On this day, 24th October 2004, Premier League club Arsenal finally lost to Manchester United to end their unbeaten record of 49 matches.
This year saw Red Lane take part in it’s second Race for Life event after a successful year last year. Race for Life is a series of fundraising events, organised by British charity Cancer Research UK. They involve running, jogging or walking a 5-kilometre course and raising sponsorship for doing so. The money raised funds … Read moreRace for Life
We have now entered the final week of this half term and it’s sure to be an action packed week. Highlights this week are: – Winter Watch assembly with Mr Bagley- remember to keep bringing your donations in this week for this worth while cause– the more donations we get, the more we help people … Read moreWeek 7 @ Red Lane
The mighty Red Lane Cross Country Team will set out again this afternoon in search of victory against over 200 pupils from a wide variety of other schools in Bolton. Last week every member of the team improved their position from the last race, with 2 members entering the top 50!! Come on Red Lane!!
Good luck to our football team tonight in their football tournament at St Catherine’s Academy.
On this day, 12th September 1913, Jesse Owens was born.
On this day, 17th August 1977, football great Thierry Henry was born. Thierry Daniel Henry- born 17 August 1977, is a retired French professional footballer, who played as a forward. He played for Monaco, Juventus, Barcelona, New York Red Bulls and spent eight years at Arsenal where he is the club’s all-time record goal scorer. … Read moreFact of the Week
Did you know that on this day, 16th August 2008, Usain Bolt set a new 100m World Record in the Beijing Summer Olympics with a time of 9.69seconds?
On this day, 13th August 1970, Alan Shearer was born. Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is an English retired footballer. He played as a striker in the top level of English league football for Southampton, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and for the England national team. He was widely regarded as one of … Read moreFact of the Week
On this day, 5th July 1935, British tennis player Fred Perry, won the 55th Wimbledon Tennis Tournament. Frederick John “Fred” Perry (18 May 1909 – 2 February 1995) was a championship-winning English tennis and table tennis player who won 10 Majors including eight Grand Slams and two Pro Slams single titles, as well as six Major … Read moreFact of the Week