The prize amounts have changed to offer you all a better chance of winning! First Prize £1,000, 2nd Prize £250, 3rd Prize 100. 10 prizes of £20 & 20 prizes of £10. The new prize fund takes effect on Friday 5th February.
Every year we rely on our supporters to donate Easter Eggs to the Fundraising department so we can use these to create hampers for local businesses to raffle off. This is where you come in. We need your help to collect as many eggs as possible in order to create the hampers we need. Please… Read more »
Assistant Provincial Grand Master Worshipful Brother George Mann was accompanied by Colin Ross the Provincial Charity Steward and Derek Brook the Provincial Communications Officer they brought with them a donation of £10,000 from the Cheshire Freemason’s Charity to assist the Hospice in its ongoing developments.
Members of the team at Sanctuary365 have pulled together to raise funds for a special cause that’s very close to their hearts. Recently the team at Sanctuary365, who provide personal alarms and assistive technology from Centurion House in Northgate Street, have dug deep to raise over £150 for a nearby hospice which provides care and support… Read more »
The hospice, based in Backford near Chester, provides free-of-charge palliative care to patients and their families facing life-limiting illnesses across Cheshire West and Deeside.
Over the coming 12 months, Jackson Fire & Security will raise funds for the charity, which relies on £2.5 million annual donations in order to offer it’s services to local people. Six members of the team at Jackson Fire & Security took part in the hospice’s Colour Fun Run this year, which raised hundreds of pounds for the charity.
To members of the Hospice of the Good Shepherd Lottery.
In accordance with the Gambling Commission’s Licence Conditions & Codes of Practice, Page 18, S11. The Hospice of the Good Shepherd Promotions Ltd, hereby gives all members of the hospice lottery 28 day’s notice of the changes to the weekly prize draw.
Please Note: Shops will be closing on Christmas Eve at 1pm and re-opening Monday 4th January 2016.
Have a lovely Christmas and we will see you in the New Year!
We are teaming up with the Charity xmas tree collection service this year.
Please support your local Hospice and help us to continue providing FREE care to all.
Have your Xmas tree collected by the JustHelping and Hospice team.
We will be collecting trees on the 9/10 & 16/17 January 2016
We would welcome a donation for having your tree collected.
Please help us to help others! To arrange a collection please book in at www.charityxmastreecollection.com
On Wednesday (December 16) the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) publishes new guidance entitled: Care of dying adults in the last days of life.
The guidance aims to address many of the concerns raised by the independent review of the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) and gives a framework for healthcare professionals to provide people with the best possible care in their last days of life. The LCP was phased out in July 2014
A festival of Christmas wreaths brightened Upton-by-Chester last weekend. More than 40 local groups display their Yuletide creations at Upton United Reformed Church. Schools, businesses, organisations, clubs, churches and church groups made and decorated wreaths to represent their activities and had fun showing their ingenuity. Event organiser Deborah Ormerod was delighted to see how community… Read more »
Thousands of Santas sprinted, jogged and strolled through Chester for the annual Christmas fun run . Dressed in red suits, hats and beards, Saint Nicks of all ages took to the city’s streets to raise money for charity on December 6. Not even a heavy downpour could dampen the festive atmosphere. Now in its fifth… Read more »
High winds on Sunday (November 29) in Chester meant that fundraising lilies for a city hospice could not be launched on the River Dee as planned. More than 400 people turned up to The Groves on Sunday afternoon for the annualHospice of the Good Shepherd Light up a Life service to remember and celebrate the… Read more »