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  • Joseph Flavill | Joseph's Journey

    ♡ We are raising money and have created a community to support Joseph with his treatment and recovery ♡ ​ In May 2020, Joseph was due to attend Buckingham Palace to receive his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Until 1st March 2020 Joe's life was full of Club Hockey, County Cricket, A Level's, Surfing, Skiing. You name it he did it, with passion, energy, and a cheeky grin. On 1st March 2020, 18 years of energy and laughter came to an abrupt standstill when Joe was hit by a car and received a severe traumatic brain injury. ​ This brought us together as a group of family, friends and supporters, with the shared aim of trying to make a difference to Joseph's future journey. ​ READ MORE Sarah (Cousin) Joseph’s received his Duke of Edinburgh award! ❤️ A HUGE congratulations to our incredible Joe and his friends, for finally receiving their DofE awards yesterday at Buckingham Palace 🎉... Latest Update

  • UPDATE LOG | Joseph's Journey

    28th May 2020 ​ Although Joseph has made incredible progress and is now able to breathe independently and appears to be responding to people's voices, sadly he still hasn't woken up yet. He remains in a Coma but is definitely making small but positive steps forward.

  • NEWQUAY 24 | Joseph's Journey

    Newquay 24 – The bike ride ​ Come rain (lots of it!) or shine Joe just loves Cornwall. Surfing by day and music by night, over the years this has become a pilgrimage each August for Joe and his family and friends. Joe might not be able to make his journey this year but to keep this strong tradition going a group of us plan to cycle from Nottingham to Cornwall spending 24 hours in the saddle between 1st to 4th August. The route now planned, takes in Glastonbury and Boardmasters before arriving at his favourite surf beach at Treyarnon Bay at 1 pm on 4th August. ​ We would love to have more people join us on the ride so are hoping some of you might feel inspired to plan a route from your home to Treyarnon Bay, join us from Nottingham, or join us for a bit at the beginning or the end of the route. Whatever you want to do would be wonderful. For those cycling from Nottingham, 459KM is not something to be taken lightly and initial training is proving quite challenging especially on the bottom!. Our hope is to raise some funds to support Joe in his recovery and to use Newquay 24 to encourage others to take on a task they too might find challenging in support of Joe’s Journey. ​ ​ About. Go to About The Route Updates THE CYCLE WILL START ON THE 1ST AUGUST AND FINISH ON 4TH AUGUST AT 1PM ON TREYARNON BAY, CORNWALL If you can’t be there, don’t worry! Do what you can from where you live! We will post all your marvelous efforts via Strava and Photos to our social media and website. ​ Please believe every mile counts. THE ROUTE. Distance - 184km / 114 miles Ascent - 940 metres Decent - 880 metres Day 1 Distance - 156km / 97 miles Ascent - 670 metres Decent - 820 metres Day 2 Distance - 124km / 77 miles Ascent - 1,240 metres Decent - 1,140 metres Day 3 Distance - 64km / 40 miles Ascent - 500 metres Decent - 620 metres Day 4 LATEST UPDATES . As there are so many things happening over the next week, we will be updating this section every evening with the highlights of the day but unfortunately, we can't guarantee that all videos and stories will be uploaded straight away. ​ For the most up to date updates on this story, including live content- please go to our facebook page here; ​ https://www.facebook.com/pg/josephsjourney5/ Steve's Newquay 24 from Dubai - Update 3 Play Video Steve's Newquay 24 from Dubai - Update One Play Video Steve's Newquay 24 from Dubai - Update 2 Play Video Steve's Dubai Cycle Watch Now Steve's Newquay 24 from Dubai - Update One Play Video Share Whole Channel This Video Facebook Twitter Pinterest Tumblr Copy Link Link Copied Share Channel Info Close about THE ROUTE UPDATES Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 03:25 9. Day one is complete - Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 01:05 8. Setting off for the last leg of day one - Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 00:21 7. Cheering the cyclists on! - Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 01:03 6. Setting off from Fenny Compton - Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 01:20 5. Third stop, Fenny Compton - Newquay 24 Play Video Play Video 01:20 4. Second stop, Swinford - Newquay 24

