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11th May 2010
A reception was held to celebrate the 100 Days to go for the Bath 2010 British Transplant Games.


Long shot of showroom from mezzanine
Long shot of showroom from mezzanine

The event was held at the BMW Wellsway Showroom in Bath courtesy of Martyn Read and his team. Sponsors for the reception was local catering company Dine With Style, Sparkling drinks from Chris Lilley Catering, soft drinks for the Orchard Pig Company and photos and filming courtesy of Lee Curran of Molly Films. A short film of the event, filmed by Molly Films, can be watched below.


Courtesy of Lee Curran of Molly Films

170 guests enjoyed delicious drinks and canapés in the prestigious BMW Showroom, background music was courtesy of Bath Spa University Students.

Loraine and Peter Ford
Loraine and Peter Ford

During the speeches guests heard about the plans for these special games, local sponsors were announced including the adopt a team sponsors Rensburg Sheppards and the wonderful donation from Touchstone which will enable the games to purchase the athletes medals and commemorative gifts.

Kerrianne Gauld from Arcana Solutions one of the events supporters
Kerrianne Gauld from Arcana Solutions one of the events supporters

Local company Policy Plus have given support in kind, Jo Bridger their marketing manager kindly created the games 1st marketing plan and Policy Plus's IT dept have assisted by updating Transplant Games website.

Rensburg Sheppards staff, transplantees and supporters.
Rensburg Sheppards staff, transplantees and supporters

Team Bath have been extremely supportive and many of the games will be held at the sports training village as well as in various sporting venues across the city including the fundraising Donor Run which will take place on Sat 21st August. The games committee are asking local people and businesses to attend and take part in this special activity.

Rensburg Sheppards staff, transplantees and supporters.
Loraine Vivien and The Chain Gang

Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst Chair of the local organising committee for the Bath 2010 British Transplant Games said " We are so grateful to the Bath Chronicle, Western Daily Press part of Bath News and Media who have been promoting the games since our launch in November 2009, and for helping us not only celebrate life but also promote Organ donation which will save many more lives in years to come".

 
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