Loading

Add Attendee

Parental consent

Please note we request only parents/legal guardians responsible for the child/children complete all registration forms. Registration forms completed by any other party will not be accepted. This is to ensure that we have the correct consent/information required

You currently do not have any courses in your basket. Click here to view our Courses.

FOUNDATION OF LIGHT
SOCIAL MEDIA

These players are identified during our Spanish Summer camps with @InglaterraNcasa proceeds from which support… https://t.co/2enPfE1AXj

We've had a great couple of days with our friends from @InglaterraNcasa hosting young Spanish players who got a tas… https://t.co/HPiJ7e1Np1

RT @FoLScholars: PRACTICAL EDUCATION SESSIONS Our @FoLScholars learning the principles of planning and delivering fitness sessions Our O…

My week on Twitter 🎉: 42 Mentions, 941K Mention Reach, 254 Likes, 50 Retweets, 1.94M Retweet Reach. See yours with… https://t.co/zz9OA1kut5

AWARDS READY: @BeaconofLight Duty Managers Steph and Beth all dressed up for the @NECharityAwards where the Beacon… https://t.co/lr5Zz5cvMM

Our coaches are hosting a special Spot-themed training session with local pupils today as part of the… https://t.co/J8SNca0NxP

Welcome to Sunderland Phil! https://t.co/JAFSMs2U3S

Our Durham scholarship programme is having an Open training session for YR11 pupils, Tuesday 29th Oct 9.30-11.30am… https://t.co/Dx3sDVfy72

Team entries for the EFL Utilita Kids Cup #SAFC tournament are OPEN for schools NOW. Dates and how to enter the FRE… https://t.co/3oGK27D167

Our biggest fans this week: SunderlandAFC, RokerReport, Kyle2uMental. Thank you! via https://t.co/dMJ4xp9Yh4 https://t.co/024mzgo00K

Our Durham scholarship programme is having an Open training session for YR11 pupils, Tuesday 29th Oct 9.30-11.30am… https://t.co/9RhiXfnmKR

When you're next in the Beacon of Light why not purchase a raffle ticket from our reception for your chance to win… https://t.co/sLCBCTvjb6

THANK YOU to Easington CofE Primary, Farringdon Academy, Southwick Primary and Easington Colliery Primary who took… https://t.co/8SeXLxgnBo

We are proud to support #RestartAHeartDay and THANK YOU to @NEAmbulance who will be supporting our @PLCommunities p… https://t.co/42VD3OHp6q

Unsure how physical activity can help with #anxiety and #depression? Check the vid to learn more.Get Set To Go with… https://t.co/Uv8x8xuOKT

RT @BeaconofLight: We've won our eighth major award and have been shortlisted for @SunderlandEcho Portfolio awards. @SAFCFoL Chair Sir Bo…

THANK YOU Jim and Nichola from @NPCENGTEAM who delivered a workshop to staff earlier today @BeaconofLight in suppor… https://t.co/SpidkWOWEe

We’re delighted to see our long-standing relationship with Gentoo develop further into a partnership that will impr… https://t.co/AGIgKxrdx2

Eduardo and Koke arriving tonight into @NCLairport from our Spanish summer camp for the English leg of their traini… https://t.co/xmH61QPEmG

RT @FoLScholars: PLAY UNDER THE LIGHTS Delighted to announce our ‘Under the Lights’ U16 Floodlight Cup will be taking place this November…

Special guests announced for Foundations’ Race Day

A host of special guests from the worlds of sport, media and entertainment have been confirmed for Foundation of Light and Sir Bobby Robson Foundation’s Race Day.

On Thursday 19th October Newcastle Racecourse will welcome the return of the annual charity favourite, with North East football legends Steve Harper, Jimmy Montgomery and Kevin Ball alongside George Caulkin from The Times on hand to cast their expert opinions over everything Newcastle United and Sunderland AFC.

The quartet will be joined by stars of the critically acclaimed production The Red Lion, including Stephen Tompkinson, John Bowler and Dean Bone, as well as Newcastle Live Theatre Artistic Director Max Roberts.

We are delighted to welcome such a stellar line up to our annual Race Day.
Every North East football fan knows of Steve, Jimmy, Kevin and George but for our guests to have the chance of meeting a household name such as Stephen Tompkinson takes the Foundations’ Race Day to another level.
The mix of horse racing, football and entertainment ensures there is something for everyone with this year’s event promising to be the most successful yet.

Jemma Garrett, Foundation of Light's Events Manager

Well known for his TV appearances in Ballykissangel, Wild at Heart and as DCI Banks, Stockton-born Tompkinson will talk about his career on stage and screen, as well as his love for the Black Cats and Magpies’ North East rivals, Middlesbrough.

John Bowler started his career in the film Ha’way the Lads playing SAFC footballer Jimmy Seed before featuring in Auf Wiedersehen Pet, The Bill, EastEnders and Coronation Street.

Up and coming actor Dean Bone has had lead roles in plays The Savage and The Terminal Velocity of Snowflakes and recently starred in CBBC’s WolfBlood and crime-drama Vera.

Tickets for the Foundations’ Race Day are available for just £100 (including VAT) per person or £895 (including VAT) for a table of 10. Last year’s Race Day held between the two charities raised over £10,000 to support their work in the region.

Guests will enjoy Premier Admission to the Gosforth Park Suite, a three-course lunch, race card and the chance to win a host of prizes.

The event is supported by Seaham-based Great Annual Savings Group which has helped thousands of companies save money on their running costs.

To book tickets for this event or for further information please call 0191 5515365 or email jemma.garrett@foundationoflight.co.uk.

13 October 2017

Latest Tweet

These players are identified during our Spanish Summer camps with @InglaterraNcasa proceeds from which support… https://t.co/2enPfE1AXj


about 2 hours ago
  • Arriva-Logo-2018
  • barclays-thumb
  • catepillar-logo
  • durham-county-council
  • EFL-Partner-Logo
  • fa-logo
  • karbon-logo
  • livin-logo-2018
  • premier-league-logo
  • Springboard-Logo
  • south-tyneside-thumb
  • SAFC_Grey
  • sunderland-thumb
  • Tesco Bank Logo