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Precious Lives Atlantic Challenge 2014

Precious Lives Atlantic Challenge 2014

Experienced ocean rowers, Elliott Dale and Chris 'Darby' Walters set off on their epic row from New York on Saturday, 7th June to row 3,246 miles across one of the most unpredictable and dangerous oceans in aid of Children's Hospice South West.

They will row unsupported from Manhattan, New York to St Mary's Harbour, Isles of Scilly, in an attempt to break the two men in a boat transatlantic record of 55 days. 

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Bristol Half Marathon 2013

Bristol Half Marathon

The 26th Bristol Half Marathon will take place on Sunday 21st September 2014. Entry is now open!
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Moonlight Memory Walks

Moonlight Memory Walks

Take to the moonlit streets to walk in memory of someone you have loved and lost.
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Overseas Challenges

Challenge Events

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What you can do...

What you can do

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What we do...

What we do

About us

With very little government funding, our three South West hospices offer care for children who have illnesses which mean they will die before reaching adulthood.

Our impact

See where your money goes and the difference it makes.

Care Quality Commission

Read the latest Care Quality Commission reports on Children's Hospice South West.



Our Care

Our care

Find out about the types of care we provide to our families.



How to receive our care for your family.

Our Patron

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall has accepted the position of Patron of the Charity.