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Victoria Walker, a jeweller based at Princes House in Truro, is delighted to have raised £4368.84 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) from raffling one of her bestselling lockets.
A charity car rally in North Devon has raised £500 for Children’s Hospice South West.
The event on September 1 set off from The New Inn in Fremington and took motorists on a 60-mile loop through Barnstaple, Braunton, Georgeham, Mortehoe and Combe Martin before finishing at Little Bridge House in Fremington.
All ages and makes of car were invited to take part, and all 27 participants were all presented with a rally plaque and finisher’s trophy.
A team of amateur cyclists from TT Electronics in Barnstaple has handed over a huge fundraising cheque to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Six members of the Roundswell-based engineering firm have been pounding the pedals this year to raise £6,301.52 for the charity’s Little Bridge House children’s hospice in Fremington.
A Meze Day was held at the Green Olive, East Quay, Bridgwater on 18 September following a very generous offer by the Owner, Erdal to host this event. Tickets were available and thanks go to those who sold tickets and promoted the day.
To raise awareness of the event the Mayor, Tony Haywood, Geoff Searle from Sedgemoor Apple and Photographer Ash from the Bridgwater Mercury were in attendance, together with members of the local Children’s Hospice South West Friends’ Group.
Children’s Hospice South West’s spectacular Santas on the Run will be returning to RHS Garden Rosemoor this December.
More than 350 people took part in last year’s festive 2k fun run – the first of its kind held at the gardens near Great Torrington – and this year’s event on Sunday, December 8 is expected to be even bigger.
Ian Russell, who lives near Chepstow and recently retired from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, set himself a huge challenge with the aim of raising funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) and his local tennis club in Chepstow.
A keen walker, Ian decided to quite literally walk around Wales! He walked from Chepstow, up the Offa’s Dyke Path and then around the Coast Path – both official UK ‘Long Distance Paths’. The paths are officially 1068 miles but Ian ended up walking 1186 miles over 80 days. He took 2.7 million steps with 115,000ft of ascent (and descent).
On August 4 2019, Robert Pattison from Dulcote in Wells was one of 10 people who took part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on behalf of local charity Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The event is a 100-mile cycling event for amateur cyclists, which begins at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, with cyclists riding through London and out to the Surrey Hills of Leith Hill and Box Hill before coming back into London and finishing on The Mall.
The Bristol branch of Wiltshire Farm Foods recently presented local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), with a cheque for £1,000 - funds generated by the sale of special charity menu packs to its customers. The company, which cook and deliver frozen meals, has been supporting CHSW since 2013 through a commercial partnership agreement.
Support Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) this year by taking part in Bristol’s biggest festive fun run, Santas on the Run.