Posts Tagged with: fundraising

Superhero Challenge

                        Please note that registrations for this event have now closed. If you would like to still take part there are time slots, subject to availability on the day, from 11:45 so join us! Please note that all time slots are subject to availability…. Read more »

Hospice launches raffle to win a car

Local residents can start the new year with a great prize – the chance to win a brand new car for just £2 in the St Richard’s Hospice raffle. Ticket sales from the raffle to win the car will help raise funds to help St Richard’s provide compassionate care to patients living with life-limiting illnesses… Read more »

Celebrate the season with hospice festive ball

Dance and dine your way into the festive season and join St Richard’s Hospice as it kicks off its Christmas celebrations with its biggest party of the year. There is just over a month to go before the St Richard’s Snowdrop Ball. Tickets are still available for the glamorous event, to be held on Saturday… Read more »

Cycling buddies ride to Paris

Two keen cyclists took to the saddle this summer to ride over 300 miles from London to Paris, all in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. The two friends Angela Preece and Janice Wallace, both from Claines, set off on 20th July to complete their international challenge in just four days, raising over £4,000 to support… Read more »

Suckley to hold BFG Fest

The residents of Suckley have organised a beer and food festival to celebrate village life and raise funds to support hospice care across the county. The BFG Fest (Beer, Food and Gift Fest) will be held in and around Suckley Church on Saturday 24th September, from 3pm – 9pm, in aid of St Richard’s Hospice… Read more »

Mountain challenge supports hospice care

A team of intrepid hospice supporters are in training to take on a Snowdon Challenge with a difference later this month, all in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. On 24th September, Russ Walker from Worcester, will be joined by 40 friends and family to hike up and down Snowdon before cycling a 35km route around… Read more »

Hospice guests enjoy festival fireworks

Over 150 Worcester Festival goers enjoyed a very special evening river cruise with St Richard’s Hospice to enjoy the festival finale fireworks from a unique viewpoint. The sell-out cruise on Bank Holiday Monday offered a fun party atmosphere and the perfect position from which to watch the spectacular Worcester Festival fireworks, raising £2,700 to help… Read more »

Fun run offers chance to support hospice

Anyone who has been inspired to get active by the success of Team GB in this summer’s Olympic Games is invited to take part in a fun run in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. The event organised by Norton Community Trust and St Richard’s Hospice will take place on Sunday 25th September and will feature… Read more »

Double summit challenge for hospice

A team of intrepid cyclists at Open GI took on a challenge with a difference last weekend, all in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. On Saturday 6th August, a group of Open GI employees travelled to the Lake District to take on a gruelling climb of the UK’s top two toughest cycling climbs, Hardknott Pass… Read more »

Woo Fest huge success for hospice care

Upton based music festival, Woo Fest, held last Saturday, has proved a huge success raising over £8,000 in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. The festival was held on Saturday 23rd July at The Drum and Monkey, near Upton-upon-Severn. Around 400 people enjoyed a variety of live music from bands such as The GTs, The White… Read more »