Thank You to Kilton Forest Golf Club

What an amazing evening at Kilton Forest Golf Club following their Captains Charity Golf Day. The golf day marked the end of Club Captain Lee Eyre’s fundraising activities for the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation and we are so incredibly grateful to Lee for selecting our Foundation as his Charity to support throughout his time as Club Captain.

Bailey was invited along to the presentation evening to receive a cheque for the phenomenal amount of £3,304.60 where he was also given the opportunity to say ‘Thank you’ say a few words about the Foundation, followed by an impromptu performance of ‘Sweet Caroline’ and an interesting story about his only golf experience alongside his golf mentor ‘Grandad Ken’.

We were given the warmest of welcomes by everyone at the golf club and it really was an absolute pleasure and privilege to meet such an amazing group of people and be part of their evening. We must also thank Simon for playing Baileys music requests giving him the opportunity to enjoy some typical Saturday night out dancing with his partner in crime ‘Uncle John’.

Sending a truly heartfelt thank you to Lee and everyone who has been involved with supporting his fundraising activities. Your kindness and generosity really does mean so much!

Be More Tri Swimming Sessions Starting Soon

It is with great excitement that we are able to announce the return our ‘Be More Tri’ Junior Tri Club sessions.

We are delighted to have secured a permanent home for the Club at Bircotes Leisure Centre (DN11 8EF), with swimming sessions taking place every Sunday 1pm-2pm starting on 7th November 2021.

The Club will provide the opportunity for children and young people of all abilities aged 7+ to get involved in the exciting sport of triathlon.

If you are interested in booking a free introductory swimming session, please register your interest at:

Or if you wish to contact us for further information by email, please contact us at:

We would like to take this opportunity to thank BPL and Bircotes Leisure Centre for their continued support.

Thank You to Bassetlaw Health Services Sports and Social Club

Sending a heartfelt thanks to the Bassetlaw Health Services Sports and Social Club for their incredibly kind and generous donation of £1200.

After over 40 years of organising trips, events and social opportunities for NHS staff across the Doncaster and Bassetlaw sites, it was incredibly to sad to hear that the Sports and Social Club had taken the difficult decision to close. The remaining funds held by the Club have been donated to a number of Charities, and the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation is incredibly grateful to be one of those Charities selected by the Committee.

I understand that many of the Committee members have been involved with the Club for much of the 40 years that it has been in existence, all giving their time on an entirely voluntary basis. All of us here at the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation are sending our Best Wishes for the future to all of the Committee Members and we thank you for your support of our Foundation.

Rafi Selected for Great Britain – 100m RaceRunning

We are incredibly proud to share the amazing news that Rafi Solaiman has been selected to represent Great Britain at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai in November 2019. Rafi will be competing in the 100m RR3 RaceRunning event, and we all wish him lots of luck with his training as he prepares for the championships.


(Photo Credit: Shelly Richmond)

Bell Plumbing and Heating vs Bell Electrical Ryder Cup Golf Day

We are incredibly grateful to have been the chosen charity for the Bell Plumbing & Heating vs Bell Electrical Ryder Cup Golf Day 2019. Bailey had the pleasure of meeting everybody on the day and we would like to thank Colin, Daniel and Graham for inviting him along along to speak about the charity and for their amazing fundraising efforts. An incredible £2,500 was raised and we would like to thank everyone that was involved with the event for their support and generosity.

Well Done to #TeamBailey at Superhero Tri

Great day at Superhero Tri where Bailey was a Celebrity Team Captain bringing home his team on the run leg following a fantastic swim by Katie (Luke’s TA who stepped up to do the swim leg after Luke fell ill before the start), and a top effort on bike by Lorenzo.

Bailey also completed an individual sprint event with his trusty sidekick Uncle Johnny!

Coast to Coast Fundraiser

We are incredibly proud of this amazing group of friends, who embarked on a 136 mile coast to coast cycle event raising funds for the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation.

Justin, Christina, Deniz, Sal and Paul’s phenomenal effort raised almost £6,000 for the charity.

Thank you for your hard work both organising and completing the event and thank you to everyone who donated so generously.

Team BMB Runners Complete Retford Half Marathon

Well done, congratulations and a huge thank you to Ann Bale, Staisha Bale, Carl Noble, James Crabb & Jack Constantine who all completed the Retford Half Marathon raising funds for the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation. Fantastic effort!!!! We were proud to see all of you cross the finish line, and better still to see all of you still smiling.

Joshua Aims for Junior Parkrun!

The Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation are proud to have been able to help Joshua’s family purchase a new RaceRunner for him. Joshua’s family had already worked hard fundraising for this special equipment and our grant enabled them to reach their target.  We are delighted to share a video of Joshua enjoying his new RaceRunner. 
Joshua has already set himself his first goal of completing a Junior Parkrun!!
Good luck Josh! We look forward to following your progress and seeing you achieve your goal!!



Rafi Receives his RaceRunner!

We are pleased to introduce our most recent grant recipient – Rafi Solaiman.

Rafi is involved in the sport of RaceRunning and needed a new RaceRunning bike to continue to progress within the sport.

The Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation is delighted to have provided a grant to fund Rafi’s new equipment and is looking forward to following Rafi’s progress – good luck in your quest to reach the Paralympic Games!!

Meet our new charity patron

We are proud to announce that the BeMoreBailey Charitable Foundation has an amazing new patron, para-triathlete George Peasgood. George was the youngest paratriathlon medalist ever when he won a bronze at the ITU World Championships in 2013 when he was just seventeen years old. He was also the youngest member of the paratriathlon team in his first Paralympic Games in Rio.

He is also a fan of cheesecake🧀🍰!!!!!!

We would like to thank George for his support of our charity and welcome him to #TeamBeMoreBailey!

Big Thanks to the Worksop Harriers!

Bailey was invited to the Worksop Harriers Presentation Evening to talk about his charity’s hopes and aspirations, and as usual, he delighted the audience with his inspiring enthusiasm.

The Worksop Harriers very kindly donated all of the money raised on the evening from the raffle with a total of £416.00 going to the Be More Bailey Charitable Foundation.

A huge thank you to the Worksop Harriers and all those who organised the raffle, contributed prizes and bought raffle tickets.