Oldham Carnival 23rd June 2018


Fun in the sun at this years Oldham Carnival where the Day Centre Staff attended with the very successful Cake and Tombola Stall. £363 raised towards the Blackpool lights trips later this year.

Mount Snowdon Challenge 16th June 2018


Amanda, Mel, Julie G, Wendy, Debbie and Maureen battled the horrendous weather to climb to the summit of Mount Snowdon raising a massive £700

Yarrow River 10k 6th May 2018 Chorley

Red Watch Chadderton completed this 10k river run in blistering hot conditions and raised £780

Children in Need 2017 16/17 November

The staff and parents raised a total of £33.70 for this years children in need appeal with a fancy dress disco. Great Effort to all involved

Red Watch Chadderton Race Night 10 Nov 2017

Fantastic Time at the Race Night, Chadderton Bowling Club with the guys from Red Watch Chadderton Fire Station (in dresses ….again!). Great Fun and loads of money raised.








Leeds Total Warrior  24 June 2017

Well done to Amanda Marshall and Red Watch Chadderton for raising £380.00 by completeing the Leeds Warrior 12 k. A very tough course.

Total raised £1120 split between Heathbank Support Services, The Kingfisher School and The Manchester Bombing Appeal

British Red Cross We Love Manchester Emergency Fund

Well done to the Staff, Service Users and their families for donating a total of £82.32 during ‘Manchester Week’ for the victims of the Manchester Bombing at the MEN Arena.

Milltown 7 k     14 May 2017

A massive thanks to Adam Moore, Maureen Marshall, Amanda Marshall, Peter Marshall, Melainie Widdall and Shanks Das for completeing the Milltown 7KM run around Oldham in aid of Heathbank. It was a lovely day but a gruelling hilly course. Fantastic Effort

Summer Fair Health Fest Alexandra Park  13 Aug 2017

Fantastic effort by the day centre staff at this years summer fair which raised £200 towards the Blackpool Lights trips


Fancy dress Sponsored Walk with Red Watch Chadderton      2 Sep 2017

What a beautiful day it was for strolling around Oldham in our best frocks. Massive thanks to Red Watch, Chadderton Fire Station and all the pubs and their customers along the route.