Stone Roses star appears at St Clare Hospice charity football event

THE LEAD singer of The Stone Roses appeared at a charity football match at Thurrock FC on Sunday.

St Clare announce service for bereaved children

ST Clare Hospice has announced the launch of a new Children’s Bereavement Service following the receipt of a major grant from BBC Children in Need.

Norcott family praised for fundraising for Princess Alexandra

THE Norcott family have been fundraising for Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Charity for over 11 years now and have recently donated their latest cheque to the Williams Day Unit at PAH.

Harlow Tye Rotary invite you to abseil down the Water Tower

WOULD you like to raise money for a charity or voluntary organisation that is dear to your heart, or are you involved in such an organisation that needs to raise money for a particular project? It can be local, national or international and it might be, for instance, a School, a Club, a Hospice or […]

More help for Harlow charities

HARLOW communities will be able to do more for themselves and charities will benefit from a new Essex lottery scheme later this year, following announcements made by the Leader of the County Council today (Tuesday 14 February).

St Clare Hospice calls on Harlow businesses to take up £50 Challenge

ST Clare Hospice is calling on their local businesses across West Essex and East Hertfordshire to put their entrepreneurial skills and business acumen to the test by taking up the St Clare ‘£50 Challenge’.

Church Langley’s Poppy wins winter walkie prize

ST Clare Hospice has officially revealed the winner of their Cutest Canine photo competition ahead of their Winter Walkies event. Top dog Poppy, a beautiful 9 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier owned by Yvonne Carter, is set to officially open the charity’s 5k sponsored dog walk taking place on 26th February. Poppy, who is a rescue dog, won the competition against nineteen other dogs after polling an incredible 186 votes on the Hospice’s Facebook page.

Come and work in St Clare Hospice shop

ST Clare Hospice is supported in caring for local people with life-limiting illnesses by over 500 dedicated volunteers, with more than 250 of those kind-hearted individuals supporting the Hospice’s eight charity shops.

Is your dog the cutest in Harlow?

IS your pooch positively perfect? Is your dog dazzling? Is your cuddly companion the cutest? Is your furry friend the fairest of them all? Then why not enter them into St Clare Hospice’s Cutest Canine Competition.

Spurs stars spread Christmas cheer at Princess Alexandra

FOUR of Tottenham Hotspur’s stars delighted sick youngsters at Princess Alexandra Hospital earlier this week when they turned up with sacks of Christmas gifts.

Hospital Chaplain and Fire Safety Officer take to the treadmill for fitness fundraiser

TWO members of staff have been busy training in preparation for a fitness challenge to raise funds for the Princess Alexandra Hospital Charity.

Harvey Centre support Harlow fundraiser

THE Harvey Centre has agreed to support local charity fundraiser, Terry Card, in his plight to raise money for St Clare Hospice Hastingwood and Macmillan Cancer Support. Terry’s charity work is well known in Harlow, having raised £813 for St Clare Hospice last year.

Christmas Fair at the Abbot Care Centre

This ensures all our residents get the better quality of life they deserve. We will be able to supply them all with meaningful activities daily and provide simple everyday items that many of us take for granted.

St Clare Christmas Fayre at Great Parndon

ST Clare Hospice will be hoping to raise vital funds for the charity by hosting a Christmas Fayre in Harlow next weekend (Saturday 20 November).

Harlow charity YCT is saving energy

A CHARITY covering Essex, Herts and parts of Greater London which specialises in providing free counselling and therapeutic support to children and young people is saving energy and money thanks to a new electronic timer for its boiler, donated by the E.ON Energy Action Fund.

Burlesque dancer Jem to put on show to say thanks to St Clares

A FORMER patient of St Clare Hospice is hosting a Cabaret Event to raise funds for the charity which cared for her following a devastating cancer diagnosis.
Jem Ayres, 33 years from Harlow, is the founder of Burlesque Jems dance school and will be hosting their 5th annual Cabaret Event in honour of the Hastingwood-based Hospice. The ‘Burlesque Jems Cabaret Event’ will take place on Saturday 22 October at the Great Parndon Community Association in Harlow.

Harlow comedian has head shaved for dear friend Paul Bonello

THE event was last Saturday October 1st, as a fundraiser for the British Heart Foundation, in memory of a dear friend Paul “Bellsy” Bonello, who sadly passed away back in April. Paul was returning from holiday, when he was taken seriously ill on the plane due to Deep Vein Thrombosis. He was moved to a hospital on landing and then died shortly after.

Lisa to cycle to Brighton for St Clares

On Sunday 11th September a daughter will be completing the iconic London to Brighton cycle ride in memory of her mother, Rita Byrne. Lisa Rodmell formed the ‘Ride for Rita’ charity cycling team after her mother was admitted to St Clare Hospice. Rita sadly passed away at the Hastingwood-based centre on 24th August (aged 64 years) and the cycling group aim to raise more than £2,000 in support of the charity who cared for her in her final weeks.

Get your colour vibe for St Clares Hospice

MORE than thirty creative fundraisers have signed up to get colourful for their local Hospice this summer. On 20th August hundreds of runners will be heading down to Nuclear Races near Ongar to take part in the Colour Vibe 5k – including some keen St Clare supporters.

Mehmet returns after heroic cycle from Harlow to Turkey

IF ever there was a person befitting a hero’s welcome, look no further than Essex’s own ‘Hospice Hero’ Mehmet Cakmak. The 50 year old Harlow businessman received a fitting hero’s welcome when he returned to the UK having cycled more than 3,000 miles on a solo ride across Europe in aid of St Clare Hospice.

Mehmet’s family “so proud” after marathon cycle feat

FEW people in Harlow would have failed to hear about Mehmet Cakmak’s fantastic Cyclothon from Harlow to Ankara in Turkey. For those who might have been away or asleep let’s have a recap: Mehmet, owner of Bush Fair’s Café Pizzaria set off from Harlow on Saturday 16th April determined not only to reach Ankara but also to raise £5,000 for St Clare Hospice.

Fundraisers swoop 110 feet down water tower in Harlow for Polly

EIGHT superheroes abseiled down Affinity Water Tower in Harlow to raise £1,800 to enhance children’s services at Basildon Hospital.

Bush Fair cafe owner on course in mammoth cycle to Turkey

ON Saturday 16th April, Mehmet Cakmak, owner of Café Pizzeria in Bush Fair, set off on the journey of a lifetime from Harlow to his hometown Ankara in Turkey, all with just him and his bike.

Bush Fair cafe owner set to cycle to Turkey

Mehmet, the owner and manager of Cafe Pizzeria in the Bush Fair area of Harlow, has lived in Ilford for over 30 years and opened his business in Harlow 25 years ago. On reaching his 50th birthday last November, Mehmet decided he wanted to take on a personal challenge and give something back to his local community.


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