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Malvern Hills Walk 2020

With mass participation fundraising events off the cards this summer, but St Richard’s needing your support more than ever, our 36th Malvern Hills Walk will look a little different this year. You can still dust off those walking boots and enjoy the beautiful views of the Malverns, while supporting our care, but this year at… Read more »

Dawn to dusk walk for hospice care

  A retired driver from Worcester has walked the entire length of the Worcestershire Way, raising over £600 in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. Dave Till, aged 67 from St John’s, decided to take on the challenge in support of St Richard’s to remember his wife who is living with dementia. The 31 mile dawn… Read more »

Walk Worcestershire’s waterways for hospice

Walkers, nature lovers and hospice supporters are being invited to join the St Richard’s Hospice Waterways Walk and raise funds to help the hospice care for patients with life-limiting illnesses. The hospice’s seventh annual Waterways Walk will take place on Sunday 7th August, and this year will include a choice of three distances, an 11-mile… Read more »

Sponsored walk raises funds for hospice

  A Worcester youngster and his family stepped out for hospice care by taking on a sponsored walk, raising over £900 for St Richard’s Hospice. Jay Ingram, aged 8, wanted to support the hospice that cared for his aunt, Mel Baker, before her death in 2014 and persuaded others in his family to join him…. Read more »

Accountants swap suits for boots

A team of five accountants from Worcester are preparing to swap their suits for walking boots and spending a day out of the office, all in a good cause. Bishop Fleming colleagues Julian Carroll, Shaun Mooney, Chris Ireland, Phil Redgate and Ian Smith will be taking part in St Richard’s Hospice annual Worcestershire Way walk… Read more »

Malvern resident proves age is no barrier

A hospice supporter from Malvern is proving that age is no barrier to fitness by walking 38 miles in a single day for St Richard’s Hospice. David Hawkins, a Malvern Hills Conservator, is celebrating his 80th birthday next month with a gruelling 38 mile fundraising hike. He has been in training over recent weeks and… Read more »

Walk the Worcestershire Way for charity

An event organised by St Richard’s Hospice offers the opportunity to walk the whole of the Worcestershire way in a day to support hospice care across the county. Many keen walkers have already signed up for this year’s Worcestershire Way Walk and, either individually or as a team, will be taking on the challenging 31… Read more »

Sun shines for Waterways Walk

More than 150 walkers strode out to support St Richard’s Hospice on the charity’s popular annual Waterways Walk on Sunday, 2nd August. Around 100 walkers took on the 21 mile circular route from Droitwich Spa Marina, along the restored Droitwich Canal and River Severn to Diglis in Worcester and back beside the Worcester and Birmingham… Read more »

Walk Worcestershire’s waterways for hospice

Walkers, nature lovers and hospice supporters are being invited to join the St Richard’s Hospice Waterways Walk and help raise funds to help the hospice care for patients with life threatening illnesses. The sixth annual Waterways Walk will take place on Sunday 2nd August, and will include a choice of two distances. The 11 mile route… Read more »

Funeral colleagues step out for hospice

A team of colleagues from a Worcester based funeral directors are preparing to walk 21 miles along Worcestershire’s beautiful waterways in aid of St Richard’s Hospice. Lisa Randall, Tim Mitchell and Hannah Sandbrook from Co-operative Funeralcare, based in Lowesmoor Worcester, have been training to take part in the hospice’s Waterways Walk next month. The sixth annual… Read more »