Steve Morgan Foundation Christmas party 2023

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A Steve Morgan Foundation Christmas celebration

On Sunday 10th December, we welcomed over 200 children and their families from selected organisations across the region to a children’s Christmas party at Carden Park Hotel.

Our children’s Christmas celebration has been an annual event since 2016 (with the exception of the COVID Christmases) for children’s charities and not-for-profit organisations, as well as some of our Enable grantees. We were delighted to bring the party back to Carden Park Hotel following a visit to the panto last year.

Liam Eaglestone, CEO at the Steve Morgan Foundation said:

“Our Christmas party is a great opportunity for children to come together and celebrate with other youngsters in our community in a safe and fun environment. It was fabulous to be together and see the excitement and joy on the children’s faces.

The wonderful YKids (one of our Associate Charities) lead from the front and we were delighted to be joined by some very special guests including the elves Dash and Gordon, Captain Jack Sparrow, and the tremendous Father Christmas. The children enjoyed a range of activities varying from party games and face painting, to making reindeer food and ‘human’ gift wrapping!

The team at SMF all look forward to our Christmas festivities and it was an absolute pleasure to be able to host this year’s event with support from YKids and the amazing Carden Park Hotel team.”

SMF Christmas party 2023


“We had brilliant time at the Steve Morgan Foundation Christmas party. Thank you so much for inviting us. Merry Christmas to all the SMF staff who worked so hard to ensure everyone had a great time.”

Cerebral Palsy United FC

“Thank you to the Steve Morgan Foundation for inviting our members to your Christmas party. They all had a fantastic time.”

Down Syndrome Cheshire

“Can you please pass on our thanks to everyone for a great day! The children and staff really enjoyed it,  and were in awe of Carden Park!!!

The only improvement we could suggest, could be ear defenders for the adults to use while driving back, some protection from a full bus of hyper energized and happy children singing Christmas songs for an hour. Merry Christmas to all at the Foundation!”

Brighter Futures, Rhyl

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