  • WORLD TOUR old | Joseph's Journey

    GET INVOLVED Joseph's Journey Goes On Tour ​ Hi Everyone, ​ On the 23rd December Joseph turned 19, so the fund raising theme for 2021 will be 19…… ​ As of the 23rd December we have all raised a mind blowing £30,724.75. We are totally humbled by everyone’s contributions of time, support and love for Sharon and Joe. Joseph is making small steps of progress and does try to smile at his Mum on their daily FaceTime calls. All of your messages and activity make such a difference to Joe as he is unable to see people in person, keeping in contact is even more of a challenge. ​ Joseph’s dream following his A-Levels was to take a year off and travel, he had many places he wanted to visit – actually he has a huge list! ​ ​ As a team of Joe’s friends and family we are going to travel virtually around the world, taking in his favourite places. ​ We will track our progress and follow our journey on a map of the world. ​ Mileage can be achieved through, walking, running, cycling, horse riding, swimming, skate boarding…. Absolutely anything at all that doesn’t have a motor! ​ We will update weekly on our progress and everyone will be able to update their personal mileage achievements. ​ If we manage to get 25 people signed up and be part of the team, the goal would be an average of 19 miles per week for each person or team/family to get around the world before Joe reaches his 20th Birthday. ​ On route we will celebrate our landmark goals with recipes and cocktails from the various countries and we can use this team event to share with Joe our clips and messages from our virtual travels. ​ You will receive postcards along route 😊 ​ There is no pressure to achieve 19 miles per week, we have picked 19 for Josephs 19th Birthday. This is purely a team event and all miles will add up. For the cyclists amongst the team, they hopefully will be able to achieve a few more than 19 and then the walkers can enjoy a more leisurely challenge! ​ PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE SIGN UP. ​ We are aiming to start on January 1st, 2021. We are just working through a few technicalities of how to run the challenge in the most effective way. Any ideas on this would be really welcome, the running of the website is quite a mission and if anyone techy would like to help us with updates, we would love the support. ​ You could sign up as an individual or as a family or a team, whatever works for you. ​ We are suggesting a donation of £19 to participate, however, this is only a suggestion as everyone has already been so generous with their time and contributions, the key to this challenge is just to join in! ​ Our goal here is to raise awareness for Joe and to be able to share our adventures with him to help him feel connected to all his friends and supporters at this impossible time. ​ Once we have plotted the exact route, we will email you the plan and let you know the best way to collate our mileage. ​ Please email us or message via Facebook and we will sign you up! ​ All the high fives, videos, messages and all the fund-raising activity in the summer was an incredible achievement and Sharon and Joseph absolutely loved following everyone’s activities. ​ We really, really want to start 2021 with this challenge and we need as many friends as possible to come together to make this happen. Who knows, we might get around the world in 80 Days! ​ Thank you so much for reading. ​ Love and best wishes ​ Aunt Sal, Auntie Kate, Sarah and the whole of the JJ Team. XX Here's the route!! GO JOE

