Five – a – side tournament, Wycombe Rye Lido, June 2018

Fifth year RNCC is hosting this charity sporting event ( Five – a – side tournament on Saturday, June 23rd from 9am to 6pm ) at Wycombe Rye Lido, Off Bassetsbury Lane, High Wycombe, HP11 1QX. More info on Facebook

Five – a – side tournament, Wycombe Rye Lido, June 2017

Fourth year RNCC is hosting this charity sporting event ( Five – a – side tournament on Saturday, June 24th from 9am to 6pm ) at Wycombe Rye Lido, Off Bassetsbury Lane, High Wycombe, HP11 1QX.

TRANCE Stage performances by Padmashree Shobana, London, October 2016

‘Trance – Dancing Drums’ is one of the greatest works by a renowned dancer and a Padmasree awardee – Ms. Shobhana Chandrakumar. It is a dancing drama fused with rhythm, light and colours, poetry and traditional Indian dance form – Bharathanatyam. This show revolves around the mythology of Hindu deity – Lord Shiva, incarnation of Lord Vishnu and also Mary Magdalene. It is complemented with a blend of Indian classical, Qawali, Bollywood and Electronic music. The visual imagery and music of the show takes the audience to a state of Trance.

 

RNCC in collaboration with Vedagram UK Ltd (https://vedagram.uk/) presented this show in 2 stages in UK as a fund raiser. A mesmerising show was staged at Great Hall, Queen Mary University of London and Waterside theatre, Aylesbury in October 2016. Around 2000 people watched this spellbound performance and supported us.

Charity Inaugration, London

The inauguration of the Ryan Ninan Children’s Charity (RNCC) was held on 23rd May with a memorial prayer on Ryan’s 8th birthday. It was attended by Rev Jose Punamadam and Rev. Samson Abraham, together with friends and family.

Fundraising Events

RNCC’s fundraising events help support children living with cancer and to make sure every family has the support they need for every step of their journey. Everything we do helps to ensure families caring for a child with life limiting illness make the most of their precious time together.

Skydive for Charity

RNCC’s fundraising events help support children living with cancer and to make sure every family has the support they need for every step of their journey. Everything we do helps to ensure families caring for a child with life limiting illness make the most of their precious time together.

It was the first time that I’d convinced myself for an adventure of this magnitude. It sent shivers up and down my spine the moment I knew I was going. I am glad that I could jump with Kithu (Ryan) brimming in my heart and thanks to him for making it so easy and amazing for me. By far it has been the most exhilarating experiences in my life.

 

I did the tandem sky dive at GoSkyDive, Salisbury on 11th July 2015 along with few of my work colleagues and friends. It was a bright and sunny morning when we arrived at the center. We were booked in for induction, safety instructions, training etc the normal procedures. By the time it was close to our turn the weather started to go up and down and suddenly it was grey and overcast. They had called off all the flights and asked us to re-book on a different day. We were already in our jumpsuits but had to remove until further notification came. We were quite disappointed but at the same time rock determined. We waited for 5-6 hours and the weather like a magic lightened up.

 

In no time we were back in our jump suits and we made our way to our maiden free fall in the new flashy Cessna Super Cargomaster. We were all stacked up like fishes with our heat revving faster than the propeller blades of the plane, adrenaline was at its peak. By law one should only jump in tandem with an instructor. I opted for a cameraman too who filmed my downfall (sic). In 10-12 minutes the aircraft climbed to 15000 ft and the door to heaven opened. What followed next was the best 60 seconds of my life – the Free Fall. We were tearing through clouds at 125 mph, I could feel the cold air gushing through my nostrils, it was really exciting. The excitement died as soon as the instructor deployed the parachute at 5000 ft and soon we were found floating and hanging around in the air. Few minutes later we touched ground safely.    

 

It was literally a breath taking experience which can not be expressed in words. One needs to experience it to acknowledge it. Now, putting the adventure aside the ultimate aim of this jump was to raise funds for RNCC which, I believe, I could fulfill to the best of my ability by raising £550 – As they say every little helps.  A big thanks to all those who supported me in this expedition. Really appreciate it!!!

Akesh Nair

Trutee

5-A-SIDE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT 2015

RNCC’s fundraising events help support children living with cancer and to make sure every family has the support they need for every step of their journey. Everything we do helps to ensure families caring for a child with life limiting illness make the most of their precious time together.

Charity partner of Musical Dance Drama by Padmashree Shobhana

‘Krishna’ is a dance-drama, choreographed by Ms. Shobana Chandrakumar – a celebrated Indian dancer and a Padmashree winner actor. It is a two and a half hour show commemorating the chronicles of Hindu deity – Lord Krishna. It is a collage of classical, folk and contemporary dance forms to enthral the audience from all walks of life. Technical part was designed by world acknowledged hands. Sound engineering was done by the Oscar winner – Mr. Resul Pookutty. Voice-overs were in English, targeting the international audience – done by renowned Bollywood personalities such as Surya Selvaraj, Konkona Sen, Shabana Azmi, Nanditha Das, Prabhu, Radhika and Milind Soman.

RNCC had the privilege to associate with Vedagram UK Ltd (https://vedagram.uk/) to organise 2 shows in UK as a fund raising event. Shobhana’s team gave a dazzling performance at Colosseum, Watford and Athena, Leicester in May 2015. Around 2000 people came in to make this event a successful one. It was a visual feast for everyone.

 

5-A-SIDE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT 2014

Our 2014 5-A-SIDE tournament was held on Saturday 21st June at The Rye Park, HighWycombe,Buckinghamshire.We had a great tournament with overwhelming participation from the local community and friends.The tournament was organised in two leagues with 7 senior teams and 6 junior teams.There were no shortage of tackles and defending, with the enthusiastic crowd cheering for their favourite teams.There were food stalls offering exotic delicacies, crafts and game stalls.

Main sponsors for this tournament were TESCO, Pricol Technologies, Travel to Kerala and Allied Financiers, without their support the tournament would not have been a success.

WYCOMBE HALF MARATHON

Chris Lamb, Suzie Lamb, Cathy Adkins and Joe Pepper participated in Wycombe Half Marathon. It was an emotional tribute to Ryan and raised funds for RNCC.

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