Best in Bury’s SuperJune for SuperJosh
Best in Bury was established by Steven Hilton on Bury market in 1991 selling Fresh fish, Shellfish, Poultry, Game and Eggs.
Steve and the team at Best In Bury Foods are huge supporters of The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity, and work hard to help raise awareness and funds for the charity.
This month they have created a Super June package in recognition of SuperJosh and will be making a donation directly to SuperJosh’s charity for every SuperJune pack sold.
The Super June pack contains: 500g Lean Best Steak Mince, 2 Tender Sirloin Steaks, 2 Texas Ranch Sirloin Steaks, 4 Fresh Pork Steaks, 4 Spicy Pork Steaks,2 Piri Piri Oil Chicken Breasts, 2 Fresh Chicken Breasts, BBQ Mighty Meaty Pork Ribs, 5 Fresh and Tasty Steak Kebabs, 5 Best In Bury Steak Burgers, 5 Chinese Chicken Portions, 5 Garlic Chicken Portions, 4 Minty Leg Lamb Chops, 4 Gammon Steaks, Large Tray of Quality Farmhouse Sausages – All for £39.99!!
Steven Hilton, Managing Director of Best in Bury, said “Josh was a local Bury lad and we have keenly followed his journey for some time. We are proud of his legacy and his charity and want to be able to help the Charity to support more families. Super Josh and Super June seemed like a great fit. It also helps us to raise awareness as well as money.”
“We have supported Josh’s charity in the past with cash and by donating meat and food products. We are also going to hold a Family Fun Day in aid of the Charity in August.”
Steven hopes to sell ‘hundreds’ of the SuperJosh Super June meat packs
Dawn Fidler, Founder of The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity and Josh’s Mum, said “Yet more amazing support from our great friends at Best in Bury Foods. Thank you so much to Steven and the team for their enthusiasm and involvement!”
Pictured are Steven Hilton of Best in Bury and Dawn Fidler of The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity:
The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity relies on the support of local people to enable to provide the services offered.
Joshua was 3 ½ when he was diagnosed with a brain stem tumour. Life-saving surgery to remove the tumour left Josh with serious post-operative complications.
On Josh’s 13th Birthday in 2013, Josh and his mum, Dawn, launched the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity with the aim of helping other families living with childhood brain tumours and post-operative complications. The charity, The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity, went on to raise £100,000 in its first year of existence.
From Christmas 2013 Dawn was told seven times in eight months her son only had 48 hours to live. Josh defied all odds, and turned 14 in August of 2014 but sadly died in November.
Since his passing, Dawn and Josh’s other family members have maintained their commitment to his Charity and have remained active and engaged with all of the charity’s supporters.
To make a donation to the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity you can: –
Donate by text: To donate £5 right now, text SJBT13 followed by £1, £2, £5 or £10 to 70070
Donate online: visit www.joshwilson.org.uk and click on Please Donate Here