  • WORLD TOUR | Joseph's Journey

    Joseph's Journey Goes On Tour ​ Hi Everyone, ​ On the 23rd December Joseph turned 19, so the fund raising theme for 2021 will be 19…… ​ As of the 23rd December we have all raised a mind blowing £30,724.75. We are totally humbled by everyone’s contributions of time, support and love for Sharon and Joe. Joseph is making small steps of progress and does try to smile at his Mum on their daily FaceTime calls. All of your messages and activity make such a difference to Joe as he is unable to see people in person, keeping in contact is even more of a challenge. ​ Joseph’s dream following his A-Levels was to take a year off and travel, he had many places he wanted to visit – actually he has a huge list! ​ ​ As a team of Joe’s friends and family we are going to travel virtually around the world, taking in his favourite places. ​ We will track our progress and follow our journey on a map of the world. ​ Mileage can be achieved through, walking, running, cycling, horse riding, swimming, skate boarding…. Absolutely anything at all that doesn’t have a motor! ​ We will update weekly on our progress and everyone will be able to update their personal mileage achievements. ​ If we manage to get 25 people signed up and be part of the team, the goal would be an average of 19 miles per week for each person or team/family to get around the world before Joe reaches his 20th Birthday. ​ On route we will celebrate our landmark goals with recipes and cocktails from the various countries and we can use this team event to share with Joe our clips and messages from our virtual travels. ​ You will receive postcards along route 😊 ​ There is no pressure to achieve 19 miles per week, we have picked 19 for Josephs 19th Birthday. This is purely a team event and all miles will add up. For the cyclists amongst the team, they hopefully will be able to achieve a few more than 19 and then the walkers can enjoy a more leisurely challenge! ​ PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE SIGN UP. ​ We are aiming to start on January 1st, 2021. We are just working through a few technicalities of how to run the challenge in the most effective way. Any ideas on this would be really welcome, the running of the website is quite a mission and if anyone techy would like to help us with updates, we would love the support. ​ You could sign up as an individual or as a family or a team, whatever works for you. ​ We are suggesting a donation of £19 to participate, however, this is only a suggestion as everyone has already been so generous with their time and contributions, the key to this challenge is just to join in! ​ Our goal here is to raise awareness for Joe and to be able to share our adventures with him to help him feel connected to all his friends and supporters at this impossible time. ​ Once we have plotted the exact route, we will email you the plan and let you know the best way to collate our mileage. ​ Please email us or message via Facebook and we will sign you up! ​ All the high fives, videos, messages and all the fund-raising activity in the summer was an incredible achievement and Sharon and Joseph absolutely loved following everyone’s activities. ​ We really, really want to start 2021 with this challenge and we need as many friends as possible to come together to make this happen. Who knows, we might get around the world in 80 Days! ​ Thank you so much for reading. ​ Love and best wishes ​ Aunt Sal, Auntie Kate, Sarah and the whole of the JJ Team. XX VIDEO UPDATES! 1st April Update - THE FINISH LINE! 7th February Update - an update from Fin and Sal 24th January Update - an update from Fin 14th January Update - an update from Fin 13th January Update - an update from Sal 9th January Update - an update from Sal and Rich

