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Lisa, like her dad Clive, was a huge soccer fan. Before she was born, England won the World Cup in 1966. Over the years Clive has collected the signatures of all the England players in the World Cup Squad–22 in total–plus Sir Alf Ramsey, and had them beautifully framed. As a way of celebration of the World Cup win the Royal Garden Hotel in London–where England celebrated their victory–are holding a silent auction of memorabilia to raise funds for the Bobby Moore Cancer Reasearch fund. Clive has donated this piece seen below, with the sale proceeds being equally split between The Bobby Moore fund and The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund.


This really is a one off piece of football memorabilia measuring 45″ x 23′.
Bids can be made and other items for sale can be seen at

The Royal Garden Hotel has opened the Bobby Moore bar for the month of July to celebrate the occasion.


A collection of Saints 1976 FA Cup memorabilia has been sold on Ebay with the money benefitting the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund.

A shirt signed by several of the team including captain Peter Rodrigues and manager Lawrie McMenemy, a programme from the match, and other items were sold along with a print of the winning goal called “All Saints Day”.
The print was signed by the late great Peter Osgood, Lawrie McMenemy, David Peach, Hughie Fisher and man of the match Jim Steele.


Well after 13 years of fun in the sun we have sold our beautiful Cranchi sports cruiser, Lisathedaddy. Ordered at the Boat Show in 2002 and launched on Lisa’s birthday March 15th 2003, we shipped her to Florida in 2008. So many happy memories and we think over 100 people have enjoyed days out on her; dolphin running, manatee watching, fishing, and drinking. She now moves to a new home on Longboat key where the new owners live.
The new owners kindly donated $1000 to Lisa’s charity when they heard her story.
Happy days everyone, no tears just great memories. Enjoy the photos.




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This year, instead of sponsoring the Lisa Wilson Golf Day, SES Autoparts will be sponsoring the New Forest Marathon and encouraging people to raise money for the charity through one of the several events taking place on the day. The event will take place on Sunday September 11th  at the New Forest Showground just outside Brockenhurst in Hampshire.

The New Forest Marathon is so much more than just a marathon; there is a half marathon, 10k, and 5k event, as well as a woodland walk and children’s fun run.

There is also the SES Corporate team challenge for teams of four — male, female or mixed teams can enter.

On top of this there is live music and many vendors selling goods, plus SES have a corporate area for light refreshments. Full details can be found at www.newforestmarathon.co.uk

SES are pleased to be able to offer a discount to friends of the charity;

For individuals invited by SES a 10% discount off the non affiliated entrants fee will be applied in the main competitions. You must enter SESRUN at the checkout stage.

For teams entering the SES corporate challenge an 18% discount will be applied. You must enter the code SESTEAMRUN at the checkout stage.

All entries can be made by visiting www.newforestmarathon.co.uk and following the sign up instructions. You will also be able to see more useful information about the event. The team entry needs the information from all four runners before it can be entered. Discounts will be applied at the checkout stage using the codes above.

Feel free to run for fun but we would encourage you to run on behalf of our nominated charity, The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund. 

If you wish to run for the LWSF, you can download a sponsorship/gift aid form here –> Sponsorship Form.pdf 

You can also donate to the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund by visiting our page at www.virgingivingmoney.com

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On November 21st Lisa’s Class of ’95 at Hounsdown School, Totton had a school re-union and  fundraiser to raise money for the charity. It was also an opportunity to recognise their school mates who had not lived to see the event – seven students have died since they left Hounsdown in 1995. The event was attended by over one hundred people at Totton and Eling Social Club, including the parents of some of the deceased youths. The Band Driftwood were the main turn and provided great music on the night, supported by Joey Brenig-Jones and Mike Vaughn. The event was presented by Lynne White–whose idea it was to hold the event–and Clive Wilson, who also spoke about the charity. The entry fees and raffle and DVD sales helped bring the money raised on the night to  £1220; a great effort and many thanks to all concerned.

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