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

Safer Internet Day: 5 Safety Tips

KeithTornado

Safer Internet Day 2017 is being celebrated globally today to promote the safe and positive use of technology. The day sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. Highlighting positive uses of technology exploring the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community. It … Read More

Has Google Chrome started flagging your site as Not Secure?

KeithSEO, Web Design

Upgraded your Google Chrome recently and noticed something a little different? Google is getting serious about websites that don’t use encryption and the latest update is part of the search engine giant’s strategy for a more secure web. For a while now Google Chrome indicated connection security with an icon in the address bar. It was a little grey or red … Read More

Tornado Proud to Support the 2016 Steven Gerrard Foundation Football Camp

KeithTornado

This week over 100 Liverpool children have experienced top flight football coaching with the Steven Gerrard Foundation in association with Hugh McAuley Football Academy. Tornado have supported the annual football camp since 2012 making 2016 the fifth consecutive year. The football camp gives local children access to top level coaching from legendary football coaches. Each year sports leaders, teachers, youth … Read More

What Makes a Good Landing Page Design

KeithWeb Design

An effective landing page is the key to success of any online marketing campaign. Your product may be superb and your offer may be incredible, but without a good landing page design, your business will surely suffer. People may have different opinions regarding web design but when it comes to landing pages, everybody agrees that their design must be conversion-centric, … Read More

St Helens Business Fair

KeithTornado

Join us at Langtree Park on 28th April from 10.30am – 3.00pm for the first St Helens Business Fair. Tornado are exhibiting along with two floors of exhibitors, this will be the largest business to business networking event in the heart of the North West. We’ll be showing off one of our new fabric exhibition stands and talking to people about … Read More