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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
By Tony Carpenter
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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
By Lewis Bigmore
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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
By Lewis Bigmore
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Take to the Skies for Phyllis
The sky’s the limit for Phyllis Tuckwell, as it flies into 2020 with some breath-taking sponsored events, including a hair-raising Wing Walk which will have your heart racing! Getting the year off to a flying start is the first of three Skydive days, on Saturday 28th March. Held at the UK’s...
04/02/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Phyllis Thanks Samfest for Generous Donation
Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care has recently been presented with a cheque for £22,000 from the organisers of Samfest, an all-day music festival which was held in Tongham on Saturday 22nd June 2019. Over 3,500 music lovers went along and enjoyed music from a wide range of bands, including Queen...
04/02/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Phyllis Tuckwell Charity Dinner
Going, going, gone for dinner! If you’ve got an eye for a bargain, then make sure you snap this one up! Enjoy a three-course meal with an after-dinner talk from guest speaker Charles Hanson, one of the UK’s best known auctioneers, famous for his appearances on BBC’s Bargain Hunt, Antiques...
29/01/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Singing Footballers Raise Hospice Care Cash
Local Hospice Care charity Phyllis Tuckwell has recently received a cheque for £800 from Pulse Football Academy, who raised the money by recording their very own version of the hit Band Aid song Do They Know It’s Christmas? The students, teachers and coaches all got involved, taking it in turns...
29/01/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Reindeers and Elves Help Hospice Care
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell would like to say a big thank you to all of the pupils and teachers from the 41 schools who took part in its Reindeer and Elf Runs over the festive season. In total 9,000 pupils took part in the Runs, dressing up as reindeer with antlers, or elves with elf hats and...
24/01/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Treading the Boards for Hospice Care
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care has recently received a donation of £1,676 from the FAOS Musical Theatre Group. The money was raised through ticket sales at their two 2019 performances, Titanic and Fiddler on the Roof. FAOS Musical Theatre Group performs twice a year in the Great...
14/01/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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Open Your Garden for Phyllis Tuckwell
If you’re a green-fingered nature lover, why not show off your flowers in Phyllis Tuckwell’s Open Gardens event? The Hospice Care charity is looking for residents across its catchment area of West Surrey & North East Hampshire, who would be happy to open their gardens during the spring or...
13/01/20
By Lewis Bigmore
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