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Paul's incredible coast path walk in memory of his niece

Paul Boddington

An outdoor activity instructor from Honiton has walked the entire length of the South West Coast Path in memory of his niece, Lauren.

Paul Boddington, aged 49, completed the rugged 1,014km coastline hike from Minehead to Poole in just 27 days to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

His journey took him past two CHSW hospices – Little Bridge House in North Devon and Little Harbour in Cornwall – and he has raised more than £7,500 for the charity.

SPAR stores donate over £5500 to CHSW

Cheque presentation with representatives from Gilletts who run SPAR stores across Devon and Cornwall

SPAR stores across Devon and Cornwall have raised £5544.07 for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) through their in-store collection tins over the past year.

Collection tins were put on the cash desk in SPAR stores across Devon and Cornwall and customers have given their spare change generously to the local children’s charity which has three children’s hospices across the region.

Bodybuilding debut is days away for Dawn

Colleagues at Little Harbour are backing Dawn all the way

Dawn Barnard, 45, from St Blazey has worked as a carer at Little Harbour children’s hospice at Porthpean in St Austell for almost three years. Inspired by the families she works with and friends in the fitness industry Dawn set herself a huge challenge of competing in a bodybuilding competition while raising funds for Little Harbour. Since January she has committed to a strict regime of training and diet all while putting time into her fundraising for Little Harbour as well.

Firewalk coming to Plymouth next month

Kitley House - the venue for Firewalk Plymouth

There is less than one month to go before Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) Firewalk at Kitley House Hotel near Plymouth.

Over 65 adrenaline junkies have already signed up to walk across hot coals at the Firewalk, all in the name of raising vital funds for the local children’s charity which runs Little Harbour children’s hospice in St Austell.