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  • 1. www.stainland-sticklers.com
    Six different challenges for six different charities by six volunteers.
    The Plan
  • 2. Contents
    Contact Details3
    The Sticklers (Profiles)4-6
    The Charities7
    The Challenges7
    Challenge Locations8
    Advance Support, Sponsorship. Donations, Advertising & Marketing9
    7(a) Advance Financial & Other Support10
    Events & Celebrities11
    How to give Advance Support, Donate and/or Sponsor the
    StainlandSticklers and its Chosen charities11
    10) Gallery12
  • 3. 1) Introduction
    Stainland is a village in Calderdale, West Yorkshire, England, some 4 miles south of Halifax, 4.5 miles north-west of Huddersfield and 2 miles west of Elland. All members of the Stainland Sticklers reside in the village.
    Definition of Stickler (noun): a person who insists on something unyieldingly

    This document outlines the details of the charities chosen so far, details of each Group member, the challenges chosen so far, the amounts to be ideally to be raised through sponsorship and how to sponsor, donations and how to donate, lead-up events, the associated challenge events, summaries of the Groups support team and contact details, the media involvement, the website and PowerPoint presentations, PR and any other aspects that will invite and encourage individuals, businesses, companies and other bodies or agencies to consider adding their support, either on an individual or collective basis.

    2) Contact Details

    The Stainland Sticklers Group Leader is Ian M. Franklin who can be contacted either by e-mail at [email protected] or by his mobile on 07884067883

    The administration support & sponsorship team is headed by Mrs Suzanne Holroyd, 48 Fall Spring Gardens, Stainland, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX4 9PB, United Kingdom. Telephone: 01422 377432.
    The websites for the Stainland Sticklers are www.stainland-sticklers.com and www.stainlandsticklers.eventbrite.com
    The new Skype address for the Stainland Sticklers is stainland.sticklers. Please add us to your contact lists.
  • 4. The Sticklers
    Ian M. Franklin (56) has spent much of his career as a specialist Recruiter & Headhunter. His interests include walking, cooking, good food, jazz, rock, blues, and opera music, all things equine, travel & motorsports.
    Ian is the Group Leader and the Project Manager for the TRANSAID Challenge.
    (Ians challenge will the last of the six and will be to organise & host a celebrity filled Charity Ball)

    Kealy Holroyd (19) is a student studying Social Care at Kirklees College, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire and is intending to become a social worker as a career. Her interests include reading fiction, music and socialising.
    Kealy is the Project Manager for the Autistic Society Challenge.
    (Challenge will be for all Group members to undertake a high altitude sponsored hanglide)
  • 5. Danielle Holroyd (16) is in her final year at Brooksbank Sports College, Elland and is looking to follow a career path as a Social Work Counsellor. Danielles interests include socialising with friends, and family, and music.
    Danielle is the Project Manager for the Stillbirth & Neonatal Challenge.
    (Challenge still yet to be defined)
    Abbie Hill (16) is in her final year at Brooksbank Sports College, Elland and is intending to study there for a further two years in the hope of training to become a Psychologist. Abbies interests include music, art, photography, family and socialising with friends.
    Abbie is the Project Manager for the Help for Heroes Challenge.
    (Challenge will to organise and manage a voluntary music festival)
  • 6. Leanne McGregor (16) is in her last year at the BrooksbankSchool sports college, and wants to attend Kirklees College to study Health and Social Care, and hopefully become something along the lines of a carer for the disabled. She likes to socialise with friends and family, swimming, listening to music, loves to make people laugh and photography.
    Leanne is the Project Manager for the Scope Challenge.
    (Leannes is challenge 1, parachute jumps for Scope)
    Lily Graham (16) is on her final year at BrooksbankSports College. In her next year Lily is wanting to go to Kirklees College in Huddersfield to do Social Care, she is also at college part time studding Beauty Therapy. When she leaves college she is hoping to looking after theelderlyor disabled. Lilys hobbies aresocialisingwith friends and computing.
    Lily is the Project Manager for the Multiple Sclerosis Challenge.
    (Challenge will be to organise a Total Wipeout competition)
  • 7. The Charities
    As there are six members within the Sticklers, the Group decided that there should be six challenges for six different charities. Each of the charities must have a specific interest or link to each Group member. As at the time of writing this Plan, we have chosen to support the following charities:
    Challenge 1 Scope; Scope is a charity that supports disabled people and their families (www.scope.org.uk)
    Challenge 2 Multiple Sclerosis Trust; The MS Trust is a UK charity, providing information for anyone affected by multiple sclerosis, education programmes for health professionals, funding for practical research and campaigning for specialist multiple sclerosis services (www.mstrust.org.uk)
    Challenge 3 Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity (SANDS); Supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies lives (www.uk-sands.org)
    Challenge 4 Help for HeroesHelp for Heroes is a charity formed to help those who have been wounded in Britain's current conflicts (www.helpforheroes.org.uk)
    Challenge 5 National Autistic Society; theleading UK charity for people withautism (including Asperger Syndrome) and their families providing information, supportand pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.(www.autism.org.uk)
    Challenge 6 - Transaid; Tackling poverty and disadvantage by building transport skills & knowledge in the developing world. (www.transaid.org)
    The Challenges
    The challenges themselves will range in difficulty; some easier to undertake than others. They will be based on the earth, wind and fire principal, for example; the first challenge (tandem parachute jumps) will be based on wind, the second challenge (when chosen) will be based on the ground (earth), the third challenge may involve heat or similar (fire). Then the three remaining challenges will again be based on the same principal.
    Whilst Challenges 2-6 have yet to be designed, Challenge 1 will be a tandem parachute jump over Bridlington Airfield, East Yorkshire. All six Group members will be undertaking the jumps from an altitude of 10000 ft.
  • 8. Challenge Locations
    Challenge 1; the tandem parachute jumps, will take place on Saturday 11th July 2011, at SkydiveGB, East Leys Farm, Grindale Road, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO16 4YB. Skydive GB, based between the Yorkshire coast Resorts of Bridlington, and Scarborough. They are Yorkshire's Skydiving Centre. Bridlington is one of the oldest established parachute centres in the UK, dating back to 1972 and the earliest recorded jump going back to Harry Ward in 1935 whom was famous as The Yorkshire Birdman.
    You will be most welcome to come and observe us, but make sure you bring your purses, wallets and chequebooks with you so you can add just that little bit more to your sponsorship and donations for Scope.
    At the time of writing this Plan, no details are available with respect to Challenges 2-5. However, the Stainland Sticklers are currently discussing plans to undertake a Total Wipe-Out (as per the BBC1 TV programme) for one of the challenges, as well as for all six to appear on a TV quiz/challenge show for another challenge. All winnings would be pledged to the charity for those challenges.
    We welcome ideas and suggestions from readers of this plan for other challenges to be undertaken.
  • 9. 9
    Advance Support, Sponsorship. Donations, Advertising & Marketing
    These challenges are events intended to raise funds for the six charities as previously described. The funds will come from a combination of individual sponsorship through families, friends, colleagues, students, etc., as well as the result of a combination of smaller events; such as boot sales, village fairs, street collections (subject to licence) and so on. In addition, there will be profile and viral advertising in various forms. By this, we include articles and editorials in local newspapers, general n

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