Reflex Bar in Warrington raises funds for Peace Foundation
Reflex Bar located on Bridge Street in Warrington town centre have raised £391.22 after organising a “Peace Party” on behalf of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
Danny White, Bar Manager said “We wanted to give something back to the community and we wanted to do it for the Peace Foundation during its 25th Anniversary. We wanted to make it as fun and interactive as possible and we would like to thank everybody who attended and donated on the evening.”
In January this year, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation launched its UNIQUE ACHIEVEMENT campaign to mark the 25th Anniversary of the IRA bombing in Warrington, which tragically claimed the lives of 12-year-old Tim Parry and 3-year-old Johnathan Ball. Speaking at Tim’s funeral, Colin said ‘If my son becomes a symbol for peace and gives everyone a new sense of hope after so much tragedy, then that will be Tim’s unique achievement’.
The Foundation, which was established and named in memory of Tim and Johnathan, has become the leading UK provider of support to victims of terrorism and to young people and communities whose lives are affected by extremism and conflict. Collectively, the lives of all these people have been improved through the support programmes we have developed by using the knowledge and expertise we have gained over the years.
To hear more about the Peace Foundation’s programmes, please click here