  • ABOUT US OLD | Joseph's Journey

    ABOUT US In May 2020 Joseph was due to attend Buckingham Palace to receive his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Until 1st March 2020 Joe's life was full of Club Hockey, County Cricket, A Level's, Surfing, Skiing. You name it he did it, with passion, energy, and a cheeky grin. On 1st March 2020, 18 years of energy and laughter came to an abrupt standstill when Joe was hit by a car and received a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, from which he still hasn’t woken up. Please follow this link to read more about TBI https://www.headway.org.uk/about-brain-injury/individuals/types-of-brain-injury/traumatic-brain-injury/ He has already successfully fought off COVID 19 and is responding to basic stimulus now he is at Leicester General Hospital but does remain in a coma. Joseph's Journey has been set up with 3 aims in mind. Firstly , we want to raise awareness of TBI and the devastating impact this can have. Secondly , by raising awareness we hope you will feel stirred to help us raise funds to help support Sharon and Joe with the path ahead. Nobody knows what the long term impact will be, but we do know that the journey could be long and costly. If our prayers are answered and the miracle of a full recovery happens, all money raised will be donated to charity. Thirdly to create a space to share things like stories, memories, photos, and fundraising achievements. This will be a place people can visit to get updates on Joe's progress, share their ideas, or just re-connect with the huge amount of love and support there is for Joe and Sharon. This resource will provide Sharon with a place to visit when she wants to play clips to Joe, show him photos and let herself be carried by those around her. If there is any way you think you can help or would like to get involved please don’t hesitate to contact Auntie Sal by completing the contact form. Thank you x Messages From Joseph's Mother Sharon and Updates Message from Sharon October 2021 Update October 2021 Joseph’s Journey – An Update. 03/10/2021 Dear all, at last we have an update for you – we are sorry it has been such a long time since we posted news on Joe's progress. Firstly, Joe moved to Steps Rehabilitation in July this year and during the last 8 weeks, Joe has received a more comprehensive rehabilitation and physio programme. Unsurprisingly, his favourite activity is therapy in the hydro pool! Joe is making some great progress; he is managing oral trials with stage 4 puréed food and a few sips of fluid. He also recently achieved a supported stand with one of the tremendous physio team. The visiting provision at the care unit is a huge improvement from the previous setting he was living in, and he can have frequent visits from his Mum and his family and friends are having the opportunity to spend time with him. Joe is LOVING the company of loved ones. We are delighted to share that Joe was best man at the marriage of his cousin Jake in August and attended the wedding with his family. The beautiful day was filled with smiles galore from everyone! Joe was on the dance floor in his wheelchair and enjoyed one dance with the bridesmaids. Last Friday, the home arranged for Joe and others to see the Para Ice Hockey at Sheffield Arena and of course, Joe wore his Nottingham Panthers kit with pride and a cheeky grin. Joe is working so hard in every aspect of his rehabilitation; he truly is an inspiration. He is working on his speech but currently communicating using an alphabet spelling board. Thanks to all the money raised by his wonderful supporters, we are investing money into technology to assist Joe with his communication and to enable him to be in contact more easily with the world around him. We are working with the medical professionals to make an informed decision on how best to invest the funds raised to support his recovery. We will keep you informed on any future investment we embark on. All the money raised will really help Joe receive additional support to assist him make the progress he is working so hard to achieve. Joe has asked us to say a personal thank you to everyone for all the support, from the bottom of his heart. We are planning our next fundraising for next year and would love everyone to be involved, we are hoping that Joe will be able to participate - after all, we know how much he loves a challenge! Keep following us for more updates, we promise to keep the updates coming more regularly ❤️ JJ’s Team xxx March 2021 Update March 2021 Thank you so much, each and every one of you for your amazing support over the last few months. All of the messages and clips that people have sent in have been an incredible support for Sharon and Joe and in addition, through everyone’s generosity and time, we have raised an astonishing amount of money, for the latest total and to donate please click here. ​ As we reported in January, Joseph continues to emerge slowly from his stage two coma and is beginning to respond to simple commands and stimulation. It has been incredible to see him smile and hear him laughing. ​ We are very excited to share with you that Sharon has been able to start visiting Joseph for one hour in person on a weekly basis. We are hoping to see this time increase as COVID restrictions are eased. ​ As soon as COVID allows, Joseph will undertake assessments to evaluate the current position and plan for future bespoke therapy and treatments. ​ We'd like to give a special shoutout to the