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"We are proud to support the amazing team at Charlotte's Brightside through various initiatives and fundraising".

Our Charity Partner

Charlotte's Brightside

Percy Hughes & Roberts are proud to support Wirral-based charity, Charlotte’s Brightside. Our team are blown away by the dedication and effort the volunteers demonstrate every day to transform the lives of young people and provide much needed support for families in New Brighton and beyond.

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We believe this partnership shows a deep commitment from Percy Hughes & Roberts to invest in the local community, particularly in initiatives that foster the development and well-being of young people.

The collaboration aims to not only provide financial support but also to raise awareness about the crucial work done by Charlotte’s Brightside in nurturing the potential of young individuals in Wirral and surrounding areas. Their dedication to improving the lives of young people is something that deeply aligns with our firm's ethos of community service and support.

Throughout the next year, our team will be providing assistance in a number of ways, including:

  • Organising fundraisers
  • Volunteering
  • Assisting in other ways we can with events throughout the year

Read below to discover more about Charlotte’s Brightside and find out how you can donate.

About Charlotte's Brightside

Charlotte’s Brightside was established in memory of Charlotte Churchill, who tragically lost her life in a car accident. The charity is dedicated to helping and improving the needs of young people by providing recreational and leisure activities.

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The aims of the charity are to advance and relieve the needs of young people through:

a) a provision of recreational and leisure activities, provided in an interest of social welfare designed to improve their conditions in life.

b) by providing support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.

They state:

Our aims are to give children and young people experiences to positively engage them in meaningful activities that will broaden their chances without the usual cost implications. 

We have identified that this support needs to be extended to parents/adults and carers to assist in ‘breaking the cycle’ giving added positive influences to guide people through change and development.

Charlotte’s Brightside are totally self-funded and raise revenue from events, corporate support, their new social supermarket, and bid writing for specific projects. They also arrange fundraising events with the children they work including sponsored walks etc. which helps them develop awareness of their centre and the activities they offer.

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How Can You Help?

Supporting Charlotte’s Brightside is a direct way to make a positive impact in the lives of young people and families in our community. As a self-funded charity, every contribution, big or small, plays a crucial role in sustaining and expanding their valuable work.

You can help their cause by raising awareness of their charity and also by donating directly. 

You can donate via their Local Giving page here -  


  • 1a Hope Street, New Brighton, CH452LN
  • 0151 630 2626

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