18 St John Street Chambers is delighted to support the MedEquip4Kids 7th Annual Duck Race which takes place this Friday at Salford Quays.
After two years of delays the MedEquip4Kids duck race is back and better than ever before. We’re excited to be part of the event and have sponsored a ‘Mega Duck’ in the Business Duck Race which takes place on Friday 15th April 2022 at the Helly Hansen Salford Watersports Centre, Salford Quays.
MedEquip4Kids is a Manchester based charity which has been working since 1985 to improve the health of babies and children across the UK. They do this by providing medical equipment and resources to hospitals and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) providers. The equipment and resources the charity provide is not covered by NHS funding.
Chambers Director James Parks commented “MedEquip4Kids do fantastic work across the UK and provide essential equipment to our babies and children. Chambers are delighted to assist in this friendly and family orientated way. By sponsoring a Mega Duck we are proud to know that we are having a positive impact on the health of babies and children.”
You too can change a life by coming along on the day and taking part in the community duck race.
There will be fun for the whole family with:
- family friendly entertainment
- delicious food stalls including; burgers, cakes, coffee, and ice cream
- face painters
- fairground rides
- tombola with special prizes!
Itinerary for the day:
1pm – 3:45pm duckling sales, entertainment and stalls
4pm business duck race
4:15pm community duckling race
Tickets cost just £2.50. Buying a ticket to come on the day is not a necessity but it will mean you have a duckling in the community duck race. There are special prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners!
You can purchase a duckling on the day, or buy one in advance here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/medEquip4Kids/t-onreln
All money raised will go to MedEquip4Kids, and will help the charity to provide vital medical equipment and resources for hospitals not covered by limited NHS funding.
More information on the important work that MedEquip4Kids do, please see: https://www.medequip4kids.org.uk/what-we-do/