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Why Rainbow Run Means More Than a Fun Day Out

Daniel and his brother Dominic at Little Harbour

Tickets for Children’s Hospice South West’s 5km Rainbow Run are selling fast and the Fundraising Team from Little Harbour children’s hospice are keen for participants to understand what their support means to the charity.

The Rainbow Run is now in its 6th year and is a fun 5km run, jog or walk around RAF St Mawgan where those taking part get covered in different coloured powder paint along the way.

Give it a go at Charity Gig Row

CHSW team ready to row at the 2017 charity gig row

Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is looking for teams to take part in its annual gig row event in Newquay on Sunday 14th July.

This is an annual event offering groups of colleagues, friends or family the chance to give the fantastic sport of gig rowing a go in a friendly event, all supporting a great local cause.

Amanda Masters, Community Fundraiser for CHSW is encouraging teams to get signed up and come and get involved.

Could you go over the edge for CHSW?

Kate-going-over-the-edge

Is running not up your street? Perhaps cycling seems like a breeze? If you’re looking for your next challenge, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has one with a difference. On July 20 & 21 the charity has places available for you to enjoy an exhilarating experience; abseiling down England’s highest waterfall!

Canonteign Falls is a hidden gem and one of the most idyllic places to explore. Situated within Dartmoor National Park in Devon the waterfall descends for over 70m.

£20,000 Pledged at 10th Moonlight Memory Walk

Ladies all ready for the 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk

Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk was held on Saturday 30th March in Falmouth and £20,000 was pledged in sponsorship to the children’s charity by the 300 people that took part. 

To celebrate the event’s special anniversary this year it was moved to a spring date and was also opened up for men to take part as well as women.