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Rotary Marathon Supports Hospice Care
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care has recently received a donation of £2,250 from the Farnham Weyside Rotary Club. The money was raised by the Farnham Pilgrim Marathon, which the Rotary Club organises every year. Around 800 runners took part in the marathon on Sunday 8th September....
26/03/20
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Thieves Break In To Phyllis Tuckwell Shop
Thieves broke into Phyllis Tuckwell’s charity shop in Ash on Friday night, stealing jewellery and causing hundreds of pounds’ worth of damage. Staff at the shop discovered the break-in when they arrived to open up on Saturday morning. The perpetrators had kicked in the lower panel of the front...
25/03/20
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Dog Walk Helps Hospice Care
It was a chilly but dry morning for Phyllis Tuckwell’s dogs and their walkers at this year’s Wellies & Walkies event, which was held on Sunday 15th March. Organised to raise money to help fund the care which Phyllis Tuckwell provides for local patients and families who are living with an...
19/03/20
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Make A Will That Makes A Difference
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care is urging people to make a Will that makes a difference during its Make a Will Month, which takes place throughout April. During April, a selection of local solicitors will be offering to make your Will in return for a donation to Phyllis Tuckwell,...
09/03/20
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Hospice Plant Sales Offer Value for Money
Local Hospice Care charity Phyllis Tuckwell has a wide variety of plants on sale at low prices, so if you want to brighten up your garden after those dull winter months, then this is the place to visit! “We hold plant sales on the first Sunday of every month, from April to October, to raise...
09/03/20
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Celebs Line Up for Phyllis Footie Fundraiser
Come along to a star-studded Celebrity Soccer football match, and watch the fundraising kick off for Phyllis Tuckwell! After a hugely successful match last year, which raised around £12,000 for local Hospice Care, this popular event is making a return for 2020. It boasts a celebrity line-up...
03/03/20
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Getting Out In The Fresh Air For Hospice Care
With the evenings drawing out and flowers starting to bloom in the hedgerows, spring finally seems in sight. So why not celebrate the arrival of some sunnier weather with a stroll in the beautiful Surrey countryside? Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care has a few ideas to get you out and...
03/03/20
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Farnham Brass Band
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care has recently received a donation of £250 from Farnham Brass Band, who raised the money just before Christmas, when they gathered together in the Lion and Lamb Yard in Farnham to play a selection of carols and traditional Christmas songs. The money...
27/02/20
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Play Your Cards Right for Hospice Care
Fancy a slice of cake with your game of Bridge? Or perhaps a glass of wine? Make your next bridge game extra special by supporting Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care. Bridge groups across Surrey and Hampshire are invited to help support this local charity and turn their next game into an exciting...
19/02/20
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14 Challenges to Raise Money for Phyllis
Phyllis Tuckwell supporter Steve Radcliffe has quite a plan for 2020. To raise money for the Hospice Care charity which is currently looking after his wife Janey, Steve will be taking on an incredible 14 challenges in just six months! From April to September, Steve will complete three cycling...
11/02/20
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