Andrew Buckle from Bradley Stoke and his dog Raff will be raising some Christmas cheer in their festive gear by taking part in Santas on the Run - goes freestyle, on 13th December.
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Gordano Sharks U13s rugby team and teams from Portishead Town FC are getting involved with Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) Santas on the Run goes freestyle! event.
Due to the pandemic, the charity has turned its annual festive Santas on the Run ‘virtual’ and is encouraging as many people as possible to get involved the weekend of 11-13 December.
The charity has turned Santas on the Run, its annual festive fundraiser usually held at Eden, virtual and is encouraging as many people as possible to get involved between 11 – 13 December.
People in North Devon are being invited to remember someone they love this Christmas, while supporting the vital work of the region’s two hospice charities.
For 24 years, the annual Light Up a Life appeal has given people the chance to come together and light a candle in memory of loved ones at a series of special church services in support of North Devon Hospice (NDH) in Barnstaple, and Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) in Fremington.
Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) Memories by Moonlight virtual event has raised £26,000 for the charity that has seen a considerable drop in income due to the pandemic.
Memories by Moonlight was sponsored by National Friendly and was made into a regional, virtual event when the physical event usually held as a memory walk in Falmouth, Cornwall had to be cancelled this year.
Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) annual Santas on the Run event is back but not as you know it! Taking place over the weekend of the 11-13 December, supporters will be able to choose their distance, route and their festive dress.
On September 27, three members of the care team from Charlton Farm will be taking the plunge and swimming in
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