Stonegate Homes are proud to work alongside some incredible athletes and events
Stonegate Homes are extremely proud to be official Super Partners of the brand-new Superhero Series! We are looking for a fearless band of teammates and volunteers to join us for this heroic event.
What is Superhero Tri?
Its big! Its bold! Its gutsy! It is the UK’s one and only disability sport event for the everyday Superhero and their friends and family. The first event is a triathlon – Superhero Tri
Where: Dorney Lane, Windsor
When: 19th August 2017
Time: 8:30am to 6:00pm
There are 3 ways that you and your family can get involved:
1. Take Part
As official partners, we have 18 teams to give away for this trailblazing event. Each team of three will take on a stage each of a Superhero Tri Challenge – that is a swim, a bike and a push/run. See below for your distances.
2. Sidekick Volunteers
We are also looking for an awesome force of super ‘Sidekicks’ to help assist all the Superheroes on the day and help to create a smooth, fun and all-round sensational experience for everyone involved. Please sign up at: http://superheroseries.co.uk/sidekicks-volunteers
3. Come along for a great family day out
These challenges are only the beginning. Set in 450 acres of spectacular parkland, there will be all kinds of entertainment and refreshments for Superheroes, Sidekicks and spectators big and small. The day is being broadcast on Channel 4 and there are a whole host of Celebrities taking part, including our very own #TeamStonegate Celebrity Captain Georgina Hermitage. Georgina will be joined in the Celebrity Superhero by Adam Hills, Kadeena Cox, David Weir, Gordon Reid and many more. Bring your whole family down for a great day out and cheer #TeamStonegate over the line. Parking is free of charge and there will be plenty to see and do.
To find out more visit: http://superheroseries.co.uk/
We are delighted to announce Rio Double Gold Medallist Georgie Hermitage as the captain of Team Stonegate.
Georgie recently attended West Hill school in Leatherhead hosting a Q&A with the children to discuss disability sports and how there are no barriers to getting involved and having fun!
Superhero Series Founder Sophia Warner says: “Today is such an exciting moment for the Superhero Series and I hope that many Superheroes from West Hill School are ready to cape up and show us what is possible! I feel very lucky to have partnered with Stonegate Homes who are gifting so many free places for the local community to attend.”
The Series is for people with all kinds of disabilities to fly solo or join with family and friends to take on unique sporting challenges with as much or as little time and support as they need. “When we heard what local girl Sophia was trying to achieve, we really wanted to be involved”, explains Stonegate Homes’ CEO Jerry Hinds.
As part of our partnership, we are delighted to be able to fund places for local schools, sport groups and individuals in the Surrey Community. Anyone wanting to take part in this unique event can email us at email@example.com for a free place!
Stonegate Homes are proud to work alongside some incredible athletes providing financial support in their quest to reach the top of their respective disciplines.
Jamie is from a well known racing family, with his two brothers and sister riding and his parents running a successful training yard. His most notable successes to date include winning the Scottish Grand National on Al Co in 2014, the Welsh Grand National on Mountainous in 2015, the Tingle Creek (twice!), Queen Mother Champion Chase and Clarence House Chase on Sire De Grugy. You can follow Jamie on twitter here: http://www.twitter.com/jemoore85
Following a scholarship at the prestigious Wentworth Club as a teenager, Liam is now forging his way in the game competing on the Mena Tour and PGA EuroPro. To keep up to date with his progress follow him on twitter:http://www.twitter.com/LiamCrawfyGolf
Hannah started shooting at the age of 12 – She represented Great Britain at the World Championships as a junior for a number of years. After taking a break from shooting and a change of discipline last year 2016, Hannah won the British Open Ladies Sporting title, won Silver at the British Open Ladies Sporttrap championships, Bronze at the World Championship Sporttrap Championships and finished 2nd in the England Rankings.
Founded in 1881, Sutton and Epsom is one of the oldest active Rugby Clubs in England with a proud and magnificent history. We first played against Saracens as far back as 1883/84, as one of their very early opponents, and in 1901 beat Stade Francais on their home turf. Today, the club is one of the largest amateur Rugby Clubs in the Country and from its main ground in Rugby Lane, Cheam, remains run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. We have over 30 teams with 1,200 current and former playing members, plus 1,800 social members.
As a thriving and integrated Club it provides an enormous boost to the community, effectively delivering rugby football to both members and the wider populace. This is without subsidy or financial burden to either ratepayers or taxpayers. We are continually strengthening our rugby offering to current and future players, whilst maintaining financial solvency despite a backdrop of increasing costs and growing social pressures.
We make rugby accessible to all standards and all ages of both sexes and have a growing number of registered players, bucking a trend experienced by many other sports. Our playing strength encompasses Under 5’s through to Veterans. These are supported by a massive network of RFU qualified coaches, managers and other appointed helpers including physiotherapy set-up, staffed by two highly qualified experts in sports injuries, which is the envy of many professional clubs.
In 125 years of existence we have provided a playing forum for tens, if not hundreds of thousands of players. We have developed international and county standard players and supported the development of county level coaches and senior level referees as well as supporting the appointment of many of our members onto the decision making bodes of Surrey RFU and RFU itself.
We currently run 6 adult teams for men, headed by the 1st XV. The Club is very positive and forward-looking – we were one of the first to form a squad for adult ladies. This development has been enormously successful, both in terms of their results and in the atmosphere and vibrancy bought to the Club as a whole and we are at the forefront of the one of the fastest growing sectors of sport nationally.
We have one of the largest and best run mini and junior rugby sectors in the country. The RFU and Sport England have both formally recognised us as quality leaders. England’s victory in 2003 caused a phenomenal growth in mini rugby, which has been sustained. We run 60 strong development groups for those at Under 5 and Under 6. Indeed the RFU national guidelines for children of these ages were based upon our approach and that of Ealing RFC. We run similar sized age groups for both boy and girls at each of the Under 7 to Under 12 age groups, each of which play to a nationally recognised and tailored game format. Coaching, fitness, team spirit and fun are combined with competitive fixtures often in a joint training session with another club or in a Festival of Rugby. http://www.suttonrugby.co.uk