Beach yoga classes in Bude have helped raise £350 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
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A family from Taunton hopes to raise £10,000 for the children's hospice in North Somerset which is currently caring for them.
Matt Stevens and his wife Lauren became proud parents of a baby boy called Nolan in August this year.
A Bideford musician has raised £3,694 for Children’s Hospice South West by playing bass guitar for 60 hours non-stop.
Mark Edwards’ emotional two-and-a-half day world record attempt over the August Bank Holiday weekend saw him play a rotating list of 86 songs at the Fairway Buoy in Westward Ho!
A calendar full of images taken of St Austell and the surrounding area is being sold to raise funds for Little Harbour children’s hospice at Porthpean.
Plymouth-based sports therapist, and owner of JK Rehab, Janis Krogzems has recently raised £191 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) following a weekend supporting the charity.
Over 4 – 5 September Janis ran various free sports therapy sessions, workshops and appointments at his centre in Ernesettle in Plymouth and donated all the money given by clients to the local childen’s charity.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) marked its milestone 30th anniversary on Saturday (9 Oct) by hosting a celebratory dinner and dance at Bristol Museum.
A green-fingered couple from Dawlish have been showing off their beautiful garden to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Alan and Jenny King raised £867 for CHSW in memory of their grandson Stanley, who had a life-limiting condition called Tay-Sachs Disease and died at the charity’s Little Bridge House children’s hospice in June 2019, aged four.
A Zumba fundraising party held at Lanivet Community Centre on Friday 17 September has raised over £500 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Attendees of Zumba with Jeanie classes were inspired by CHSW’s 90’s themed celebrations for its 30th anniversary and organised their own zumba party to help raise funds for the local children’s charity. Along with the Zumba they also organised a cake sale to bring in extra donations.
AN RAF veteran has celebrated his 90th birthday by doing a skydive for Children’s Hospice South West and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Arthur Bennett, from Barnstaple, is no stranger to jumping out of aeroplanes – he did a skydive for CHSW and North Devon Hospice in 2018 – but his latest tandem jump at Dunkeswell Airfield, near Honiton, came just days after turning 90 on September 16.