A mother of 4 children herself, she has now decided to become a proactive patron of the Dream Factory and we are very honoured as we are her sole charity in this country.
She is also a fantastic singer and songwriter in her own right and is known as the Princess of Rock and Roll.
Lisa Marie is married to Michael Lockwood the guitarist, music producer and director.
Lisa Maria is now spending most of her time in the USA, she has The Dream Factory on her own website to support us - her website is lisamariepreseley.com
He previously managed Bournemouth, West Ham United, Portsmouth (twice), Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur. While in his second spell at Portsmouth, he managed the side that won the 2008 FA Cup.
At the conclusion of the 2009–10 season he guided Tottenham into the UEFA Champions League for the very first time.Redknapp subsequently oversaw Spurs' progress to the last 16 of that tournament when defeating German side Werder Bremen at home. They were the only new club to have qualified for the next stage of the competition and went on to top their group ahead of holders Inter Milan,before defeating AC Milan over two legs to reach the quarter-finals.
His son, Jamie Redknapp, played under him at Bournemouth and Southampton. He is also uncle to Chelsea player Frank Lampard, who played under him at West Ham United.
Sid came 3rd in "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here" in 2005 and has now returned to Eastenders.
After returning to Eastenders for a short while Sid is now living in France.
Michael has appeared in several movies including: Freight, Will, Acts of Godfrey, and Death.He is also a singer/songwriter, with an album out: Shower Over Moon Street. See more about Michael at: www.michaelmckell.com
Her TV career includes roles in The Bill, Holby City and mini-series When Evil Calls.
Lois is now part of electro pop band This Year's Model, brainchild of Manchester techno guru DNCN.
Her other film and TV credits include, M.I.T., Boogie Woogie, Donkey Punch, Kidulthood, Dead Set and Made in Dagenham.
He was featured on ITV 1's Young Posh & Loaded, then subsequently GMTV, MTVs TRL.
Doreen also works with the Variety Club of Great Britain. She is a very pro-active patron for The Dream Factory and constantly fund raises for the charity
In his first defence, disaster struck when a dislocated shoulder saw him lose his title and plague the rest of his fighting years. After regaining and losing the British Featherweight title in 1997, Colin officially announced his retirement.
Today, Colin divides his time between running his own boxing agency, property developing, commentary and event organising.
Lisa is also now a personal trainer.
David Bentley started his career with Arsenal, and despite being earmarked as one for the future, he produced strong performances for his new club, and soon featured regularly for the England under-21 team. He made his senior international debut against Israel in September 2007. In July 2008 he joined Tottenham Hotspur. David is now retired from Football.
After completing A-levels and graduating from Moi University with a Bachelor of Education degree, Anne taught at Machakos Technical College in Kenya before meeting the man she would marry - which lead her to Britain, motherhood, wheelchair racing, disability advocacy and charity work.
2004 marked the beginning of an Olympic career when Anne became the first wheelchair racer from Sub-Sahara Africa to compete at the Paralympics in Athens. In 2006 Anne became a British citizen and joined Team GB and in 2007 she was officially recognised by the Queen at a Buckingham Palace reception for her work as a disabled athlete and for involvement in charity work for people with disabilities.