On 2nd of May, the staff and residents of St Wilfrid’s Priory were honoured to host an amazing individual; Tracey Stemp. Over a period of 12 months, Tracey completed 12 marathons raising money for the residents at St Wilfrid’s.

On 2nd of May, the staff and residents of St Wilfrid’s Priory were honoured to host an amazing individual; Tracey Stemp. Over a period of 12 months, Tracey completed 12 marathons raising money for the residents at St Wilfrid’s. Tracey managed to raise an amazing £330 for the residents.

“It is such an amazing thing that Tracy did for our residents. I am proud to know Tracy and proud to be part of such an amazing local community.” – Rachel Staker (Home Manager).

It was a wonderful morning filled with smiles as Tracey spoke with the residents and showed off some of the medals she’d won at the marathons. She talked to residents about her training and the importance of training physically and mentally for the marathons.

We at St Wilfrid’s can not thank Tracey enough for this donation. It is with great pleasure that I announce what that kind donation is going to be used for. After a meeting with the residents and some wonderful ideas put forward. It was decided that the money was going to be used to buy a record player. We at OSJCT know just how important music is to our residents and the positive effect it can have on our residents.  

If you have any vinyl records from the 50s onwards and would like to donate them to St Wilfrid’s please feel free to get in contact.