Internationally renowned chef, restaurateur and television personality, Marco Pierre White, recently visited CHSW's Charlton Farm hospice to look around the facilities and chat with staff and families.
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Pupils from Fairfield School in Backwell have been supporting their local children’s hospice in a variety of ways throughout 2019.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is calling on companies to help sponsor one of its children’s nurses this Christmas.
The charity, which runs children’s hospices in St Austell, Barnstaple and Bristol is asking firms to pledge £1,000 towards its ‘Sponsor a Nurse’ appeal and help make Christmas that little bit more special for local families this year.
Steve and Mark Smith from Coast 2 Coast Security based in St Austell have recently handed over a donation of £3,324 to Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) Little Harbour following their fundraising from the Banger Rally Challenge in 2018 and 2019.
The brothers drove their limo to Gibraltar in 2018 on the challenge and then to Pompeii in Italy in 2019 and all in fancy dress.
The fabulous team At The Chapel in Bruton have joined forces with Dominic Greensmith and Amy Newton's band Girl plus very special guests to host a festive evening featuring all-time favourite Christmas songs, in support of Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).
Staff at Little Harbour children’s hospice at Porthpean in St Austell have been busy working on a charity single which is now available to buy to help raise funds for, and awareness of, Children’s Hospice South West.
Over 1200 people descended on Bristol yesterday for the Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) annual Santas on the Run.
Waterfront square was a sea of red as adults, children, prams and dogs dressed festively and made their way round the harbourside raising Christmas cheer in their Santa gear!
A Big Breakfast held by Braunton Rotary Club has raised £641 for Children’s Hospice South West.
More than 60 cooked breakfasts and nearly 50 bacon and sausage baps were sold at the Vivian Moon Centre on November 9.
Visiting the charity’s Little Bridge House children’s Hospice in Fremington this week to present the fundraising cheque to community fundraiser Josh Allen, club president-elect Beryl Lloyd said the event was one of the busiest she could remember.
“I’ve done lots of breakfasts before, but this was the best we’ve ever done,” she said.
Children’s Hospice South West is calling on companies to help sponsor one of its children’s nurses this Christmas.
The charity, which runs children’s hospices in Bristol, St Austell and Barnstaple is asking firms to pledge £1,000 towards its Sponsor a Nurse appeal and help make Christmas just that little bit more special for local families this year.