Members of the Tamar Restoration and Engineering Club, based in the Tamar Valley, have recently handed over a donation of £1000 to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) following the completion of the restoration of a tractor.
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Kelly House in Kelly, Lifton has opened its gardens this Summer and is providing the opportunity to enjoy a socially distanced afternoon tea, which will also raise funds to support a local children’s charity.
44 year old Zoe Harris from Menheniot has used lockdown as an opportunity to rediscover her love for sport and the outdoors while also raising vital funds for an important local charity.
This Friday (July 31) Jack Buncombe, originally from Weston-super-Mare, will be running his 365th consecutive 5k!
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is inviting people to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one and raise vital funds for the charity.
A Memories by Moonlight ceremony will be broadcast live on Facebook from CHSW’s Little Harbour children’s hospice in St Austell at 9pm on Saturday, September 26, giving people the opportunity to light a candle and join together virtually for a special evening of reflection.
A mother and daughter from Portishead have been putting their sewing skills to good use.
Sarah Johnston and daughter, Ella, 16 from Portishead have been creating face masks and selling them in the community with profits going to local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
In 2019, both Sarah and Ella were hospitalised with Dengue fever, a virus with similar symptoms to coronavirus – this experience inspired them to do something to help prevent the spread of coronavirus and support CHSW at the same time.
A moving song written and performed by a Frome teenager during the coronavirus lockdown is raising thousands of pounds for the children’s hospice where her older sister goes for respite.
Bel Guthrie, 13, wrote Lost and Found in just one day and her song has already raised nearly £8,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) in a matter of weeks.
After the disappointment of having to cancel its three Rainbow Run’s in Newquay, Exeter and Bristol this summer the Fundraising Team at Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) decided to give supporters the option to take part in the event virtually.
A Bristol man’s muscle-pumping lockdown challenge is raising hundreds of pounds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Patrick Connolly, from St George, has pledged to do 20 push-ups or more a day until he raises £1,000 for the charity, which is asking people to ‘Be Incredible’ and do ‘whatever they can, however they can’ to help combat a loss in fundraising due to coronavirus.