"Fantastic accommodation for the disabled and able- bodied visitor"
"Outstanding, 'home from home'"
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"Lovely accomadation great staff"
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"An excellent facility for the disabled"
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"Great - we will be back"
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The Joey Dunlop Foundation (established 2001) is an Isle of Man Charity whose main aim has always been to create specialist accommodation that will open up the Isle of Man to visitors with disability. Braddan Bridge House, located in the islands capital, Douglas, hosts apartments available for the needs of all disabled guests and allow them to experience the beauty of the island and the excitement of the TT street-bike races.
The Joey Dunlop Holiday Home was formally opened on the 6th June 2010 by Linda Dunlop accompanied by John McGuinness and we are proud to bear the name of one of the TT's most famous riders - our charity caries his spirit and fortitude and represents the very best for disabled visitors. The JDF is run by experienced staff, many of whom are ex-racers themselves, who through injury or misfortune and perfectly qualified to fulfil the needs of the guests.
On this site you can see what we do, look around the accomodation, and make reservations for a stay. There is also a merchandise section where you can support the charity or make a simple donation through the contact page.
Thank you to all the loyal supporters who have helped us over the years and we hope that you continue to help the Foundation keep the holiday home running in future years.
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Help or Donate to the Joey Dunlop Foundation
If you would like to donate directly to the charity, please click here to be taken through a Paypal donations scheme. Alternativly, cheques can be sent to Mr. Kevin Quirk ( address at foot of this page ), made payable to 'The Joey Dunlop Foundation'.
The JDF worked on the charity stall all weekend at the CAMRA Festival, frequently receiving the boost of a pint of Bushy's Jo3y's beer.
The team collected £450 over three days and received the news from Alan Cooper of CAMRA that unused beer tokens returned as a donation totalled £793.40
Isle of Man Charity 'Remap Isle of Man' is closing down and any remaining funds have been distributed to IOM related charities with the JDF receiving £810.Read More Details..
Scrubbers Leathers have given a donation of Two Hundred & Fifty Pounds to the JDF charity from leathers that were donated.Read More Details..
Thank you to the Lee Pullan Fund for the donation of Four Hundred Pounds - Always a good supporter to the JDF CharityRead More Details..