Bee-lieve Foundation

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Upcoming events

11th September

ShyneFest Music Festival

Where? Apps Court Farm, Walton on Thames, KT12 2EG      


Time?  12 noon onwards


What is it? A family orientated music festival featuring games, stalls, attractions, food, drink & great music for all                                  


Who can come? Everyone welcome!

19th September

Bee-lieve in Boots Day

Where? London Irish training ground, Hazelwood Dr, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 6QU

Time? 1.00—4.30pm

What is it? A fun day of rugby skills, games, activities, meet the players, watch the Women’s first XV play, stalls, games, food and drink

Who can come? All young people from age 4—18...and parents to join for support and refreshments.

3rd October

Liam runs The London Marathon for Bee-lieve

Where? London (race starts in Greenwich and finishes on The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.


What is it? The world's most famous marathon race passing the many famous London landmarks.

Who can come? Team Beelieve will be out in force to cheer Liam on. Everyone welcome to join us!


Meet the Marathon Super Six

"I feel very honoured and proud that these guys all volunteered to join me on my quest to raise awareness of children’s mental health."

Steve Tindall

Event Organiser Steve Tindall gives the lowdown on his crack team of super-fit walkers. Click the button below to find out more.


In the midst of the dreadful Coronavirus world pandemic, there has never been a more important period in our lifetimes to support the mental health of our nation. This is particularly relevant for children who have been trying to cope with months of social isolation from their friends.


 Bee-lieve Foundation is here to provide that invaluable support for children and their families as we all desperately try to re-adjust to a very different world.


Please support us in our work to ensure our children have the best possible opportunity to bounce back swiftly and fully from the after-effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.


Visit our Just Giving page by clicking on the button below. If you wish to talk to us about a potential partnership or sponsorship, please use the contact details at the bottom of the page; we would be delighted to hear from you.


Mental Health Matters.


Thank you for your support.