Sadie Bristow Foundation


Lockdown Challenges!

Week 3 Challenge

Hi everyone, something a bit different this week for the children to get involved in. Allergy awareness is a big part of the foundation; so we are having a allergen baking week. Can be gluten; diary; nut or egg free - challenge to make something complete without any of those.  

Send in your pictures and videos or post on social media. We have had some lovely people design an allergy reciepe/baking book which they have donated to the foundation; we wish to include some of your reciepes in this which will be send out to on sale as a book soon. Enjoy baking!

Week 2 Challenge

Over the next 4 weeks we will be sending out, as will the schools, a weekly at home excercise and skills participation. Great if you could take part and please do send in pictures; post videos and pictures online 



The daily challenge chart you can also send in to [email protected] at the end of the week and we will be sending out various goodies

Junior clubs will reatart as soon as we can and we will keep you updated. The home sessions will go out every Monday. This weeks PDF is attached and a video insight can be seen here

Wishing you all well and hope to see you getting involved

Stewart and Kati


Sadie Bristow Foundation Tennisathon - a wonderful event!

See the latest video, pics and tributes from this amazing event. INCLUDING the announcement of the winner!

Click Here!

See the latest video from Clare Bristow - 25th October here


Since the Sadie Bristow Foundation began, we have been encouraging children from primary schools to get active through our schools’ programme at the schools themselves and Bridge Tennis Club. The activities involve physical exercise, athletics and tennis. The hundreds of children would not have engaged in these activities if it wasn't for the Foundation - just one of our many great achievements!


Children receiving the programme are from Chartham Primary and Bridge & Patrixbourne Primary schools and the sessions provide up to 15 hours per week in each school. However, we have also done taster sessions at St Stephen’s in Canterbury, Loose Primary in Maidstone and St Peter's Primary in Canterbury. Furthermore, we have helped with competition days in many schools around Kent, such as Deal Parochial School and Herne Bay.

So far the Foundation has supported over 500 children, mostly 4 – 10 year olds - a fantastic achievement, especially considering that this has all happened in a relatively short period of time.


Along with the Schools’ Programme, we have been to several tennis clubs across the South to promote the Foundation and allergy awareness – our other main aim.


We recommend everyone to have a look at The Sadie Bristow Foundation Website which has lots of information on it, such as allergy awareness and allergy education.  The link is:


If you wish to contact the Foundation, here are Clare's details below:


[email protected]

"Don't be afraid to be great"

Charity No: 1182525