Kelsall & Friends Pink Charity Walk!, 5th October 2019 This was the second Pink Charity Walk we have held in the village during October Cancer Awareness Month, with all monies raised being shared 50:50 between NW Cancer Research (Kelsall Branch) and Pool Of Life. This years walk proved to be a great success again, matching […]
Pool of Life paddle as part of Pink Royals at the BDA nationals in Nottingham, September 2019 At the BDA nationals in Nottingham last month, eight Pool of Life members joined up with six other teams to make up the Pink Royals crew. The Pink Royals is the UK’s first-ever composite breast cancer survivors’ dragon
Dublin Racing, 14th and 15th September, 2019 Carol, Ann, Sue and Alison joined ‘Paddlers for Life, Windermere‘ (FB) in Dublin for two days of racing. We had a great team, including our team captain, Rowena, our helm, Chris, with Ann on the drum and Carol helping with coaching. On Friday we went to Howth, a
Thames Path Challenge, 2019, in memory of Jo Heath and Sue Banner After a fabulous weekend in and around London on September 7th/8th, I was glad to be back in my own bed ready for a very, very long sleep and some rest. Feeling proud of my husband for completing his first ever 50km challenge,
We had a fantastic day training with our friends at Paddlers for Life, at Windermere. We are joining forces with them to race at Dublin so decided a practice session would be useful. Four of us, Ann, Louise, Sue, and Alison, car shared our way up the M6 on a beautiful autumn day. We were
DRAGONS AND FLOWERS FESTIVAL 2019 As with every event in any year, Pool of Life wake early in the morning and check the weather to see how many clouds are in the sky. This year June 15th was no exception, we prayed for good weather on the day from the minute the date is set.
Pool of Life show their strength in Barcelona: 17th – 19th May, 2019 Pool of Life joined dragon boat racing teams from around the world at the second Barcelona International Dragon Boat Festival in May. Held at the Canal Olimpic de Catalunya, built especially for the 1992 Olympic Games (and just a short train ride