JOANNE Weston, 47, from Harlow, has cycled 100 miles during the prestigious Prudential RideLondon on 30 July in memory of her mother.
A son, whose mother passed away at St Clare Hospice less than a year ago, has raised almost £2,000 in vital funding for St Clare by taking on the Three Peaks Challenge in her memory.
TWO Harlow fundraisers have collected over £4,000 through a number of ventures.
ST Clare volunteer, Goolmohr “Georgie” Cantel, descended down the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide in aid of the Hastingwood-based charity on Saturday 22 July.
PARINGDON sports and social club held a charity evening on Saturday 22nd July to raise money for Help for Heroes.
A group of West Essex and East Herts businesses have successfully put their entrepreneurial skills and business acumen to the test by completing the St Clare Hospice ‘£50 Challenge’.
HARLOW business, HTS Group, has cemented its partnership with St Clare Hospice by taking on a mammoth 240 mile cycling challenge for the Hastingwood-based charity.
TEN men from Harlow took on the mighty challenge of the three highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland in 24 hours to raise over £7,000 for Breast Cancer UK.
HARLOW estate agents Reyland & Johnson are hosting a Fun Day at The Link, Harlow, in aid of St Clare Hospice on Saturday 8 July. Event organisers, James Reyland and Ben Johnson, are aiming to raise more than £5,000 for the Hastingwood-based hospice charity at their annual community fundraiser.
NEARLY 400 neon walkers from across West Essex and East Herts came together to ‘light up the night’ and dance in the streets in support of St Clare Hospice’s Midnight Walk on Saturday (1 July) at The Water Gardens, Harlow.
A HARLOW son, whose mother passed away at St Clare Hospice less than a year ago, will be tackling the Three Peaks Challenge in her memory and in aid of the Hastingwood-based charity.
ST Clare Hospice’s annual Midnight Walk event will return in just one week, on Saturday 1 July. The neon-themed party is set to ‘light up the night’ across Harlow town, with a DJ motivating walkers and Harlow Clubbercise leading participants in a glowstick-fuelled dance warm up.
MORE than 21 venues will be opening their gates to the public in aid of St Clare Hospice during their 23rd annual Open Gardens Weekend.
DURING the week of 22-28 May St Clare supporters took part in the Hospice’s first ever ‘Go Bright’ campaign, which saw a flurry of bright events and celebrations take place across West Essex and East Herts – raising awareness and funds for the Hastingwood-based charity.
TO kick off Volunteers’ Week, today we’re sharing with you a lovely story from a lovely lady – Val Jones, a Day Therapy volunteer here at St Clare. Val has been with us for 5 years now, giving her time to us every Thursday…
Tommy Whitelaw, from Glasgow, was a full time carer for his late mother Joan who was diagnosed with vascular dementia. Through supporting his mother, Tommy has become a well-known national campaigner raising awareness of the issues surrounding dementia. Tommy has already delivered over 550 talks reaching 80,000 people through ‘Dementia Carers Voices’.
The event entailed forty fierce fire-walkers, nearly half the Haslers workforce, marching bare-foot across hot embers in memory of their former employee, Charlotte James, who lost her battle with cancer at age 20 at the Hastingwood-based hospice in 2014.
MARC Rhodes, Business Intelligence Developer for Princess Alexandra Hospital is attempting an incredible solo challenge.
A HARLOW company has raised thousands for a homeless charity by abseiling down the side of the Church Langley Water Tower. Astro Lighting took on the feat on behalf of Street2Homes over the May Bank Holiday period. They raised £2,274.25. A film of their feat is below. Tweet
CROWDS gathered around Esquires Coffee House in the Water Gardens on a spring-like Saturday morning, ready to join brain injury survivor David Chennells on his massive challenge to walk one mile through the town centre. This walk was to be the furthest distance David had walked since his brain haemorrhage in 2007, which left him […]
THE mayor of Epping, Cllr Les Burrows, and Harlow Council Vice Chair, Cllr Sue Livings, were amongst those who enjoyed a night at the races at a charity event in aid of St Clare Hospice.
DOZENS of brave organisations and individuals spent the weekend abseiling down the side of the Church Langley water tower in order to raise money for charity.
ST Clare Hospice has announced the departure of their Chief Executive, Tanya Curry, after eight years at the organisation.
GET your glow sticks at the ready and grab your friends and family because St Clare Hospice’s Midnight Walk is coming, and you’re invited to the party! On Saturday 1 July, Harlow will be set to ‘light up the night’ for St Clare when its annual neon-themed sponsored 5k and 10k walk takes to the streets for the ninth time in what promises to be the biggest Midnight Walk party yet.