Spar with a Star

Spar with a Star

Come and train with the 3 time world champion boxer, Duke McKenzie MBE at his new gym in South Croydon and raise money for the Mayor of Croydon’s Charity.

14th March 2020 from 11am until 1pm
Duke box gym, 287 Brighton Road, South Croydon, CR2 6EQ


How does it work?

  • Make your donation to the Mayor’s Charity at the event (cash, cheque or via JustGiving – minimum donation £10)
  • Meet Duke McKenzie MBE
  • Complete a warm-up exercise
  • Do a 3 minute round in the ring with the World Champion

Donate at: https://www.justgiving.com/mayorofcroydon

Choir Concert

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On Wednesday 18th December the Songsations are holding “A Songsational Seasonal Surprise”.

Join them for a Christmas sing-a-long and a mince pie and help raise money for Cruse Croydon and Mind in Croydon.

This will be held at St John The Divine Church Hall, Upper Selsdon Road, CR2 8DD and starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £8/£5 concession (cash only) and under 16’s go free with a paying adult.

Visit songsations.net for more info.

There is still time to book tickets for the West End Gala!

The Mayor of Croydon Councillor Humayun Kabir invites you to join him for a spectacular West End Gala at the Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon, CR9 1DG.

Sunday – 3rd November 6:30 PM

Book tickets here

Performers for the concert already confirmed include Peter Polycarpou (Oklahoma, EVITA, Les Miserables, Eastenders, Birds of a Feather plus many more) and Amy Lennox (currently in Holby City and has starred in Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde and more).

All profits from the West End gala will be going to charity. 75% to the Mayor of Croydon’s Charity fund and 25% to the Boury Academy.

The Mayor has chosen 5 local charities to support, to find out more about these click here

The Boury Academy is a stage school for disadvantaged young people in Lambeth.

Mr Mayor looks forward to seeing you there!

West End Gala

World Mental Health Day 2019 Event and Comedy Night!

For World Mental Health Day on Thursday 10th October 2019, there will be two events at the newly opened Fairfield Halls in Croydon.  Our charity partner, Pension Protection Fund, have kindly done all the organising for both events for which we are extremely grateful. We would also like to thank Croydon Council for their support of this event

Join us to Explore the 5 Ways to Wellbeing

During the day from 12pm until 5pm there will be a huge range of community activities, information stalls, pop-up shop, performances and guests appearances including The Mayor of Croydon.

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Comedy Night

In the evening, there is an 18+ evening of variety comedy to raise funds and awareness for Mind in Croydon.

You can purchase tickets for the price of £10 per ticket HERE 

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Support Our Supporters

Hartley Fowlers Tough Mudder Challenge

Date: 21st September

“Here at Hartley Fowler, we are taking part in Tough Mudder Classic at the London South course, which includes 10 miles of mud and 25 obstacles!

We will be represented by 11 brave participants taking on the challenge to raise money for Mind in Croydon, who work to promote good mental health in the local area.”

Donate via JustGiving here

 

Stuarts 100 Mile Bike Ride

Date: 30th September

Stuart - Banstead Fitness Bike Ride Sep 2019

“Mental health illnesses have become increasingly more recognized recently with it being said that 1 in 4 people will be affected in any given year.

I personally have been affected in more ways than one and so too have many people I know.

It’s so important that the charities involved in helping affected people are supported, so I am looking to do what I can to give something back and help others in similar situations to myself.”

Donate via JustGiving here

 

Louis’s Wimbledon Half Marathon

Louis Brennan fundraiser

Date: 27th October

“I’m running for MIND because mental health needs to be taken as seriously as any other health condition. Thousands of people in the UK alone take their own life every year. THOUSANDS. With the proper funding, awareness and – most importantly – conversation, we can show everyone that asking for help with a mental health issue is no different to asking for antibiotics for an infection.”

Donate via JustGiving here