Take a look at all the fantastic things our local community has been doing to raise funds for our new Hospice.
On 27th January, local chef, restaurateur and caterer, Nik Westacott, held a 'Dream Dinner' or in this case 'lunch' at his restaurant in Fishbourne - The Old Greenhouse. Nik generously donated his time and ingredients and asked guests to donate their total spend - what a great result!
Frank and Vicky have been busy raising money in all manner of ways from Frank’s Ukulele Gigs, their regular Bridge Group, U3A, baking Chelsea buns and more recently (as pictured), a Burns Night at the Elmer Hotel. Colletively these have raised £580 and there's more ideas in the melting pot for this fundraising duo.
Bosham Friday Morning Duplicate Bridge Club has been running for 16 years. Community minded, the members decided they would welcome the new Hospice to the village by making a donation to the DREAMBUILDING project in lieu of their weekly fees.
Mike Harrington takes on the role of 'baggage boy' at the 2015 Paris to Hayling bike ride and raises an astonishing amount for his efforts!
'An interview with Isabel Ashdown’ on 30th March 2017 raised a fantastic amount towards our new Hospice, thanks to ticket sales, donations and a wonderful raffle.
The lovely ladies at the Chichester Embroiderers' Guild used their creative flair to produce a wonderful array of bespoke embroidered pieces, which they sold at Drapers Yard on 29th April.
Matt Hayden is completing a series of four marathons to raise money for our DREAMBUILDING! He has recently completed the Belfast Marathon and is now training hard to prepare for his second run which will take place in Oslo in September. Keep your eyes peeled for an update then!
Peter Lake, along with his team members Alex, Aimee and John, recently took part in Rough Runner - an obstacle course and run combined - to raise money for our DREAMBUILDING. Here is a picture of the four of them at the finish line, after what I'm sure was a challenging but fun day! They donated an incredible total of £870.50 to us - many thanks to the four of them for all their hard work.