The Firewalk is a sponsored event which will give people the chance to push their boundaries and challenge perceptions by walking along a path of hot coals at temperatures of 1200˚F while raising vital funds for CHSW.
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South Devon artist Jenny Brown is taking part in the Devon Open Studios event this month in support of Children’s Hospice South West.
Oils and watercolour painter, Jenny, from Ipplepen near Newton Abbot, is one of 250 artists opening their doors to the public all over Devon from September 7 to 22.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has teamed up with fashion retailer New Look to offer town shoppers an extra big thank you for helping the charity.
A Taunton author is hoping a new book inspired by his severely disabled daughter will help bag a £20,000 literary prize to help the two charities that have supported him and his family.
Two schoolchildren have conquered the second of two UK mountains and scaled a mammoth fundraising target for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Brother and sister Bodie and Gracie Blake climbed Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak, during their Easter holidays this year and spent time in their summer holidays climbing to the top of Ben Nevis – the UK’s highest.
It's the August bank holiday this weekend and that can only mean one thing – the Minis and their drivers are gearing up ready for the 24th chapter of The Legendary Grand Tour.
How incredible is that, I never thought it would get past 10.
Last year was very special and a massive surprise, when we won the Pride of Britain, Regional Fundraisers award 2018.
A Barnstaple man is attempting to become one of the few people to have windsurfed to Lundy Island.
Joe Mitchell is a keen surfer and sailor but only took up windsurfing this year and hopes to complete the tricky 40-mile-return open sea crossing from Westward Ho! to raise £2,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Joe, who has been busy training since May, hopes to complete the challenge before he turns 50 at the end of October and says he is now ready to go as soon as there is a suitable weather window.
Six-year-old Chloe Light, who is a pupil at Widey Court Primary School in Crownhill Plymouth, has recently had 14 inches cut off her hair. Not only is she donating the hair to Little Princess Trust she has also raised over £1100 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The former chairman of Somerset County Cricket Club has presented a cheque for £29,512 to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Andy Nash ran the London Marathon for CHSW in April and visited the charity’s Little Bridge House hospice in North Devon this week to deliver the efforts of many months of fundraising.