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Our Singathon Part 3

29th May 2022 - 4pm to 6pm at the Kilo Ziro, 1 Gibb Street, Deritend, B9 4BF

We plan to give back by raising money for the physiotherapy and the urology departments which have been very instrumental to us in our lives.

We need your help! We aim to raise £10,000 by December 2021, but know we can surpass this. Through singing, art and other charity events we plan to make this December as monumental as possible.

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Fundraising events

May 2022

Singathon Part 3

Our signature Singathon event takes place at Kilo Ziro in Digbeth, Birmingham on the 29th May 2022.

May 2022

15th December 2021

Virtual Christmas Concert

We are excited to be a part of this awesome event hosted by Pete Morgan featuring performances from The School of Theatre Excellence, Town Hall Gospel Choir and us the ‘Mowatts’,plus a few special guests that you might recognise.

For more information go to: https://www.bch.org.uk/event/virtual-christmas-concert-2021

15th December 2021

August 2021

Singathon part 2

We hosted another singathon (in-person event) on Saturday 28th August which was slightly different to our first one.


If you missed the first one, feel free to watch it on our YouTube channel>>

August 2021

Monday 19th to 23rd July

‘The Mowatts’ One50 Challenge’ + ‘Self Care’.

‘The Mowatts’ One50 Challenge’ is the government’s target of 150 minutes of physical activity per week.
This will end with a ‘Jump Rope x Burpees event’ on the final day and we would love for you to support us.
As well as challenging our bodies through physical fitness, we believe that we need to care of ourselves. So on Wednesday we will dedicate this day to ‘Self Care’.

Other sports involved are basketball, wrestling, martial arts, and football.

Monday 19th to 23rd July

15th May 2021

Singathon

What happened:

  • Over 42 people watched the live stream
  • We raised £1,301

15th May 2021

Our story...

In the media

28 September 2003
In December 2001, a perilous operation took place in Birmingham to separate three-month-old conjoined twins, Sanchia and Eman Mowatt. They started life in the full focus of the world’s media, such was the rarity of their predicament. What are the 19-year-old sisters who defied the medical odds doing today? There was, medics said, a “slight judder” felt in the operating theatre, and a cheer erupted in the room. At the end of the painstaking 16-hour procedure, the two little girls were separated. They had spent their first three months attached at the spine.

23rd November 2020

In December 2001, a perilous operation took place in Birmingham to separate three-month-old conjoined twins, Sanchia and Eman Mowatt. They started life in the full focus of the world’s media, such was the rarity of their predicament. What are the 19-year-old sisters who defied the medical odds doing today? There was, medics said, a “slight judder” felt in the operating theatre, and a cheer erupted in the room. At the end of the painstaking 16-hour procedure, the two little girls were separated. They had spent their first three months attached at the spine.

Wearing matching pink jackets and white hand-knitted bootees, it is difficult to tell identical twins Sanchia and Eman Mowatt apart.

At four months, they wave their arms and kick their legs in tandem, cry in stereo, share the same hairstyle and are both blessed with big, chocolate-brown eyes.

It does not take long, however, for their very different personalities to emerge. Sanchia is the inquisitive one, whose face breaks into a smile when she sees a stranger. Eman is more reserved, quietly measuring up everyone she meets…

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