THROUGHOUT the course of Hospice Care Week (9th – 15th October) Hastingwood-based charity, St Clare Hospice, campaigned.
HARLOW runner, Kelly Burgess hopes to raise smiles, hopes and cash with a number of charity runs in 2016. Since taking up running, Kelly has impressed the running community with her enthusiasm, energy, ability snd positive mindset. But Kelly wants to use her running as a way of raising money for children. Kelly said: “I […]
ST Clare Hospice has been publically honoured for its work in the Harlow community at an annual community award ceremony. Heart 4 Harlow, an organisation which aims to bring together various groups from across the town, celebrated the impact made by local organisations and businesses at an awards dinner held on Thursday 5th October.
Sir, We would be delighted if your readers could show their support for Hospice Care Week (09-15 October) and take time to learn more about hospice care in their local community and the support offered by St Clare Hospice. Every year St Clare Hospice offers care and support to over 1,800 people with a life-limiting […]
THERE is a Fight Night in Harlow on Saturday night with some of the proceeds going to help Kayleigh Lan Seven-year-old Kaleigh has been diagnosed with an aggressive brain cancer. If it wasn’t for a pioneering experimental treatment in Mexico she would not be here today. Treatment still continues and so does the fundraising. Here […]
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A number of students enrolled on the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme, for 15-17 year olds, have raised a healthy sum of money for local Hastingwood based charity, St Clare Hospice, as part of the scheme.
ST Clare Hospice has welcomed a new Patron to promote the charity’s work supporting local people at the end of their lives. Dame Claire Bertschinger DBE, Deputy Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, has agreed to take on the prestigious role to help raise the Hospice’s profile in the community and beyond.
CALLUM Hynd, aged 33 from Harlow, is set to run the Loch Ness Marathon in aid of local charity, St Clare Hospice, and in memory and honour of beloved uncle, John Hobbs.
‘Strictly Dancing for Dementia’ will take place on Saturday 30 September 2017 from 7.30pm to raise vital funds to purchase a Reminiscence Therapies System for the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
HAVE you got a leather sofa looking for a new loving home? Or how about a dining room table and chairs that are just not getting the use they deserve? St Clare has the answer!
A MEMBER of staff at St Clare Hospice who heads up their Community fundraising has signed up to undertake one of the charity’s own events. Dani De’ath, Community Fundraising Lead
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.