Six representatives from the local community were arrested, put on trial and locked up for their fictitious crimes on Friday when they took part in Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) Jail and Bail fundraiser in Bodmin.
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Staff at Thomas Westcott have raised more than £11,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) during an ‘incredible’ year of fundraising for the charity. The independent accountancy firm, which has 17 offices and 250 members of staff across Devon and Somerset, chose to support CHSW in 2021, the charity’s 30th anniversary year.
The UK’s biggest celebration of silent and classic screen comedy – Slapstick – is adding a new event to its 2022 programme – this time reuniting and honouring the stars of the mould-breaking Saturday morning TV show, TISWAS.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has opened a new shop in Wellington High Street.
The charity has moved from its original home in Fore Street to bigger and better premises in the former Costa Coffee store, which closed in April last year.
The ribbon was officially cut this morning by CHSW co-founder and chief executive Eddie Farwell, who said the shop would raise vital funds for local children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
Mark Bullen, who has lived in Wrington for 31 years, has written a booklet about the village with all proceeds benefiting local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The Little Book of Wrington Curiosities provides the story behind forty or so ‘objects’ that can be seen during a walk around Wrington and its immediate vicinity.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has received thousands of pounds in grants from Freemasons in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.
Provincial Grand Lodges in the three counties chose to give £4,130 to support the charity’s three hospices – Little Bridge House in North Devon, Charlton Farm near Bristol, and Little Harbour in St Austell.
A South Gloucestershire shopping and leisure centre brought festive joy to families supported by Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) and raised vital funds for the local children’s hospice, Charlton Farm.
In a year when the country continued to be in and out of lockdowns, Cornwall was filling up fast with visitors and the power of charitable giving which grew so greatly in 2020 was starting to dwindle as people got their lives back, there was one person who stayed steadfast to their target throughout: Fred Thomas AKA Skinners Brewery mascot Betty Stogs.
Year 8 Gordano School student, Cian Redman, set his sights high by climbing thousands of metres to raise money for Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).
Cian set himself a challenge to climb the hight of Mount Everest back in November and after 3 months has achieved his mission by climbing a total of 8,849 metres. Along the way he has been supported by friends, family, and members of his rugby team - Gordano Sharks u13s.
Porthleven-based Arthur Roberts is travelling around Cornwall telling tales of his travels and showcasing his photography while also raising vital funds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Following various trips to, and exploring around, Norway to photograph birds, other wildlife and the countryside in general, Arthur is now keen to share his stories and photographs to local groups looking for a speaker for upcoming meetings or gatherings.