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  • 5TH Feb 2013

    Ten year old Joseph Morris of Winstanley, a pupil of St Aidan’s RC Primary School, who plays the tenor horn in the Wigan Beginners Brass Band, raised more than £60 from family and friends by performing a solo concert in aid of his namesake Joseph’s Goal, after winning a Wigan Observer competition to meet Roberto [...]

  • 12TH Jan 2013

    Ray and Barbara Nowell of Bolton, whose son, Andrew is a colleague of Joseph’s dad, Paul at the Wigan Evening Post, donated £230 received from family and friends instead of presents for their ruby wedding anniversary.

  • 12TH Jan 2013

    Former Shevington Moor resident and Latics season ticket holder David Gray donated his £200 winter fuel allowance to Joseph’s Goal after reading that Apprentice star Lord Sugar intended to give his to charity.

  • 22ND Dec 2012

    The Wigan-based group, The Empty Seats, played a gig at the Honeysuckle pub in Poolstock after the Arsenal home game, and donated all the proceeds, including the sale of their own CD.

  • 18TH Dec 2012

    Wigan Junior Latics held their Christmas Party at the DW Stadium, and donated all the proceeds of the evening. Joseph and his family attended.

  • Glenburn Sports College, Skelmersdale, held a Christmas Market and donated all the proceeds of the raffle and the ‘Make a Wish’ Christmas Tree. Joseph and his family attended. Joe and Sam met Father Christmas.

  • 10TH Nov 2012

    Latics fans Carl and Roy walked from the Crown Inn at Worthington to the DW Stadium via the Wigan Grand Arcade before the Latics v West Brom home game doing a bucket collection.

  • 9TH Nov 2012

    At the Junior Latics 30th Anniversary Fundraiser, there was a sale of Joseph’s Goal wristbands.

  • 1ST Nov 2012

    A large number of Joseph’s male family and friends from as far afield as Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester and the Isle Of Man grew sponsored moustaches for ‘Joevember’, including a group from the Wigan Observer and Wigan Evening Post.

  • 5TH Oct 2012

    A sell-out comedy night was held at Newtown Working Mens’ Club, Wigan, starring local comedian, Carl ‘Chunk’ Lawrence, with a percentage of the door and proceeds from the raffle donated.