enlisted the help of our very own Shelly Heap and set the ball rolling to continue and try to boost the work the family had already undertaken

Jodie’s just giving page in association with Rosegrove Neighbourhood Watch can be accessed here

Well on the way with £2381 of her original target £2500 we aim to smash her target.

This Saturday Lowerhouse entertain Ramsbottom in the Lancashire League.

The family have tickets you can access at the game in return for a donation and in addition at the game our very own Shelly Heap will be asking you to dig deep and buy some raffle tickets at £1.00 a strip.

There are some great prizes including:

  • £100 of love to shop vouchers
  • £50 Corkhouse voucher
  • A meal for 2 illuminati
  • Meal for 2 Inghams diner
  • Edwards Butchers meat voucher
  • £20 pebble picture voucher Enya Gorton
  • 4 hour snooker session for up to 6 people at room 147 with a crate of beer courtesy of Jay Harrington
  • 1hr children party at more than just a princess
  • Avon hamper
  • And many more

Its set to be a fantastic day with Lowerhouse Sponsors MKM Supplies hosting 250 guests and the raffle to take place after close of play.

Our Sponsors on hearing of Jodie’s the fundraising efforts will be presenting a cheque for £500 towards the appeal at the game a fantastic gesture

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