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Club ambassadors continue to support local charity

Bristol City Football Club supporting CHSW

Frank Fielding, Joe Bryan, Mark Little, Korey Smith and Jamie Paterson visited Bridge Learning Campus on Wednesday to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Charlton Farm - Children’s Hospice South West.

The local school has been working tirelessly to raise funds for the charity over the course of the academic year, and their efforts have seen them raise £1,000. 

Charlton Farm marks its 10th birthday

Celebration tree planting ceremony at Charlton Farm with families and staff members

Exactly ten years ago today CHSW’s Charlton Farm opened its doors to sick children and families. To mark the occasion a ceremony was held within its beautiful grounds.

Aided by 12 year old Ben Woolland and his mum Joanne, one of the first families to stay at the hospice back in April 2007, co-Founder and CEO Eddie Farwell planted a tree to commemorate the momentous milestone.

A children’s hospice is celebrating its 10th birthday with fundraising events

Charlton Farm Wraxall Bristol

A decade of helping children with life-limiting conditions is being marked in 2017.

Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) was set up more than 25 years ago when Eddie and Jill Farwell came up with the idea to create a children’s hospice to help families in the South West.

The first hospice to be built was Little Bridge House in Devon in 1995, but it was soon oversubscribed.

In 2002 the charity launched The Babe Appeal to raise £11million to build Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

Cornwall Glass donate to children’s hospice

Cornwall Glass hand over cheque to Childrens Hospice South West

Cornwall Glass Redruth has recently donated £1,008 to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

Cornwall Glass Redruth has recently donated £1,008 to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

The donation was raised through an open day held in December for existing customers and the general public. Mince pies and mulled wine were enjoyed as well as a Christmas raffle which visitors could enter, as well as customers and colleagues from across all branches of the business.

Children’s Hospice South West to open shop in St Ives

Donate your unwanted items to Children's Hospice South West

Children’s Hospice South West's co-founder and chief executive, Eddie Farwell, will be officially opening the charity's latest shop at Tregenna Place in St Ives on Thursday, March 30, at 10.30am.

The new shop will have something for everyone with a range of goods on offer, including women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories, as well as children’s toys and games and homewares.

Hospice to benefit from RGB Building Supplies

Mark Randle of RGB Building Supplies taking part in military challenge for CHSW

RGB Building Supplies, which has stores in Holsworthy and Bude, have announced it has selected Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) as its chosen charity for 2017.

RGB had a phenomenal response to its ‘Christmas Present Appeal’ in aid of CHSW at the end of 2016, when more than 250 gifts were donated by RGB customers and staff. The builders merchants have now said it is looking forward to continuing this support for CHSW.

This year, RGB staff will be taking part in a number of CHSW fundraising activities and will also be holding regular events to boost the amount raised.

Donate old clothes and bag a bargain at shopping event at Princesshay in Exeter

Princesshay Spring Event and supporting CHSW

Shoppers are being urged to donate their out-of-season fashions for a good cause at a south west shopping centre.

From 30 March, the Princesshay Centre in Exeter will be collecting clothing in support of the Children’s Hospice South West as part of the Spring Spree event.

The centre will then continue the clothing drop with CHSW throughout 2017.

Weston-super-Mare mother: ‘Charlton Farm gave me some memories to last a lifetime’

Charlton Farm

A children’s hospice is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year and a Weston woman says she is ‘eternally grateful’ for the care she and her newborn son received.

Charlton Farm, in Wraxall, opened its doors in 2007 and provides a host of different services as part of Children’s Hospice South West, which provides care for life-limited children and their families.

But Charlton Farm specifically offers medical care 365 days a year as well as support for families.

At the moment it supports 204 life-limited children, and 152 bereaved families.

Volunteers from Weston-Super-Mare needed - can you help?

Charlton Farm Wraxall Bristol

A North Somerset charity is calling for more volunteers from Weston – and its current members say it is both ‘challenging and rewarding’.

The Weston Friends Group formed back in 2003 to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), which has a base in Wraxall.

The group in Weston has done a lot of work for the Charlton Farm hospice, which not only provides end-of-life care for sick children, but also supports their families during their stay.

Constantine School's phizz-whizzing fancy dress for Roald Dahl centenary

Constantine School fancy dress for Roald Dahl centenary

It was a gloriumptious day for the children of Constantine School on Friday who dressed up as their favourite Roald Dahl characters to celebrate the author's 100th birthday.

The school was filled with Twits, witches, Oompa-Loompas and even a not-so-giant peach, as the children pulled out all the stops to create some whoopsy-whiffling costumes, and spent all day on a special squibbling task - otherwise known as writing.