Updated: Wednesday, 3rd June 2020 @ 3:06pm

Warehouse Project to the rescue! WHP mastermind offers backstage passes in bid to help SuperJosh charity

Warehouse Project to the rescue! WHP mastermind offers backstage passes in bid to help SuperJosh charity

| By Sian Broderick

The mastermind behind the Warehouse Project is giving a birthday boost to a Bury charity by offering two free tickets to his superclub.

Sacha Lord announced on Twitter last night that he would give two followers the chance to hang out backstage and meet their 'favourite artist' if they re-tweeted a poster from Bury’s SuperJosh Charity.

The organisation, which boasts nearly 40,000 Twitter followers, is approaching its first year anniversary, which coincides with brave Joshua’s 14th birthday.

 

Bury teen Joshua Wilson, 13, also known as SuperJosh, was left partially blind and disabled following intrusive surgery to remove a brain tumour when he was just three years old.  

Joshua’s tumour is classed as frozen at present, but the teen’s spine is severely deformed, meaning he needs round-the-clock care from his parents.

In June last year his mother Dawn Fidler left her job in sales and marketing to set up the Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity, affectionately known as the SuperJosh Charity, to help other parents in her situation.

To celebrate the birthday, SuperJosh will be hosting a superhero-themed party at the Village Urban Resort hotel in Bury on Saturday August 9.

Tickets cost £15 for adults and £5 for children, and guests are asked to wear their very own superhero attire for the event, which will include a BBQ buffet and several raffles with unique prizes.

Main image courtesy of nickolay pirogov, with thanks.