12 Apr 13
World Cup winner and former England rugby captain Phil Vickery gave one of his inspirational team talks when he visited an inner-city Birmingham school.
|Applicant organisation||Project name||Project classification||Date opened||Wooden Spoon's commitment|
|St Edmund's Catholic Primary School||Eco Zone & Memorial Garden||Sensory Gardens / Rooms||In Progress||£8,000|
|Fountains High School||Sensory Room||Sensory Gardens / Rooms||12 Jun 12||£12,000|
|Focus Birmingham||Young People's Hub||Buildings & Extensions||19 Mar 12||£30,000|
|Jane Lane School||Vocational Training Centre||Buildings & Extensions||27 Apr 10||£11,000|
|Home-Start||Fit out Children's Contact Suite||Equipment and Activity Aids||22 Apr 10||£20,000|
|Reynalds Cross School||Play Area equipment||Equipment and Activity Aids||10 Sep 07||£21,000|
|Tiny Tim Children's Centre,||Extension to house Exercise Room||Buildings & Extensions||24 Oct 03||£40,000|
|Teenage Cancer Trust Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital||Welburn Hall School, Teenage Cancer Unit||Buildings & Extensions||1 Oct 99||£208,000|
|Birmingham Women's Hospital Foundation||Birmingham Women's Hospital Foundation, Foetal blood-gas analysers||Equipment and Activity Aids||1 Jun 98||£12,000|
|NSPCC, Boole House Children's Centre||NSPCC, Boole House Children's Centre, Provision of room in new Centre||Buildings & Extensions||1 Jan 97||£30,000|
|Local Health Authority, Solihull||Local Health Authority, Solihull, Pre-school Clinic and Home Teaching Centre||Buildings & Extensions||1 Jan 94||£451,900|
|Castlecroft Trust RFU Referees' National Centre of Excellence||Castlecroft Trust RFU Referees' National Centre of Excellence, Wheelchair facili||Sports and Activity Areas||1 Jan 93||£37,400|
David John Duckham was born in Coventry, June 28, 1946. He spent his club days playing for Coventry for 12 seasons between 1967 and 1979 and was the first team Captain from 1972-74. He also played for Warwickshire and captained the County team in 1972-73 and 1973-74. He made his International debut against Ireland on Saturday, 8th February 1969. David quickly established himself as one of England's best left wingers. In total he won 36 caps between 1969 and 1976, touring to Fiji and NZ in 1973, with his final game being against Scotland at Murrayfield. Overall, he scored 10 tries. He also played for the Lions on the 1971 tour of Australia and New Zealand in the Lions only ever victory over the Kiwis and scored a record six tries in one provincial match. In 1977 David was awarded the MBE for services to rugby and is now a popular after dinner speaker.