Tornado’s working from home tips

Megan HunterTornado

This week, after the Government’s advice, some people may find themselves working from home for the first time. On the first day you may start off thinking “Yay I get to work from home!” Soon it’s “it would be nice to talk to people…” and then days later “I hope that pigeon sits in the window today”, or you’ve painted … Read More

Tornado & Coronavirus – what we’re doing at Tornado

KeithTornado

Log into social media, open up a newspaper or switch on the TV and there is only one thing everyone is talking about at the moment: coronavirus, or COVID-19. With lots of uncertainty, conflicting information and scaremongering, it can be overwhelming and can take a toll on our mental health to be constantly thinking and worrying about it. We wanted … Read More

Our Football Camps are back for 2020!

Megan HunterTornado

February half term saw the first of many football camps we have planned for 2020 with our friends at Everton Soccer Schools and The James Greenop Foundation. We were all a little on edge as Storm Dennis looked as if he was gearing up to ruin the fun but a few extra layers and we were out and having lots … Read More

Welcome to our amazing new designer Megan

Megan HunterTornado

Tornado are very happy to be expanding our creative team with our new team member Megan. As our brand new, shiny Graphic Designer, Megan is raring to get stuck in to all that Tornado offers. Fuelled by coffee and unicorns, Megan is here to drive the design side of tornado forward, helping us to take on more design focused clients … Read More

Girls Soccer Camp

Richy WatersEverton In The Community, Soccer Camp, Tornado

Following on from our successful summer camp and our involvement with local girls football clubs, we were able to put on a girls football camp, which saw around 70 girls aged 8-16 sign up on the 28th of October. This camp was run with the help of the amazing coaches at Everton in the Community’s Premier League Kicks and The … Read More

The James Greenop Foundation, our charity of the year 2019/2020.

Richy WatersTornado

Tornado are delighted to renew our partnership with The James Greenop Foundation as our charity of the year for 2019/2020. Over the past year we have been involved in numerous projects to enhance the charities branding, helped with fund raising, volunteered our time at events and partnered up to deliver some amazing football camps and experiences for children in our … Read More

Girl Power!

Richy WatersTornado

Our own Tornado Girls had the amazing opportunity recently to visit the Everton Women’s football team at USM Finch Farm. They were able show off their skills as well as featuring alongside the players in their annual team photograph. As a result of regularly attending numerous events alongside Everton in the Community, the coaches have now formed a great relationship … Read More

Aspiring Young Footballers Meet Their Heroes

Richy WatersTornado

Tornado has been really happy to work with Everton Soccer Schools and The James Greenop Foundation at our football camps this year. At our August Camp Everton first team stars Leighton Baines, Yerry Mina and Cenk Tosun surprised the 80 children! The trio spent the afternoon taking part in skills challenges, where they helped the young aspiring footballers perfect their … Read More

Charity of the year partnership with The James Greenop Foundation

KeithTornado

Tornado is delighted to name The James Greenop Foundation as our chosen charity for 2018. For the partnership, Tornado has pledged to raise vital funds, as well as sharing our marketing expertise to support The James Greenop Foundation and the work it does across Merseyside and beyond. Director of Tornado, Keith Paterson, said: “Working with organisations who help children and … Read More