On October 1st Becky Rae will be running The Great Scottish Run half marathon in Glasgow to raise funds for the Trust.

Becky writes: “This is a very personal issue for me. A few months ago I think I would have struggled to run a full mile, however after my ex Trimaan Dhillon was found guilty of murdering Alice on the 26th of April 2017, I knew that I wanted to do something to raise awareness of the dangers of controlling and coercive behaviours in relationships.

“Over the past few months I have been training extremely hard to build up my fitness levels and although my primary motivation remains to support The Alice Ruggles Trust, putting my energy into something positive has also really helped me to cope with my own anxiety surrounding these issues.”

Please visit Becky's fundraising page!

The Tur Langton quiz night not only had a great turnout and was enjoyed by all, but also raised more than £1000 for the Trust.

A huge thank you to Paul Johnson for all his work in organising the event.

A fantastic fun day!

The Family Fun Day held at Redheugh Football Club, Gateshead on Sunday 23rd July was a tremendous success, despite the weather not being the best.

Lyndsey, David and Clare did a fantastic job organising the event. The total raised for the Trust, including sponsorship, has now exceeded £2775. In the charity football match, Sky Retentions became the first winners of the Alice Ruggles Memorial Trophy.

Picture: Maxine and Nick at the Trust stand, holding the new Alice Ruggles Memorial Trophy to be presented to the victorious football team

The Prefect Team at Leicester High School for Girls has chosen the Alice Ruggles Trust as their charity of the year. The first big event was the LHSG Charity Day on July 5: the pictures say it all! We are absolutely delighted that the event has raised over £1000 for the Trust.

Meanwhile Trish Formoy, a friend and former colleague of Sue's at Leicester High School for Girls, decided that she could not run marathons herself but would also like to raise money for Women's Aid — by playing golf!

Alice's cousin Suzy Mather has climbed Ben Nevis in memory of "my beautiful cousin", raising £500 in sponsorship for the Suzy Lamplugh Trust's National Stalking Helpline Appeal.