10@10 LATE NIGHT WALK 2021
Saturday 10th July
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The 10@10 Late Night Walk is our flagship sponsored walk around Andover to raise vital funds for the  Hospice.
This year’s walk will take place on Saturday 10th July 2021 at Harrow Way Community School, Andover, SP10 3RH.  The walk will start at 10pm.  You can take on the ten mile walk or five mile option – hence 10@10!
You can walk in memory of a loved one, friend or colleague or as a supporter of CoBH to ensure care is there for others when it is needed most.  For more details.

Entries close on Monday 21st June

Buy your flashing and neon accessories from our online shop from 1st June, on the night and from the Hospice on T Shirt Collection days. (8th and 9th July).

10@10 Volunteers needed

Could you volunteer and help make sure the walk is safe and fun for all those taking part?

Saturday 10th July – morning – help to put out the route signs   11.00am – 1.00pm

Saturday 10th July – afternoon – help to set up event at Harrow Way School.   3.00pm – 4.30pm.

Saturday 10th July – evening – Evening volunteers will be required from 8.45pm – 3.00am on Sunday morning. If you are unable to come for the entire time, please indicate this on the form and we will do my best to accommodate your requirements.

  • Car Parking Marshalls
  • Registration/Lap Counters/Finish Desk Stewards
  • Route Stewards providing Water/Checkpoints
  • Support Vehicle Drivers (using own vehicle)
  • First Aiders

If you are able to help, please go to the website and complete the form at the bottom of the page.

 

 

CoBH Clothes Recycling Bin
We now have a clothes recycling bin located to the left of the Hospital ambulance entrance by Outpatients.  If you have any clothes that you would like to donate, please put all items into a carrier/black bag and then place into the recycling bin.  The bin will be emptied on a regular basis and the money raised comes to us.

This bin is for clothes only please. 
No duvets, pillows, shoes, carpets or soiled rags.

CoBH does not have a charity shop so we are unable to accept items to sell.

 

 

Become a Friend of the Hospice and join a community who value the vital care we give, recognise how it helps our patients live with dignity and as much comfort as possible when time is short. Click here to join online or download the standing order form here.  You can also use the details on this form if you use online banking to set up your regular gift.

 

 

Kickabout for Kev – Charity Football Match

Liam Heaton is organising a charity football match on Saturday 3rd July at Charlton Althletics Pitch in memory of Kevin Heaton who sadly lost his fight with Cancer in February 2020.

Please contact Liam on 07595 403420 for further information.

Please see their justgiving page if you would like to support them

 

 

Art Exhibition

Local artist, Nick Eliot is holding an art exhibition on Saturday 3rd July at Warren Hall in Micheldever from 1pm to 7pm.  There will be free parking, free entrance and an on-site cafe will be open for refreshments and food.  10% of all signed original paintings sold will be donated to the hospice

 

 

Craig Mellor is taking part in the Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge in July in memory of his wife, Karen.
Craig will be attempting to run, walk or crawl around the coastal path of the Isle of Wight, 106KM (66 miles in old money) in less than 16 hours.  You can support Craig here.

 

 

Vicky and Elena have signed up to two virtual running events this year to raise money for CoBH in memory of Alex Roberts . They are running the distance from Lands End to John O’Groats (874 miles) and will finish off with the Virtual London Marathon in October.  Go Girls!    You can support them here.

 

 

CoBH Feet Walking

Lucy Halpin and Tom Appleton are still running either 50k or 50 miles every month in memory of Kevlar Reid. You can support them here.

 

 

Although Covid restrictions are being relaxed, as an acute medical facility, the Hospice remains closed to the public and visitor restrictions are in force.      
Only close family are allowed to visit for a limited time period.  Please speak to senior staff or call 01264 835288 to find out how this affects your family.  Visitors must wear a clinical grade face mask, and in certain situations, additional PPE.  These will be provided.   Please do not come to the hospice if you have any symptoms, are self-isolating or have been contact with someone with symptoms.

 

 

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Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust -Covid-19 Update

Updated as of 23 July 2021:

Although restrictions have been lifted, the hospice is still maintaining guidelines to protect our patients and staff.

 You will be required to wear a clinical grade mask, socially distance where possible and regularly wash or sanitise hands.

Our Inpatient Unit is operating as normal.  However Visitor Restrictions remain in force.

Restrictions are lifting but we still need to restrict visitors to protect patients and staff. Please speak to senior staff or call 01264 835288 to find out how this affects your family. 

Thank you for your continued support and patience, and for helping to protect our patients and staff.

Michele Gard

Director of the Hospice Charitable Trust