Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) will be arresting, charging and putting on trial some well-known business people from the local area who, if found guilty of their entirely fictitious crimes, will have to raise a bail of £999 each to be set free.
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Olympic gold-medallist Amy Williams MBE came to the aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) on Friday (8th Feb) when she stepped up to host a Q&A with a panel of sporting guests at its first Sports Lunch in the city.
Children’s charity Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) recently announced plans for its 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk which is happening in Falmouth on the evening of Saturday 30th March and last weekend the charity launched the promotion of the event with a cream tea.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is looking for brave individuals to join them for a thrilling skydive experience on Saturday 23rd March at Dunkswell Airfield in Honiton.
Eight colleagues from the Sea Breeze shop at Pentewan Sands campsite took part in a charity skydive and have raised £5063.55 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) while doing so.
The intrepid fundraisers took to the sky from Perranporth airfield with Cornwall Parachute Club on 25th November and all completed the jump, with some now looking to repeat it in the future and others glad it is complete.
Exmoor’s centuries old Woolhanger Manor, near Parracombe, will be the stunning setting for a magical Christmas concert in aid of Children’s Hospice South West next month.
The 2018 Light Up a Life appeal is set to get star billing at Barnstaple’s Christmas Lights switch-on this Sunday (November 18).
The 22nd annual joint fundraising appeal for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) and North Devon Hospice (NDH) will be launched on the big stage at 5pm, before the main switch-on at 6pm.
Families who have been supported by the two hospices will light a giant star in the Square; stars will also be lit at each hospice and at the office of the North Devon Gazette office, which has supported the appeal every year since its inception.
Seven year old Tayen, from Bridgwater, has a genetic condition known as Neurofibromatosis Type 1. The condition is incurable, and causes tumours to grow on nerves anywhere in her body. She has epilepsy and hydrocephalus, is completely blind, and has already endured several rounds of chemotherapy. She and her family visit Charlton Farm for respite breaks, and her mum Kali told us what the hospice means to Tayen: “She loves everyone there, she gets so excited. We stay there as a family, although when we’re there, Tayen doesn’t want me or her dad or her brothers near her.