The Survivors Assistance Network team at the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball were proud to have been nominated in the category of ‘Charity of the Year’ in the Warrington Guardian Inspiration Awards 2017. The team were nominated by Lorraine Bold, a survivor of the 1993 IRA Warrington attack which led to the deaths of Tim and Johnathan and inspired Colin and Wendy Parry to set up the Foundation.
The nomination was in recognition of the work of the SAN team to support victims of terrorism particularly in the aftermath of the recent attacks in Manchester and London. The team attended a wonderful gala dinner at the Warrington Wolves stadium with a host of other inspiring local figures.
Terry O’Hara, Service Manager for the Survivors Assistance network said, “It was a real privilege to be included amongst so many amazing groups and individuals who have done so much for the communities of Warrington and beyond. I must pay tribute to the hard work of SAN Caseworkers, Donna Craine and William Roberts, together with our Mental Health Consultant, Nikki Lester and researcher Vicki Brown without whom, this would not have been possible.”