Main Features Interviews Forums Shop Links Contacts

Visitor Info
TT History
TT Map

Joey Dunlop Foundation Newsletter January 2011.

Author: The Joey Dunlop Foundation
Posted on: Thursday, Jan 20 2011

After 10 years of fundraising, we have finally achieved our goal and now have three self-contained disabled accessible apartments, each offering luxury self –catering accommodation.

Unfortunately, there remains a misunderstanding that the facilities at Braddan Bridge House are for people who received motorsport injuries and that we will only be open during the summer months.

The facilities are available to anyone with special needs, we are encouraging people of all ages to stay at Braddan Bridge House.

Our ‘Target ‘for 2011 is to encourage special need schools and similar organisations to visit the Isle of Man, stay at Braddan Bridge House , enjoy the island scenery and attractions.

Like all Charities , fund raising is always on going and the true key to our success is when we can place the ‘No Vacancy Signs’ in our window on a regular basis .

We do encourage group bookings and will consider reduced tariffs for special cases.

With accommodation available from £200 per week, we are able to maintain these low tariffs providing we continue to receive the on-going support from local businesses and loyal supporters.

Are you able to nominate JDF for the proceeds of a dress down day ????

Enquires and reservations have exceeded our expectations, however we need to ensure that the news about JDF is conveyed to a wider audience both on and off the island.

Braddan Bridge House is an unique facility in memory of a great man and I ask that you spread the word as it will give the JDF committee no greater pleasure than to see the house full all year .

Reservations’ and further information can be obtained via our website or simply send me an e mail.

Kevin Quirk

View all news articles

© TT Website All Rights Reserved