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Hundreds of trees have been planted in North Devon in support of the region’s two hospice charities.
Last year, the Bratton Fleming-based company Birch Meadow Landscaping invited people to buy a tree for a minimum £4 donation to Children’s Hospice South West and North Devon Hospice.
At the weekend, Birch Meadow owner Edward Prouse and his team planted 200 trees donated through the scheme and presented cheques of £500 to each charity.
Hartnell Taylor Cook has announced its support of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) in its centenary year.
The commercial property consultancy with offices in Bristol and London, are proud to be supporting this charity which is close to their hearts. Its 98 employees in the firm will be supporting both CHSW and GOSH throughout 2022.
The Business Club was set up as an opportunity for local businesses to build connections and share knowledge whilst supporting the vital work of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
In the wasteland that was Saturday morning kids’ TV during the mid-1970s, the BBC reigned supreme with its typically boring, Blue Peter-style, public service-oriented Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, in which Noel Edmonds invited the nation’s nippers to phone in and, you know, swap stuff.
A handmade, oak rocking horse has been donated to Little Harbour children’s hospice in St Austell after hours of work by one man creating it from scratch.
John, 77, a retired heating engineer had always been a keen woodworker and on moving to West Putford Holsworthy, eleven years ago met and had lessons from a professional wood turner living in the same hamlet.
Mike Brown from Plymstock but currently living in Mystic, Connecticut, USA, is cycling 17.1 miles a day from the 1st Jan until 8th July (188 days); the equivalent distance from Mystic to Charlton Farm children’s hospice near Bristol and here’s why.
Cavanna Homes has announced that it will continue fundraising for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) as its charity of the year until the end of 2023.
The housebuilder has raised nearly £40,000 for CHSW since 2019 and has vowed to keep supporting the charity’s three South West hospices – Little Bridge House in North Devon, Charlton Farm in North Somerset, and Little Harbour in Cornwall – for a further two years.