World-class footballer Mason Mount, is swapping his boots for a controller today (24 December) as he gives four families supported by UK children’s charity, Together for Short Lives, the chance to join their idol for some festive gaming fun.
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11 year old Ithan Hancock from Tresillian has been busking with his cornet in Waitrose Truro each Saturday in December to raise funds for a charity that is a lifeline to his family.
Ithan has raised over £290 and counting for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) which cares for his sister Rosa and his whole family at its Little Harbour children’s hospice in St Austell.
Speaking about why he wanted to raise funds for Little Harbour Ithan said;
Staff at Children’s Hospice South West’s Charlton Farm in North Somerset were delighted to receive 72 teddies from charity, Teddies for Loving Care (TLC).
TLC, operated by and funded with donations from Freemasons, donates teddies to A&E departments and hospices in their specific regions.
A family from Taunton hopes to raise £10,000 for the children's hospice in North Somerset which is currently caring for them.
They [Charlton Farm] have given all 3 of us and our extended family nothing but love, sympathy, and respect. Most importantly, they have been there for us when we really need a hug, chat or cry
Matt Stevens and his wife Lauren became proud parents of a baby boy called Nolan in August this year.
The Duchess of Cornwall paid a very special visit to the Little Bridge House children’s hospice in North Devon yesterday (Wednesday).
Danish Crown, a meat factory in Bugle St Austell, has made a generous donation of meat and hampers to Little Harbour children’s hospice at Porthpean run by Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW). The company have supported the charity for many years through various fundraising activities and have recently signed up to the CHSW Business Club.
The Chief Executive of Children Hospice South West (CHSW) is calling on people to continue to support ‘vital’ local hospice care for children and families.
Exeter Chiefs players delighted Children's Hospice South West (CHSW) children and families by holding a virtual story time session.
Players Jack Maunder, Joe Simmonds and Tom O'Flaherty joined 13 families at home via video call, as well as care teams at the charity’s three children’s hospices, for a special reading of Jack’s motivational new children's book, Bounce Back Jack!