ever-impressive Sophie and Henry who have once again taken on an unbelievable fundraising challenge. The incredible duo are taking part in the 3 peaks challenge in 24hrs on 22nd May! All of the Joseph's Journey team send their thanks and wish Sophie and Henry the best of luck! Check out their fundraiser page here. A positive update 31st Jan 2021 We write this week with some amazing news on Joe! He is really engaging with all of your messages and he has started to make some really meaningful steps in the recovery process. He has been following commands, for example, touching his left and his right ear when asked to do so, he is able to move both of his legs, he is answering yes and no through blinking and the most amazing step is that he has shown us his incredible sense of humour. His smiles this week have brought us all to tears! ​ We are also very excited to report that Joseph has started to emerge slowly from his stage two coma, and is beginning to respond to simple commands and stimulation ❤️❤️❤️ High Five from Sharon 23rd December 2020 '' Dearest Joseph's Guardian Angels from near & far we would like to take the opportunity to sincerely wish you all a warm Happy Christmas & continued Hope & Dreams of Rainbow's for the New Year 2021. Hold each other & loved one's dear & once more All of our Huge precious Love, Appreciation & Gratitude to our amazingly wonderful & beautiful family, friends, acquaintances & supporters of Joe, myself & Joseph's Journey for your continued overwhelming time, care, commitment, messages, achievements, Prayers, Love & generosity. You are truly other-worldly and have kept our Hope and positivity alive. '' ​ ​ Sharon & Joe Xx Thank you from Sharon 1st Aug 2020 Dearest Guardians of Joseph X Lost for words & very emotional moments for Joseph & myself seeing our Angel Guardians Uncle Steve cooling off the nether regions in the Dubai pool & seeing Uncle Rich Uncle John Major Steve Sarah Auntie Janet & Aunt Sally & the awesome support team & incredulous out of this world family friends & supporters at Josephs Journey beach finish line & from afar X So touched & humbled & forever Grateful All our Love S& Joe Xx❤️💙🌈🥰🙏 High Five from Sharon 1st August 2020 "Thank you everyone for your support. Here’s a heartfelt message to everyone from Sharon. For all our precious family friends acquaintances X ~It was the last day yesterday for all those meaningful abstentions, magnificent acts of commitment & the tremendous cycle & tennis training for Joseph X We wish to express our utmost Heartfelt Thank you’s!!!!Good Luck!!!& Take extra Special Care Guardian Angel cycle wishes for our extraordinary Newquay 24 Cyclists Uncle Rich, Uncle John, Major & for stupendous Uncle Steve in Dubai for today until the Cornwall finish on the 4th August. Also for amazing Alfie & Emma for starting & cycling part of the first leg of the journey with our Newquay 24 & for phenomenal Papa Teather & Auntie Janet joining in on the last leg on the 4th & for miraculous Aunt Sally Max & Fin in the support camper X Special thoughts too for magnificent Jacob, Steph, Auntie Elaine & Tina’s Ten to Ten Tennis X These epic commitments for Joe are truly awe inspiring & ensure we remain full of Hope & Optimism X Godspeed with all our endearment & gratitude for everyones continued compassionate support, supreme generosity & for our wonderful family camping in Cornwall~one of Joseph's most Happy destinations X With Love & Rainbows always~ S Xx" High Five from Sharon 1st August 2020 "Thank you everyone for your support. Here’s a heartfelt message to everyone from Sharon. For all our precious family friends acquaintances X ~It was the last day yesterday for all those meaningful abstentions, magnificent acts of commitment & the tremendous cycle & tennis training for Joseph X We wish to express our utmost Heartfelt Thank you’s!!!!Good Luck!!!& Take extra Special Care Guardian Angel cycle wishes for our extraordinary Newquay 24 Cyclists Uncle Rich, Uncle John, Major & for stupendous Uncle Steve in Dubai for today until the Cornwall finish on the 4th August. Also for amazing Alfie & Emma for starting & cycling part of the first leg of the journey with our Newquay 24 & for phenomenal Papa Teather & Auntie Janet joining in on the last leg on the 4th & for miraculous Aunt Sally Max & Fin in the support camper X Special thoughts too for magnificent Jacob, Steph, Auntie Elaine & Tina’s Ten to Ten Tennis X These epic commitments for Joe are truly awe inspiring & ensure we remain full of Hope & Optimism X Godspeed with all our endearment & gratitude for everyones continued compassionate support, supreme generosity & for our wonderful family camping in Cornwall~one of Joseph's most Happy destinations X With Love & Rainbows always~ S Xx" High Five from Sharon 21st July 2020 Dearest Everyone~We continue to be completely astounded and overcome by the extent & continued outpour of Love, Thoughts & Prayers from our precious family, friends & acquaintances taking the time in these unprecedented days to show & express care, consideration and generosity for Joseph. ​ I have received so many personal messages & anecdotes to share with me memories of Joseph's loving kind & caring nature which have been deeply touching. ​ The wonderful High Five facebook video clips have been truly inspirational & an enormous solace & comfort each & every day. Joseph unfortunately continues in the stage 2 coma & during the last month has been fighting to also overcome a number of set backs including