Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has reopened its Brixham charity shop with a fresh new look.
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Employees at Bristol-based recruitment agency Kingston Barnes have faced their fears to successfully smash a £10k fundraising target for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Affinity Devon has announced Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) as its chosen charity for 2023.
The outlet shopping village in Clovelly Road, Bideford, is planning fundraising events throughout the year and will have donation boxes in stores for anyone who would like to support the charity, which runs the Little Bridge House children’s hospice in nearby Fremington.
Somerset Country Cricket Club record-breaker and former fan favourite Max Waller is hoping to notch up some big numbers for Children’s Hospice South West in 2023.
The Taunton club’s leading all-time T-20 wicket-taker retired from the sport at the end of last season and has been awarded a testimonial year in which he has chosen to support the charity.
Little Harbour has received £1,000 from Persimmon Homes Cornwall and West Devon.
The donation is part of the housebuilder’s Community Champions initiative which donates up to £750,000 a year to good local causes and organisations across Great Britain.
The donation is going towards new play equipment for the soft-play facility at Little Harbour.
Two Barnstaple daredevils with a combined age of nearly 200 have clocked up thousands of pounds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) thanks to their high-flying escapades.
Employees at Filtration Ltd, based in Bristol, have supported Children's Hospice South West (CHSW) since 2017. In that time they’ve raised over £8,000 to help towards the vital care of children with life-limiting conditions.
Martin Syrett hopes to raise £1,000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) by walking from his home in Clevedon to Bristol – a total of more than 400 miles (643km) over the course of his 31-day challenge.
Martin, aged 66, said he wanted to take on his walking challenge after hearing about the work the charity does at its Charlton Farm hospice near Wraxall, from his wife Anette who used to volunteer at the hospice.