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Olympic gold-medallist Amy Williams MBE came to the aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) on Friday (8th Feb) when she stepped up to host a Q&A with a panel of sporting guests at its first Sports Lunch in the city.
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Staff at Little Bridge House children’s hospice near Barnstaple are asking supporters to do something incredible in 2019 and help raise money for Children’s Hospice South West.
Venson Automotive Solutions has raised £1,000 for the Children’s Hospice South West, which provides hospice care for children and families who live in the South West. Venson staff raised the funds at the Christmas raffle, with prizes donated by Venson suppliers.
Our 12-month fundraising campaign has raised over £9,000 for charity!
Our staff chose Children’s Hospice South West as its 2018 charity of the year as we wanted to make supporting a local charity one of our priorities during our 30th anniversary celebrations.
With a £5,000 target in place, we held a series of events over the year the team and raised just shy of £9,500! Absolutely outstanding!
Children’s charity Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) recently announced plans for its 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk which is happening in Falmouth on the evening of Saturday 30th March and last weekend the charity launched the promotion of the event with a cream tea.
Plymouth based C&P Plastering have taken part in a year of fundraising for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) and recently handed over a donation of £195.90 to the local children’s charity.
Knitted tea cosies have been keeping the tea warm and raising money for Children’s Hospice South West at the Tors Inn in Belstone.
Mango, the pub’s springer spaniel, was the inspiration behind a baker’s dozen of tea cosies made by local Margo Cockell – 12 for the pub and one for the charity’s Little Bridge House hospice near Barnstaple in North Devon.
People are being invited to enjoy an early taste of spring in a colourful corner of Dartmoor this month.
Thousands of snowdrops – as well as early crocus, dwarf daffodils and hellebores – are expected to be in bloom for the 12th annual Andrews Corner ‘Snowdrop Sunday’, near Belstone, on February 17.
The woodland garden, situated high on the northern slopes of Dartmoor, offers spectacular views across the Skaigh Valley. It was created over the last 50 years by the Hill family and is now home to around 100 different snowdrop cultivars, both common and the more unusual.