A TOTAL of 220 people took part in St Clare Hospice’s Walking in Memory 5k walk on Sunday (20September) as the annual flagship sponsored fundraising event went ahead with covid-secure rules in place – raising around £8,000 for the hospice charity in vital funding. As an organised charitable event at an outdoor venue the event […]
THE BOSS of charity Macmillan has announced that there will be a series of redundancies for the charity. CEO Lynda Thomas issued the following statement: “From the moment lockdown began on March 23, all our lives changed overnight. We lost many of our freedoms, our normality, and tragically, many of our loved ones. Worst still, […]
HARLOW Foodbank, dedicated to helping families in crisis for more than 10 years, has received a £1,000 donation from local Freemasons to help fund their vital work across West Essex.
BEING a Friend for Life and supporting the work of St Clare with a regular gift, will help us continue to offer our round-the-clock care to people in your local community.
WHAT’S scarier than taking control of a class full of teenagers? Skydiving at 15,000 feet!
HARLOW- based domestic abuse charity, Safer Places, who work across Essex and Hertfordshire has been given a welcomed cash boost by local Freemasons.
PLAY the Essex Lottery to support good causes across Essex facing financial hardship following the lockdown AND have a chance to win a weekly £25,000 jackpot.
A TOTAL of 212 athletes took part in St Clare Hospice’s 10k 2020 race on Sunday (13September) as the popular annual sporting event celebrated its 26th anniversary, after being rescheduled from April 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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A HARLOW woman is undertaking a “ration challenge” to help refugees from Syria. Vicky O’Brien told YH: “I’m doing the Ration Challenge UK from 13th September to 20th September. This is to support refugees in camps in Jordan, from Syria. I’ve been following the plight of Syria for years and the money raised will support […]
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, has jointly won the prestigious Charity Times’ Corporate Community
BARRATT Homes has donated a Facebook Portal to Ashlyn House in Harlow to give residents more options to stay connected with friends and family throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The device, which is one of three Portals that have been donated to care homes across the South East, will be available for all residents to use […]
THERE is still time to sign up for the St Clare Hospice Walking in Memory event, which will take place at the Hospice in Hastingwood on Sunday 20th September.
THE St Clare Hospice charity mud run, Muddy Mayhem, will be going ahead at Brentwood’s renowned Nuclear Races venue on Sunday 18th October 2020.
VERENA Pudney is well known for her can-do attitude. The Fullers Mead resident proved that once again by undertaking a marathon lockdown cycle challenge.
A MEMBER of Harlow Cycling Club is set to complete a gruelling John O’Groats to Lands End challenge.
A BIG-hearted Harlow girl took on a marathon cycling challenge for charity.
“AS a Type 1 Diabetic myself l know first hand the issues that this condition can cause. Although Diabetes UK already do a great deal to discover new treatments and to raise awareness for this condition that effects over 400 million people worldwide… every little extra helps!
A HARLOW fitness instructor is set to take on a tough 100 mile cycling challenge for charity.
IT’S time to get your running shoes out once more for the annual St Clare 10k, taking place here at the Hospice on Sunday 13th September 2020, with the race setting off at 10:30am.
A LONG-standing supporter of the incredible work that is done by the Harlow Stroke Support and Rehab Centre, Robert Halfon MP has helped secure a £2,000 donation from a local company-founder to the community group.
London Marathon: Disappointment for Harlow runners as mass participation race postponed until October 2021
THE 2020 London Marathon will involve only elite athletes, with 45,000 ‘mass-event’ runners unable to take part because of coronavirus concerns.
AS part of our ongoing support to the community we are hoping to bring families together by launching our new initiative #ChangingLivesTogether.
ST CLARE Hospice are delighted to invite you to their second annual St Clare Walking in Memory event on Sunday 20th September 2020, when they will gather to remember loved ones and celebrate their lives.