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Santa Fun Run 2016

Take part in our fun, festive runs through the Royal Parks and raise money to help fund our Christmas care!

Thank you for supporting this year’s Santa Fun Run!

This festive season, hundreds of supporters joined us for our 5k Santa Fun Runs in Bushy Park (27 November 2016 at 1pm)  and Richmond Park (4 December 2016 at 10.30am & 12.30pm).

As always, this was a family friendly event suitable for all abilities, where participants were free to walk, skip or run to the finish line.

This year there was no registration fee, but we did ask that all runners helped raise as much money as possible for the Hospice by setting themselves an ambitious sponsorship target.  Santa Fun Runner Natalie Henson tells us why she and her family are running this year.  Click here for the full story.

The amount raised from our Santa Fun Runs will help us to fund our care and support on Christmas Day.

Silver Anniversary of Towpath Trundle

Almost 300 walkers trundled along the towpath at the 25th Towpath Trundle in aid of the Hospice on Sunday 21 May. The weather stayed dry as young and old took part in the sponsored walk along the southern banks of the River Thames. Setting off at 11am from both Sadlers Ride in West Molesey and Walton Bridge, supporters chose to walk either four or eight miles to raise vital funds for the Hospice.

Monday 22 May

Surrey Organisations Join Forces For Dying Matters Week

This year is the eighth Dying Matters Awareness Week (8-14 May 2017) and five Surrey organisations – Princess Alice Hospice, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice, Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group and CSH Surrey – have collaborated to organise and run a two-day event under the banner of ‘What can we do?” and ‘Before I die I want to…’ at the Ashley Centre, Epsom on Monday 8 May and Tuesday 9 May.

Monday 8 May

Greatest ever London Marathon!

After a record number of runners crossed the Start Line of the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 23 April, more than 39,400 completed the gruelling 26.2 mile journey from Blackheath to Westminster, making the 37th edition of the race the biggest in its history by 347 runners.

Tuesday 25 April

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