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New Year, New Challenge

Challenge yourself in 2019

This year there are more exciting ways to actively support your local Hospice than ever. Choose from cycling, running, walking or adrenaline events and create life long memories whilst supporting life changing care in the local community.

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Where does the money go?

Where does the money go?

Wall of fame

£3.6k Jamie Hopkins

In 2016, Jamie took part in the '52 week challenge'. He did one challenge a week for the whole of 2016 to raise money for St Wilfrid’s – He even went as far as getting a tattoo to mark his achievement. Thank you Jamie!

£575 Karen Swash

A big thank you to Karen Swash who ran the 'Ridgeway Revenge 10k' in memory of her mum, who was cared for by St Wilfrid's in 2005. 

£6.5k In Memory of Alice Moore.

A massive thank you to Chris and Jane Moore, John Miller, Rachel Darlow, Hoylake Golf Club, and the many friends and family, who through their online pages and golf day, raised this amazing amount in memory of their dear daughter, fiancée and friend Alice Moore.

£10k Jamie Alderton

In November 2016, Grenade Fit gym owner Jamie Alderton raised over £10,000 for St Wilfrid’s by completing a 24hr one man sled push at his gym in Chichester. What an amazing feat of endurance and commitment!

£500 Ormiston Six Villages Academy

Students, their families and staff at the Ormiston Six Villages Academy raised £500 by running a ‘Wear it Blue’ non-uniform day. This was an idea put forward by pupil, Katie Roff whose family was helped through a difficult time at St Wilfrid’s.

£3.4k Michael Evans

Michael ran the Manchester half marathon back in October 2016 in memory of his mum, Susan. Michael raised an amazing £3418.48! Michael passes on his thanks to all of the carers at St Wilfrid’s and has said “it's nice to have something positive to come out of such a sad moment in my life”.

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Dreambuilding

St Wilfrid’s New Hospice Appeal

St Wilfrid’s has served its local community for over 30 years. However, to continue providing our specialist care we urgently need to build a new purpose-built Hospice, a dream-building which will enable us to support our local community for the next 30 years and beyond.

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Dreambuilding