A North Devon grandmother is in training for an ‘enormous’ 205-mile cycle challenge across the West Country in memory of her younger sister and ‘best friend’.
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Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is on the hunt for some brave souls to take part in their brand-new fundraising event coming to Plymouth - the Firewalk.
The Firewalk is a sponsored event giving participants the chance to push their boundaries and walk along a path of hot coals at temperatures of 1200˚F in front of the beautiful Kitley House Hotel.
More than 70 cyclists have whizzed through the West Country on a 205-mile three-day charity challenge to raise thousands of pounds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Fred Thomas, AKA Skinners Brewery mascot Betty Stogs, has had a busy start to the year training for, and taking part in, the London Marathon all in aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW). Jaws dropped recently when Fred’s fundraising total for the local children’s charity was revealed as £41,649.78p.
Exeter’s Westpoint showground was given a colourful makeover on Saturday as families from across the region took part in Children’s Hospice South West’s Rainbow Run.
Around 1,000 people took part in the charity’s flagship summer fundraising event, raising thousands of pounds for the charity’s Little Bridge House hospice in North Devon.
Jayne Jarrett, events fundraiser at CHSW said: “We care thrilled that so many people decided to support our charity by taking part in this year’s Rainbow Run.
Around 1,000 people will be getting colourful and raising money for Children’s Hospice South West at Rainbow Run in Exeter this weekend.
The charity’s flagship summer fundraising event takes place at Westpoint on Saturday and money raised will help support 500 children with life-limiting conditions and their families across the South West.
A family from Exeter has a very special reason to be taking part in Children’s Hospice South West’s Rainbow Run at Westpoint on Saturday, June 22.
Around 1,000 people are expected to take part in the colourful fundraiser and parents Dominic and Caroline Stacey and their four children will also be joining the fun to help raise money for the charity that has supported them for the last eight years.
The stunning North Devon coastline will form the backdrop of a brand-new fundraising event for Children’s Hospice South West this summer.
The charity’s inaugural Oldenburg Coastal Cruise takes place on Sunday, August 11 and offers passengers the chance to enjoy breath-taking views of some of England’s highest cliffs, while supporting Devon’s only children’s hospice.
The two-and-a-half-hour cruise sets sail from Ilfracombe Harbour at 2.30pm and will take guests along the Exmoor coast towards Lynmouth and Porlock.