THE Harlow shop is open from 10am to 4pm today (Wed 8th July). The Hospice said: “Welcome back to our amazing shoppers and donors. We’ve missed you!
HARLOW Town FC have launched a “Light Us Up” crowdfunder campaign to help raise money for floodlight repairs, whilst rewarding fans for their support.
ST CLARE’S Hospice at Home team of registered nurses and nursing assistants provide free, specialist hands-on personal care in patients’ own homes to those approaching the end of life, or when families need additional support.
St Clare Hospice secures National Lottery funding to launch a new Bereavement Support Helpline for local people
ST Clare Hospice secures National Lottery funding to launch a new Bereavement Support Helpline for local people
AS promised, dedicated Old Harlow resident, Daisy held a cake stall on Sunday outside her house in Jocelyns.
FOR three long months, Harlow athlete Grace Iyinbor has been unable to compete as an athlete. Last year, Grace, who now competes for Enfield and Haringey, made great strides in not only her favourite event (Javelin) where she came sixth in the Southern England Champs but also multi-events as well.
St Clare’s Open Gardens 2020 event goes ‘virtual’ in its 26th year THIS summer, St Clare Hospice’s perennially popular Open Gardens fundraising event is going ‘virtual’ for the first time ever – to ensure the event can still take place amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The Virtual Open Gardens experience will launch on the Hospice’s website […]
St Clare Hospice’s urgent fundraising appeal raises thousands amidst Covid-19 pandemic but road to recovery is still long
St Clare Hospice’s Urgent Fundraising Appeal raises thousands amidst Covid-19 pandemic but the road to recovery is still long ST Clare Hospice’s Urgent Fundraising Appeal, which was launched amidst the coronavirus outbreak, has raised over £120,000 for the West Essex and East Hertfordshire hospice charity. The Urgent Fundraising Appeal was launched in March in an […]
KAREN Sandford, Harlow Salvation Army Major and community leader, has completed the incredible challenge of swimming the width of the Channel – 21 miles plus a little extra for luck – in a paddling pool in her back garden and raised over £1,500 for charity
NOW Daisy has been busy once again raising money for the Alzheimer’s Society in memory of her great Nanny Joan.
THE Jack Petchey Foundation are offering £3000 total in prizes to the winners of their song-writing competition which launched last week. Jack Petchey’s Anthem competition is FREE to enter for all young people aged 11-25 from London and Essex.
IT has been 10 weeks since the UK went into ‘lockdown’ and since then West Essex and East Hertfordshire charity, St Clare Hospice, has pulled out all the stops to diversify its services and continue supporting local people through living with a life-limiting illness, the end of life and bereavement.
WEST Essex based disability charity Accuro has been running virtual services for it’s members throughout the lockdown period. Throughout May, Accuro’s Adult Friendship Scheme put their baking skills to the test with a ‘virtual bake off’ challenge.
ST Clare Hospice in Essex has partnered with local artists, illustrators and tattooists to launch two colouring-in and activity books aiming to ease people’s anxiety while the Covid-19 pandemic is ongoing.
WHEN it comes to looking after our family, there isn’t much we wouldn’t do to take care of them. It may come as a surprise then, that when it comes to stating our wishes for after we’ve gone, more than half of adults living in the UK admit that they do not have a Will.
ST Clare Hospice is marking the annual Carers’ Week (8th – 14th June 2020) awareness campaign with the release of a series of online self-care and wellbeing classes, created by the charity’s Day Therapy team.
CHARITIES offering a range of support to local residents through the Covid-19 pandemic, including mental health, domestic abuse and tackling social isolation are to benefit from a £50,000 donation by London Stansted Airport.
IN these unprecedented times, St Elizabeth’s estimates that the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic could cost us over £1.2 million – both from lost fundraising revenue and from increased expenditure on staffing and protective equipment. St Elizabeth’s cares for and supports over 200 children and adults with severe learning disabilities, severe epilepsy and complex health […]
Support 4 Sight receives the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service Support 4 Sight have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. Support 4 Sight has been serving those in Essex with sight loss for 25 years, powered behind a volunteer service that […]
HEADWAY Essex, the brain injury charity, planned to hold its eighth annual Colour5K at the Ardleigh Showground on Saturday 27 June 2020. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, they’ve had to cancel this year’s event which will have a big impact on the income they need to provide their support to adults with acquired brain injury and their families.
ST CLARE Hospice is launching online bereavement support for people across West Essex and East Hertfordshire in an effort to diversify their service amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and support those experiencing grief during ‘lockdown’.
PLANT Pots and Wellies is an innovative community initiative in Harlow that provides horticultural therapy to adults and children with additional needs.
KIND-hearted Hayley has raised over £2,500 fore two great causes by completing a ten mile bike ride around Harlow.
THE British Heart Foundation (BHF) is encouraging the nation to ‘Beat the Boredom’ and get fundraising to support the charity’s vital work while at home this summer.