Double Olympic medallist to officially start the Chester Santa Dash
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Paul Gerrard, 17 has been volunteering for a while now at the Overpool shop. We spoke to him and found out about his volunteering experiences and how volunteering has benefited him. Why did you choose to volunteer for the Hospice? I finished school and wanted a part-time job for the summer to keep me busy,… Read more »
Last week, a group of 7 employees from the Commercial Banking team at Lloyds Bank volunteered their manpower for a full day at the Hospices warehouse, to help us prepare for the busy Christmas period. The staff, who work in the Data Privacy part of Lloyds Bank support the Hospice every year by helping us with any task in hand.
Temporary Closure Of The Living Garden…
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd is due to undergo a period of building work and the contractors are due onsite the week commencing Monday 19 October 2015.
Due to Health and Safety regulations, The Living Garden will be closed from this date for a period of approximately nine months for the duration of the building work.
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience and we thank you for your co-operation and understanding
Check out our new Neston store!! Donations needed.
Scott Graves organised a charity cricket day in Christleton to thank staff at the Hospice of the Good Shepherd for the care given to his wife Helen Dougherty-Graves.
At their recent meeting Chris Courtney Williams from the Senior Blues presented Steve Hoy, the Chief Executive from the Hospice of the Good Shepherd with a T shirt signed by Amanda Mealing, one of the stars of BBC TV’s Casualty programme. Amanda is a personal friend of Chris and came to speak at a Senior… Read more »
25-year-old Tim Peters from Newton in Chester and his wife Amy have shown inspirational strength after Tim was diagnosed with a brain tumour in December 2014, weeks before his daughter, Imogen Faith was due to be born.
Willaston are getting ready to paint the town this coming weekend – literally. The Colour Fun Run will be taking place on Sunday 5th July and will see hundreds of people doused in a rainbow of colours in aid of the Hospice of the Good Shepherd.
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd has been shortlisted for Local Charity of the Year for 2015/16 by Sainsbury’s in Chester.
Harvey Hughes-Sharp, aged 5, sent the Hospice of the Good Shepherd a letter earlier this year with a beautiful hand painted jar full of coins, it said, “I have been doing chores to raise money for the Hospice to say thank you for looking after my mummy, I miss her very much.”