Yesterday our wonderful Stroud team decided to participate in the 2.6 Challenge – set up to help charities up and down the country whose fundraising was delivered a blow with the cancellation of the 26 mile London Marathon. They chose to tackle Tony Christie’s popular hit Amarillo in their own inimitable style to raise funds for their charity partner Allsorts – the Stroud-based charity providing invaluable support for children with additional needs and their families.
Singing, dancing, dressing up and props were all involved in their performance, which was coordinated online with the power of Zoom! Their efforts were rewarded – the resulting video has notched up hundreds of views online and they have already smashed their fundraising target of £250. However, the team are keen to see the pounds continue to pour in. Allsorts, like many smaller charities, are having a particularly tough time at the moment, so please dig deep.
Visit their JustGiving page now and donate!
Watch their brilliant rendition by clicking here
Sha la la la la la la la!