• Rob Stephenson Trust
  • Rob Stephenson Trust
  • Rob Stephenson Trust

Welcome to the Rob Stephenson Trust

The Trust has been set up by Sam, the brother of Rob Stephenson, who was sadly taken from us whilst enjoying a night out in York with friends.

Rob had so much fun being part of local sports teams that Sam wanted to put something back so other young people could also enjoy these opportunities. We were fortunate enough to have the time and money so that Rob and he could participate fully in the local sports teams. Not all people are that fortunate and we hope the Trust will enable some more young people to be able to participate and enjoy the friendship and camaraderie that sport brings. Rob was never a super star but he was one of those players that all clubs and teams need a 100% commitment and effort player.

The fund will also be available to support those individuals closer to home, with an initial plan to provide netting for Thornton Dale Cricket Club where Rob spent many happy hours in the summer. In addition, as Rob wanted to further his studies abroad, other students can apply for funding to help with books etc. through Newcastle University.

No matter where you are in the world, if you find someone that could do with a leg up to allow them to enjoy sport/education please get in touch.


Forthcoming Events

May
27
Sun
Rob’s Ride @ Malton & Norton RUFC
May 27 all-day
Rob's Ride @ Malton & Norton RUFC | England | United Kingdom

Rob’s Ride for the Rob Stephenson Trust

The aim of the ride is to have fun and hopefully raise some money for the Robert Stephenson Trust. Rob’s charity is to help young people in the UK and all over the world participate in sport and change their lives for the better.

  • The ride starts 9am prompt Sunday 28th May 2018 at Malton & Norton Rugby Club. All good looking people with the correct kit will start at the front. There will be a warm up session at 8.45am and we recommend that you take part. A cycle helmet is essential – no helmet, no ride.
  • Registration will take place from 8.00am at the rugby club.

What you will need?

  • a fully functioning bike in working order (the lighter the better) Mountain bikes and tandems are not good.
  • 1or 2 spare inner tubes.
  • a couple of tyre levers
  • a pump
  • 1or 2 water bottles on the bike
  • a cycle helmet- no helmet, no ride.
  • a mobile phone

The ride will cover some of the Wolds villages, decide which route you want to ride and then just pay on the day. 60km £25, 50km £20 and the shorter 25km – £15. Children free with an adult. There will be drinks and snacks available en-route and supporting vehicles.

Road safety Instructions

  • Riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult throughout the event
  • It is NOT a race, there will be a safety briefing before the start.
  • Helmets are mandatory. No helmets, no ride.
  • Obey the Highway Code at all times.
  • STOP at junctions
  • Never ride more than 2 abreast
  • Ride single file on single track roads
  • Do not use headphones while cycling
  • Use hand signals when turning
  • Do not overtake on a fast downhill
  • do not break hard on a slippery road
  • look behind before you overtake
  • Please read the risk assessment before you ride and sign the disclaimer
  • Have your bike fully serviced before you take part in the ride.”

Remember to….

LAUGH. LIVE. LEARN. PLAY

Jul
5
Thu
The 3 Plots Challenge @ NIAB Caythorpe
Jul 5 – Jul 8 all-day
The 3 Plots Challenge @ NIAB Caythorpe | Leadenham | England | United Kingdom

3 Plots Just Giving Page – Please Donate Today

Open to all, the 3 Plots Challenge is a fun, charity cycle ride for individuals or relay teams of cyclists. Complete as many miles as you feel fit for and help raise money for the Rob Stephenson Trust.

The 3 Plots Challenge is just a personal or team challenge where you set your own target. It could be 5 miles, 1 day or the full 262 miles. The full circular route takes in 3 NIAB field trial centres (hence the name) at Caythorpe in South Lincolnshire, NIAB HQ in Cambridge and Morley in Norfolk, covering a total distance of 262 miles. The route avoids A roads and uses cycle ways where possible and 99% of the route is on tarmac.

3 Plots Finishing Party 8th July from 7pm
Ramada Resort (Grantham), Toll Bar Road, Marston NG32 2HT

Full Details Here (PDF)

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3 Plots Maps (PDF)

3 Plots Maps (Word Doc) 

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3 Plots Application Form (PDF)

3 Plots Application Form (XLS Spreadsheet) 

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3 Plots Sponsorship Form (PDF)

3 Plots Sponsorship Form (XLS Spreadsheet) 

 

 

Our Recent Donations

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Malton v Agrics 2016

A brilliant day thanks to everyone for turning up and particularly those who gave up their time to help, truly fantastic. Over £7,000 was raised which is an unbelievable effort. The Agric’s sneaked a win over Malton and took the country road back to Flares. Those left behind reached for the skies and have promised to fulfil their dreams.  So proud of you all.  Patrick Stephenson

A few kind words…

  • Great day, the atmosphere at the club was a bit special and rightly so.
  • Absolutely fantastic evening and rightly so. Pat you Spoke, Sang, Danced and Haka’d like a God. Memorable for all the right reasons.
  • A lovely evening, proud to support such an amazing event organised by an amazing family.

With special thanks to:

THE ROB STEPHENSON TRUST

LAUGH • LIVE • LEARN • PLAY

Contact Us


info@robstephensontrust.com

Pickering,
United Kingdom

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