Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is delighted being Bristol Airport’s charity partner again for 2018. Each year Airport staff are asked to vote and support one charity and, for the fourth consecutive year, CHSW is the nominated charity of the year.
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Ten members of the construction team involved with the building of St Erth Multi Modal Hub at the train station in St Erth completed a tandem skydive and have raised vital funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The Linda Mortimore & Charlotte Smith School of Dance has raised £3536 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) at its most recent dance show held in June at Ivybridge Community College.
Children from two and half years old to 24 took part in the ‘Summer Spectacular and Cinderella’ show. Dancers and teachers had dedicated 12 weeks to rehearsals including weekends to perfect their routines which was all made worth it when the show was an absolute triumph.
Archie who goes to The Downs School, a stone's throw from our Charlton Farm hospice, has climbed The National Three Peaks - Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England & Snowdon in Wales - and raised funds for CHSW!
The year 7 pupil completed the challenge in just three days and raised over £2,000. Archie's total walking distance was 23 miles, his total ascent, 3064 metres and he was driven a distance of 462 miles.
Karen Goodman, Cook at Little Harbour children’s hospice and daughter of retired Reverend Peter Eustice from St Stephen in Brannel, is embarking on a challenge like no other.
Lanjeth local Karen will be taking to the skies this week strapped to a plane when she hopes to complete a sponsored wing walk to raise vital funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Children’s Hospice South West is celebrating after being certified “plastic free” for its events in Devon.
A group of ladies called ‘Keynsham Chicks’ from the town in North East Somerset, headed up by Margaret Thompson, have knitted over 3,000 chicks, put crème eggs in them and sold them to raise funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW)!
The event saw around 1500 people of all ages run, jog and walk the 5k route around RAF St Mawgan’s training ground and get covered in different coloured powder paint along the way.