The Blossom Twins
Lucy and Kelly are former professional wrestlers who made their childhood dream come true wrestling for Ohio Valley Wrestling and Impact Wrestling in the USA. Some highlights from their ten-year wrestling career as The Blossom Twins were taking part in Sky One’s TNA British Bootcamp, appearing on James Corden’s ‘A League of their Own’ and getting to perform at London’s Wembley Arena.
Having graduated college with Diploma’s in Early Years at eighteen, they have worked with children in a variety of settings over the past fifteen years. Working with children and young people is something they are incredibly passionate about. Inspiring them to work hard, believe in themselves and know that they are capable of making their dreams come true is something Lucy and Kelly strive to instil in all the kids they meet.
They are currently Teaching Assistants but also avid writers. Lucy is a published author with HQ Fiction and Aria Fiction and writes books full of romance, adventure, family bonds and self-love. While Kelly is writing middle grade fiction and children’s picture books.
Their mission is to spread kindness and positivity and to help provide all children with the correct tools to love who they are, lift up themselves and others and to make their dreams a reality no matter how big or small. They believe in a world that is free from bullying and full of more joy, acceptance and understanding.
We are so happy to be able to announce that we are officially ambassadors for Kidscape who are a wonderful organisation providing advice, support & resources for children, parents, carers & grown ups to help prevent bullying.
Anti-Bullying and Kidscape | Our Story
Compliments | Kidscape
Be Kind | Kidscape | Practicing BSL
ZAP workshops for children impacted by bullying (available online and in the community)
ZAP workshops bring together children facing a similar situation and teach a range of tools to increase assertiveness, build confidence and help manage bullying situations.
RISE transition support
Delivered in a classroom setting, these two hour workshops help build self esteem and prepare young people for the transition of moving up to secondary school.
Kidscape Community Leaders training is currently open to adults and young adults (aged 14+) and helps build supportive communities safe from bullying and harm.