Along with her 'Muddy Buddies' Di Paradise-Kersey, Christine Parks, Ruth Bale and Sharon Crossley-Anderson, Michelle Chambers from Swindon took on the challenge of the Tough Mudder in Badminton on Sunday 19th August to raise money for Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).
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Royal Marines based at Instow have raised more than £500 by holding a family day for Children’s Hospice South West.
The 11 Amphibious Trails and Training Squadron opened the doors of the Arromanches Camp in July, giving family and friends the chance to enjoy a range of activities on the North Devon base, which carries out training and trialling for landing craft operations.
Karen Goodman, Cook at Little Harbour children’s hospice, recently embarked on a challenge like no other when she took to the skies strapped to a plane and completed a sponsored wing walk and smashed her target by raising over £2000 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Cricketing legend Marcus Trescothick battled the elements during a five-day ‘Trestimonial’ cycle ride across the South West in aid Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
The Somerset County Cricket Club batsman and former England star is used to facing storms at the wicket, but heavy rain and 60mph winds threatened to blow the star’s 324-mile ride off course as Storm Callum swept across the region on Friday.
Staff from Full Moon Tattoo in Ham Green, Plymouth are recovering from a 3 day tattoo marathon recently which has led to a generous donation to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) has recently received a donation of £500 which came about after Helston Grill decided it needed a lick of paint.
Retired painter and decorator Mike Crocker was approached by Johnny from Helston Grill to paint the outside of the shop. Mike and friend Jamie discussed the job over a drink one Saturday night and agreed that they would do it but didn’t want paying for it, instead they would ask for a donation to be made to CHSW instead.
Over 1000 people took part in the 5km family fun run which saw participants of all ages run, jog, skip, dance and walk through a sea of bubbles and foam at stations along the route leaving them covered in different coloured foam.
The driving force behind North Devon’s annual August bank holiday Mini rally has been named as a regional winner in this year’s Pride of Britain Awards.
Terry Baker has been raising money and smiles for charity for nearly a quarter of a century – including around half-a-million-pounds for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
He was featured as one of four shortlisted Fundraiser of the Year finalists on ITV Westcountry this week but announced as the regional winner on tonight’s (Friday, October 5) show.
Children’s Hospice South West supporters Clive and Pam Flood are celebrating a £1,000 win in the charity’s weekly lottery draw.
The Exeter couple only started playing the Children’s Hospice South West lottery 12 months ago after a chance knock on the door by a charity promoter.