Worcester Warriors Women and The UK Sepsis Trust present:
‘Sepsis Awareness Day’
Sunday 1st December 2019 at Sixways Stadium
Joel Corry • Ben Hughes
StreetVelodrome • Hereford & Worcester Fire & Rescue Service • FlyUp Downhill • The WI
and many fanzone activities
Join Warriors Women and The UK Sepsis Trust in their mission to help raise awareness of sepsis!
A Sepsis Awareness Day will be held at Sixways on 1st December, the day Warriors Women host Bristol Bears Women for a Tyrrells Premier 15s fixture.
The day will be run in partnership with main sponsor The UK Sepsis Trust and will incorporate a host of activities. These include a family fun day in the club’s new fan zone, a chance to experience the StreetVelodrome pop-up cycling track which emulates the thrill of Olympic-style racing, and a mini rugby tournament. On-pitch entertainment, celebrity attendances and musical performances by Joel Corry and Ben Hughes will also be part of the day.
The event’s main aim is to raise awareness of sepsis but it will also be aiming to set a new Tyrrells Premier 15s attendance record!
The UK Sepsis Trust will host a ‘sepsis family’ event during the day, to include staff, ambassadors, fundraisers and supporters, in a dedicated Sepsis Lounge where its charitable objectives and 2020 fundraising opportunities will be presented. The day will also incorporate the Trust’s recently launched ‘Schools Against Sepsis’ programme.
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Companies are also actively encouraged to support the day, with a host of superb hospitality packages and excellent advertising and business networking opportunities available. For more information click here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About The UK Sepsis Trust
Every 3.5 seconds, someone in the world dies of sepsis. In the UK alone, 52,000 people lose their lives to sepsis every year. This is more than breast, bowel and prostate cancer combined. Globally, sepsis claims 6 million lives a year. Yet with early diagnosis it is easily treatable.
The UK Sepsis Trust exists to fight this life-threatening condition, stop preventable deaths and support those affected by sepsis.