The 501st UK Garrison were in Bluewater last weekend to support the Marks & Spencer Macmillan Fundraiser.
Troopers on the day were Paul Mannering (Darth Vader), Tracey Fennell (Legacy Era Female), Daniel Hunter-Pike (Stormtrooper), Dave Gilmore (Stormtrooper) and Mark Brooks (Spiderman). Our spotters on the day were Tom Barry and Martyn Fennell and together they raised over £600 towards Marks & Spencers Macmillan support campaign.
Despite shocking weather, well done to everyone who attended the Kearsley & Ringley Con Club (Manchester) Family Fun Day Macmillan Fundraiser on Sunday 26th August. The UK Garrison were on hand to support and help the event raised £2,536 to help support people suffering from Cancer.
On the 18th of August Imperial forces of the 501st were dispatched to Gibraltar for the first time ever to support the RAOB Charity Boat race, Gibraltar Cardiac Association, and GBC Open Day Appeal.
TK22201 (Shaun Lister) of the UK Garrison and TK77700 (Andoni Serrano) of the Spanish Garrison made land fall and heard rumours of a Rebel incursions in the area. Imperial forces went in pursuit and rescued an Imperial R2 Unit of the Pink Force. The R2-KT Ambassador Droid was found and reunited with imperial forces in the British Overseas Territory and is now under guard by TK22201 and TK77700.
Big thank you to Spanish Garrison and the Pink force for attending this historical first event in Gibraltar by the 501st UK Garrison, Cristina Urtiaga Martin... and an unexpected fan dressed as Darth Maul.
Delighted to announce that a whopping £7,757.74 was raised on the day and all proceeds will be divided equally between the Gibraltar Cardiac Association and the GBC Open Day Appeal.
Photo Credit: K.Sachanandani – www krishnajs.com
The total is in and it's an absolutely phenomenal total of £2181.30 raised for Mitchell's Miracles Neuroblastoma Charity from bucket collections at last weekends MCM Comicon held at London Excel.
The Imperial Scottish Squad Leader Sheraz Khwaja presented Nicola and Lauren, the wife and daughter of our late founder Graham Campbell, with a framed UKG patch and Commemorative Founder's patch today.
Lovely gesture Sheraz and we are thrilled you managed to organise this :-)
With SL 77314 - Alan Dalgleish
In an interview with the Anaphylaxis Campaign, UKG member TK 14106 - Emma Bennett explains how she manages to costume while managing a serious latex allergy.