OLLY Olympics 31st July 2019 The double decker bus from HAPPY AL’S BIRKENHEAD picked up 72 from Anson Street to take them to Birkenhead Park for OLLY’S Annual Olympics. We had over 100 altogether that turned out for this event. OLLY would like to thank The Queens Hotel in Birkenhead. Every year Joan shows […]
Families Fighting for Justice as you will read from the link attached https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/great-grandmother-lost-three-family-16497199 O.L.L.Y (Our Lost Love Years) over these past few years has grown rapidly in numbers this is because it is unique in the kind of support it offers to children who have lost a loved one to acts of homicide or culpable […]
Families Fighting for Justice are extremely honoured to have been chosen by the Police Federation (Merseyside) as their chosen charity for their 2019 ‘Black Tie Dinner Event’ which will be held at The Crowne Plaza, Princes Dock, Liverpool on Thursday 7th November 2019. This event will be an amazing evening. Tickets are £55 per head […]
The OLLY children had one amazing time at Broadway Function Rooms on Sunday 14th April 2019. There was the Easter bunny. Olly. Molly. The Magic Dragon walking around the function room where the party was held greeting all the children and dancing with them on the dance floor. OLLY and the OLLY team and […]
OLLY ‘From Little Acorns…………….. Big Oak Trees Grow’. OLLY our children’s group has gone from strength to strength. It is a true saying ‘you only get out what you put in’. With OLLY the dedicated, committed, loyal team of volunteers and the Leader of OLLY, Beverley Awang who has helped bring OLLY to where […]
Our Lost Love Years (OLLY) was created by Joseph, a young boy who lost his mother to murder.
OLLY provides children and young people who have suffered the loss of a loved one through acts of violence and also children from communities across merseyside with support and a range of activities designed at helping them to re-gain the fun in their lives and help them re-establish and make friendships following their traumatic experiences.
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