sickness, pain, altered skeletal muscle performance and a suspected slow bleed re Joe's RIG/Intestinal resulting in a blood transfusion to currently having Aspirated Pneumonia along with the pressure of the further Covid19 lockdown in Leicester. ​ We are so fortunate & privileged to have such outstandingly remarkable & kind hearted family & friends to advocate Joseph's Journey & enhance our continued prayers for more positive brighter recovery days soon. ​ I so wish we could Thank each & everyone individually for the incredibly gracious & sensational support and along with my sincere gratitude expressed to our beautiful family & friends on the WhatsApp Family Group updates also special mention to Nick Steele, Lynne Smith, Will Webb, The Captain of HMS Mersey and everyone from the Tutbury Tigers Football Team & my HAH friends & colleagues for their commitment & exceptional fund raising ventures for Joseph. ​ We wish Uncle Rich, Uncle Steve, Uncle John, Steve, Major & Papa Teather continued Good Luck!!! with the cycle training for the Newquay 24 Bike Ride and for all the awesome motivational commitments for our wonderful Joe. We are eternally Grateful from our Hearts & Hope for Sunshine & Happy Rainbows on the horizon. ​ With Love S Xx High Five from Sharon 14th June 2020 ''Following on from Wonderful Sophie & (Henry's) incredible 200km in 7 day cycle challenge fund raising achievement for Joseph we are also blessed with our amazing family & friends continued Love, Care & Support with the creation of Joseph's Journey~ initiated by Super Talented Creator Sarah, Awesome Organiser Aunt Sally & Terrific Team Members Aunt Kate & Uncle Rich. The outpouring of kindest consideration & generosity for Joseph from so many compassionately thoughtful family,friends & acquaintances from near & far has been completely overwhelming. Joseph's heart has been truly touched along with mine & we are so grateful for the strength & comfort of everyone's healing prayers & thoughts. All our utmost Love, Rainbows & Appreciation for always!!!.'' Sharon & Joe Xx Update 28th May 2020 Although Joseph has made incredible progress and is now able to breathe independently and appears to be responding to people's voices, sadly he still hasn't woken up yet. He remains in a Coma but is definitely making small but positive steps forward. Meet our lovely Joe 27th May 2020 How does one begin to encapsulate a dear Son, Grandson, Nephew, Cousin, Friend's 18 years of sparkling & vibrant life to date... ​ Joseph's arrival into the world on a Sabbath day the 23/12/2001 was rather dramatic & eventful as the "Bonny & Bright" little man needed resuscitation, had a dislocated shoulder & was in intensive care for the first few days of his journey on Planet Earth at Christmas time. Joe in true fighting spirit quickly recovered & proceeded to grow into a fine fit large as life 18-year-old young man. Walking early at 10 months Joseph developed to have a no fear fun active attitude to enjoying & exploring the world around him and loving deeply & socializing along the way with his family & friends. ​ Excelling & Sport devotee from a young age Joseph joined the local Tutbury Tiger Football Team at age 6 & claim to fame won the egg & spoon School Sports Day race (the only event the Teachers relented he could take part in this year) at age 7 due to his broken left arm from falling off the playground monkey bars! ​ From swimming to Kwik & Hard Ball Cricket at local & District level to becoming an aspiring Bear Grylls joining the Tutbury Scout Group as a Beaver, Cub & Scout & completing his Bronze, Silver & Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards at The De Ferrers Academy & Sixth Form Joe also found time to join the 351 (Burton on Trent) RAF Air Cadets taking part in fundraising activities particularly the Poppy Appeal on Remembrance Sundays & enjoyed a flight to experience an RAF Fighter Jet refueling mid-air & a Lightning Twilight Night Run with helping & promoting the Air Cadets at Air Shows across the Country. ​ Joseph's most treasured pastimes are gym, golf & enjoying surfing on family holidays in Cornwall & at Surf Snowdonia near Betws-y-coed in Wales & Skiing & Ice Skating with family/friends & on school trips. Joe's precious late Father played Ice Hockey with the Nottingham Panthers & clearly Joe had a passion for Hockey too as his most favorite sport is field Hockey with Barton Hockey Club nurtured from an early age at primary school & proudly progressing the ranks to play with the Men's First Team & freely giving his time to support weekly training sessions as a coach for the aspiring Barton Hockey juniors. ​ Music has been compelling for Joe from first hearing the Stereophonics live in Mum's Tummy at 5 months old to learning to play the Drums & also the African Djembe. Joseph has been fortunate to travel & one of his most cherished countries due to a family connection is the Gambia. A few years ago he helped raise money for the families Gambian Pencil Project Faji-Kunda school a momentous & treasured moment being able to meet the beautiful children there. ​ Joe's optimistic fun-loving resilient nature & kind compassion for others means his mantra is always to look up for the stars. We are praying for a miracle Joe will find the strength & determination to rest & repair his Traumatic Brain Injury & come back to us not believing our stories of when the world also just stopped to regenerate for a while & rainbows became the sign of hope. ​ Much love & gratitude S xxx

