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Marathon man Andy's big-hitting eBay auction for children's hospice

Former Somerset County Cricket Club chairman Andy Nash and the signed England shirt worn by Jos Buttler against the West Indies that is up for auction in aid of Children’s Hospice South West.

A colossal collection of outstanding sporting items is going under the hammer in aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

Former Somerset County Cricket Club chairman Andy Nash has called on favours from across the cricketing world and beyond to gather an incredible haul of more than 20 items, including test match tickets, ‘money-can’t-buy’ experiences and unique memorabilia.

School children climbing UK peaks for Children’s Hospice South West

Bodie and Gracie Blake from Ideford, near Kingsteignton have climbed Scafell Pike in the Lake District in aid of Children’s Hospice South West

Two Devon schoolchildren have scaled the first of two UK mountains to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

Brother and sister Bodie and Gracie Blake, from Ideford, near Kingsteignton, spent the first weekend of their Easter holidays in Cumbria scaling Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak. They are due to head to Scotland to tackle Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest, in their summer holidays.

World record-breaker Mark's 100-mile three-legged walk for children's hospice

Mark Edwards (centre) is enlisting help from his friends to complete the three-legged challenge at the Sports Ground in Bideford in aid of Children's Hospice South West

A Bideford world record holder has set himself a new challenge as he looks to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West.

Mark Edwards will be channelling school sports day with a 100-mile three-legged walk over the Easter weekend.

Starting on the morning of Good Friday (April 19), Mark will do 400 laps of Bideford Sports Ground – the equivalent of Bideford to Bristol – non-stop over 50 hours, finishing on Easter Sunday afternoon.

£20,000 Pledged at 10th Moonlight Memory Walk

Ladies all ready for the 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk

Children’s Hospice South West’s (CHSW) 10th anniversary Moonlight Memory Walk was held on Saturday 30th March in Falmouth and £20,000 was pledged in sponsorship to the children’s charity by the 300 people that took part. 

To celebrate the event’s special anniversary this year it was moved to a spring date and was also opened up for men to take part as well as women. 

Colleagues climb Kili


Three members of JL Corporate based in Portishead have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and raised funds for local charity, Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

James Lake, Barry Richardson and Jack Walsh, set out to climb the highest mountain in Africa, a challenge which Jack said “pushed them beyond their limits”. This is the first charity partnership the company, which supplies phone and tablet accessories, have ever embarked on.

Managing Director, James, said