Four local businesses have returned to show their support for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) by each sponsoring a paint station at the charity’s Rainbow Run coming to Newquay this June.
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A business advisory firm with roots in South Molton and Holsworthy is launching a year-long fundraising drive to support Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Over the last two years, staff at the Costain office in Yatton have been supporting local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW). Their collective efforts have resulted in an impressive £7,425.15 being raised.
The Bristol arm of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has begun fundraising for its chosen charity of the year, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
An incredible, emotional 48 hours, jam packed with so much fun in the most beautiful place ever.
Emma and Mark Smale recently returned to Little Bridge House for a stay with their daughters Evie and Amelie, to show them why the hospice was such a special place for their first daughter Imogen, who died in 2016.
A Spring Festival recently held at St Erth Parish Church as a celebration of the Cornish daffodil has raised £3840 which is being split between Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) and St Erth Parish Church.
The Church opened its doors for over 1000 people who visited and admired the various displays of daffodils over the three-day festival which finished on Mothering Sunday.
It was fantastic to see so many of our Friends Groups represented at our recent Friends Group Conference at Great Torrington’s RHS Rosemoor.
The perfect spring weather and immaculate gardens provided a wonderful backdrop for the annual conference, attended by groups from across Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.
An international fundraising collaboration by Rotarians in Bideford and Germany has raised nearly £40,000 for Children’s Hospice South West.
Money raised at a barn dance in Yarnscombe nearly two years ago was the catalyst for the major project by the Rotary Club of Bideford and the Rotary Club of Uelzen.
Paul Pickering from Concho Lounge in Newquay is preparing for a busy week in May when he has set himself the challenge of running seven half marathons in seven days, while raising money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
As a dad himself, Paul was inspired to raise money for the local children’s charity after this daughter took part in CHSW’s annual Rainbow Run at RAF St Mawgan last year.