Champions News

We have some exciting events and news from some of our Champions that we’re thrilled to share with you this month.

Daisy will be singing at the drinks reception for Brighton and Hove Soiree Rotary’s Presidential Handover on June 28th at Brighton Marina’s Malmaison Hotel. Daisy, who has been a Champion since she was 15, and is currently studying musical theatre at BRICTT will be entertaining guests with her beautiful voice. 

Mel Stoner said: “Daisy has impressed us with her voice and we are thrilled that she will be representing us at this event. Brighton and Hove Soiree Rotary have been very generous in their donations to us, and it is great to be able to have one of our Champions support them back”.

Daisy played the part of Rosie in ‘Sweet Charity’ at BRICTT in their end of term production. Mel said “Daisy was fantastic in the production, which involved a lot of choreography and Daisy was on stage a lot. Her voice sounded beautiful and strong, and her acting came across strongly. She is clearly enjoying herself on stage. Nice work Daisy!”.

Lewis made it into the Sussex basketball team this month, he is 1 of 12 boys that have been selected out of over 100 boys his age in the whole of Sussex. His mum says: “We just want to thank you for the funding we have received as Lewis has improved massively this year due to being able to attend more basketball camps”.

Charlotte and her mum organised a stall for us at St Anne’s Well Garden Festival (pictured top-right). Alex’s mother Janine and Isaac’s mum Shoona also helped, with donations from Daisy and Max’s mum Tracy. The event raised a fantastic £102.

Max played at the BIMM Academy’s end of term gig at their Live Room. His mum Tracy said: “I thought you might like this. Only possible due to The Starr Trust”.

Max will be playing drums with his fellow BIMM students at the Moulescoomb Primary School Family Fun Day on July 20th.