Step to help hospice
A Starlight Walk has been arranged to raise money for Garden House Hospice. Preparations for the event were launched last week by Cllr Alison Ashley, chairman of North Herts District Council, and hospice chairman David Heymans. This is a new event, with t
A Starlight Walk has been arranged to raise money for Garden House Hospice.
Preparations for the event were launched last week by Cllr Alison Ashley, chairman of North Herts District Council, and hospice chairman David Heymans.
This is a new event, with the Comet among the sponsors, in the Garden House calendar and the hospice is hoping that many of their supporters will join them to raise much needed funds to maintain the level of care that is needed by patients and their families.
The Starlight Walk, a ladies only sponsored event, will leave from North Herts Leisure Centre just before midnight on September 12 and the 10-mile circular route will take the walkers towards Hitchin and around Letchworth GC to surround the hospice with support throughout the night.
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The hospice is looking for ladies of all ages and levels of fitness to rise to the challenge of raising as much money as possible to help Garden House. The �15 entry fee will include a 2009 Starlight Walk T-shirt, a medal and refreshments.
An application form and further information can be found on the Garden House Hospice website www.ghhospice.co.uk or from the fundraising office on 01462 679540.
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"We are very grateful to our sponsors and the local Rotarians who are helping us to make this very special event possible," said hospice general manager Jenny Lupton.