The Annual Bodie Hodges Sports Dinner

8th March 2018

It's been a while since we wrote about the Bodie Hodges Foundation and the amazing achievement of Bodie's family in raising money to fund a holiday home for families facing the loss of a child. In 2012 our ex-colleague Nick Hodges and his wife set out to raise money to provide a holiday home to give respite for families-after sadly losing their 10 month old son Bodie in a choking accident. In October 2016 they achieved their goal of creating a lasting legacy in Bodie's memory with the opening of 'Bodie's Boathouse'.

But it doesn’t end there……the fund-raising continues and next on the calendar is the 2018 Sports Dinner on Thursday 22nd March. This year’s star guest is the legendary boxer, Frank Bruno, along with Britain’s Got Talent star, magician, Jamie Raven. The event takes place at Walford Road Stadium, the home of Leicester Tigers.

If you would like to enjoy a great evening and help raise funds in the process, contact Paul Taylor on 0775 360 7641. Or email paul.taylor@bodiehodgesfoundation.co.uk

The Bodie Hodges Foundation is a Registered charity, number 1151053.


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