  • ALL FOUR ONE | Joseph's Journey

    i s about us all pulling together for four days to support one person (Joe) with fundraising activities from 1st to 4th of August. If you can commit to 1, 2, 3, or an amazing 4 days of fundraising we need to hear from you. If you want to run, cycle, tell jokes, play a team event, fly a kite, dance, sing, bake, clean cars, help a neighbour... anything that you're proud of, then use this platform to help Joe on his journey. This is following Sophie & Henry’s amazing cycling exploits in May and the tremendous array of activities from you all in support of the ‘High Five for Joe’ in June. Some amazing videos and pictures so please keep these coming! If you have not seen them, please click this link. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ So... what’s the plan? All Four One ARTIST / BAND SONG Submit Thanks for submitting! Vibes to bring us together - Please start creating your lockdown anthems as we are compiling a J oseph’s Journey Playlist to download, and it can’t all be the Stereophonics and the Hunna! The first event - Newquay 24. 24 hours in the saddle for some Lycra clad lunies from home to Newquay CLICK HERE FOR NEWQUAY 24 DETAILS GO JOE!! the challenge for those not doing Newquay 24. (come on team we can do this) CLICK HERE FOR GO JOE!!

  • GO JOE | Joseph's Journey

    GO JOE!! GO JOE!! is HOW all us non-NEWQUAY 24ERS can support this four-day fundraising event for Joseph's journey Beginning on 1st August (when Uncle Rich first places his foot on the pedal) and ending on 4th August at 1pm, (when Uncle Rich and the rest of the riders arrive triumphantly and a little sore at Treyarnon Bay), we are challenging all of Joseph's family, friends, and teammates to raise as much as possible in other ways. The race will be on to see how much we can add to the Go Fund me target of £20,000 in these 4 days and we will all cross the finish line together at 1 pm on 4th August. ​ We want to create a hub of ideas on this page so please share what you plan to do with us as this may inspire others to do the same, or to join your event. It would be great if we can join some of each others team efforts and to support each other. Whether you're having a charity match, Team quiz, baking cakes or doing a sponsored activity (4 days silence, etc), again we would love you to share it with us all. ​ During 1st to 4th August we will be uploading and sharing your pictures, videos and messages on this site, so we can create a massive online community of events and enjoy each other's efforts and achievements. ​ ​ Can I fundraise? Well of course you can! Details below with a link to the fundraising registration GO JOE All Four One Play Video All Videos

  • old fundraising stories | Joseph's Journey

    Wow- look at all the fundraising commitments we've had so far for joe!!! Steve No Alcohol in July Uncle Rich Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall Max Looking after the cats (food and litter tray!!) for July Steve Virtually cycling to Newquay (in a gym in Dubai) Uncle John Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall The Potts Family Selling personal belongings to raise funds for Joe Auntie Elaine and Tina Doing the Tennis Marathon Jen Doing a 30 day plank challenge Steve and Major Cycling 318 miles from home to Cornwall Auntie Sal Running every day in July Bob Running 5km a day in July Steph and Jake Ambitiously doing a Tennis marathon from 10am to 10pm Nanny No chocolate in July Nelson No tomato Ketchup in July Auntie Val Completing the couch to 5km in July George Dog training- 31 days to train a rescue hound Izzy Not saying the word "LIKE" Uncle Brian Learning to ride a bike after 25 years out of the saddle, so he can bike the last 7 miles to Treyarnon Bay And a massive Thank you to everyone who's helped us get this far. We appreciate every penny, but sorry we can't include everyone so heres a small selection of people who've contribute to the journey so far... (We will keep adding stories to this page) Thank you Tutbury Tigers!! The amazing Tutbury Tigers have thrown their full support behind Joe starting with a Pass it on Challenge followed by members of the adult team completing 100 km each, running or cycling within 30 days. Thank you so much Tutbury Tigers Nick Steeles virtual west highland way run !!! Nick Steele taking on a virtual "West Highland Way". His aim was to run 95 miles in 9.5 days in support of Joe. Whats even more amazing is that Nick has never met Joe, but that didn't stop him giving us fabulous daily updates and achieving his goal 36 hrs ahead of schedule. Healthcare at home!!! 16 of Sharons friends and work colleagues did 26 mile journey- on foot. Healthcare at Home sponsored every person who took part £40. A wonderful sum of money was raised for Sharon and Joe Hardy Signs!!! Thanks you to Tom Hardy for kindly designing and donating a banner for our fundraising activities WELL DONE SOPHIE AND HENRY!!! In May Sophie Carlton-Greaves and her brother, Henry decided to cycle 200km in 7 days raise money to support Joseph's recovery journey. Not an easy challenge and no one imagined the support they’d receive. Unbelievably over £9000 was raised!

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