Bristol Freemasons are supporting Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) by supplying them with wooden pallets so they can be transformed into planters.
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Next year Paul Dennett, a father of three from Frampton Cotterell, South Gloucestershire, turns 44 and plans to mark the occasion by running 112 miles from London to Bristol in just 24 hours.
Tim Wrathall from Portishead has recorded an album of songs with proceeds to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
A selfless mum battling terminal cancer has put her own illness aside to help poorly children for a day.
Kathleen Hague, of Helston, was recently diagnosed with terminal small-cell lung cancer.
In the advanced stage, this cancer cannot be cured, but treatments are available to improve the quality of life and treat any symptoms.
In 2005, keen long-distance walker and grandmother, Beryl Griffiths, walked more than 600 miles from Lowestoft to St David's Head to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW). Beryl documented her walk and published a book entitled ‘Granny Trek’ about her adventures crossing Middle England and South Wales with her two dogs by her side.
Beryl will be walking five miles whilst remembering her beloved husband Tony
Five-year old Elena Smart from Portishead cycled 100km during August and raised over £1,200 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Sidmouth’s new Children’s Hospice South West charity shop is looking for volunteers to help following a successful opening earlier this month.
The shop in Fore Street opened its doors for the first time on August 12 and is appealing for help from the local community following a busy first few weeks.
Manager Emma-Louise Lee said she was delighted that people in Sidmouth were supporting the new shop, which has opened in the former New Look shop.