We have some great fundraising events coming up in 2019. This list is being constantly updated so keep an eye out for an event near you.
24 March 2019 – London Landmarks Half Marathon. We still have places to run this event which takes you round some of the most iconic sites in London. The race starts on Pall Mall, finishes by Downing Street and has fabulous views of London’s most iconic landmarks including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, the Gherkin, the Shard, the Tower of London and the London Eye. For more information contact email@example.com
15 – 17 April 2019 – Teapots and Tea – from the Collection of David Battie. David Battie of the BBC Antiques Road Show, will be exhibiting his collection of ceramics used for drinking through the ages. He will also be giving a talk about his collection of drinking vessels on 16 April 2019 commencing at 6.00pm at Tennants Auctioneers, Leyburn. All proceeds for the event will be donated to ANTRUK.
18 May 2019 – Walk this Way. A charity walk along the Wolds Way taking in some of the beautiful East Yorkshire landscape. The walk will have various degrees of difficulty as well as options on how to participate. Details of the event can be found HERE For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
24 May 2019 (evening) – Bucket collection at Pontefract Race Course including at the Billy Ocean concert. Collectors wanted. For further information contact email@example.com
12 -28 July 2019 – Ryedale Festival. ANTRUK is delighted that we have been chosen by the Ryedale Festival to be their charity of the year. One of the foremost music festivals in the country, the Festival takes place in churches, some of the finest stately homes in North Yorkshire such as Hovingham, Castle Howard and the Birdsall Estate as well as Ampleforth College and the Grand Hall, Scarborough Spa. For details of the programme visit https://ryedalefestival.com/concerts/
Come along to any of the events and look out for our collecting buckets and information stand. Enjoy the music and support ANTRUK in our fight against the superbugs.
30 July 2019 – Following on from our most successful Beverley Race Day (the Bark de Triomphe) in 2017 this fun packed day is returning. The event is currently in the discussion stage but promises to be a WOOF. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
4 August 2019 – Once again we have places in the Prudential Ride London for all you cyclists. One of the largest cycle events in the world, here’s an opportunity to pedal to raise money in our fight against antibiotic resistance. For further information contact email@example.com
24 October 2019 (afternoon) – this year’s ANTRUK Annual Lecture will be given by Professor Tim Walsh, Cardiff University. Professor Walsh’s research on multiple aspects of antibiotic resistance has made him a world leader in his field. The Annual Lecture will take place in London – further details will follow. ANTRUK’s Annual General Meeting will follow the Lecture. If you are interested in attending please obtain a ticket by clicking HERE
11 – 17 November 2019 – World Antibiotic Awareness Week and ANTRUK’s Annual Great British Tea Party. Organise a Great British Tea Party to raise funds for us and spread the word about what antibiotic resistance means to us all.
17 November 2019 (afternoon) – Helmsley Arts Centre. Introduced by our Patron the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu come along and hear about superbugs, who do they affect and what you can do about it.
Here Professor Colin Garner, Chief Executive, ANTRUK and onsultant hospital microbiologist and clinical director Dr Neil Todd, York Teaching Hospital whowill be there to answer any questions you might have. Tickets can be obtained HERE
19 November 2019 (4.30pm) – an invitation only event organised by accountancy partnership Garbutt Elliott and Antibiotic Research UK to be held at Triune Court, York. The event will feature Janette and Helen, two of the four Yorkshire Rows mums who rowed across the Atlantic without any previous rowing experience. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org