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10@10 VIRTUAL WALK  –  Enter by 5pm tomorrow to receive your exclusive 10@10 2020 T Shirt.   

We cannot guarantee entries after this date will not receive a T-Shirt as they have to be ordered in advance.

Be part of our 10@10 Virtual Walk, remember a loved one and support your local hospice.

  • You can walk 10 miles, 10 km or a distance of your own choosing.
  • Rather than starting at 10pm, we want you to start at 10am in the morning.
  • Instead of having one date, you can complete your walk on Friday 18th September, Saturday 19th September, Sunday 20th September or Monday 21st September.  You can spread your distance over one day or four days.
  • We will have a Zoom get-together at 9.40am each day for you to join in and warm-up.
  • Stitch-a-Logo are donating wonderful Yellow T Shirts and there’s a specially adapted ‘daytime’ logo just for this year’s event.  Order by 5pm on Friday 28th August to ensure you get one.
  • There will be a prize for the best outfit posted on our facebook page by 4.00pm on Monday 21st September.

Please raise as much sponsorship as possible  or If you are unable to collect sponsorship, please make a minimum donation of £25 in addition to your entry fee to help provide care to those with life-limiting illness.

Entry fees are just £10 per person this year.  This will include an exclusive yellow 10@10 Virtual Walk T-Shirt to wear for your challenge.  Everyone who raises £25 or more in sponsorship or makes a personal donation of £25 or more in addition to the entry fee will also receive a medal by post after the event or on receipt of your sponsorship.

See our website to download an entry form or book online now

Supported by Stitch-a-Logo and Harrow Way School.

Book for 10@10 here

 

We are planning to celebrate our 30th Anniversary on 17th September in style!  
With Covid-19 guidelines, we cannot invite you  in-person to the Hospice but hope you will join us for this virtual 30th Anniversary celebration.  We also have Tea Party Packs available which contains everything you need to celebrate with us on the day.  Please indicate on your booking if you would like us to send you a Party Pack.
There will be a prize for the best dressed party attendee and zoom background which will be judged on the Zoom Call and also a prize for the best decorated cup cake.  Post your cupcake photographs on our Facebook page – @cobhospice — by 5.00pm on Thursday 17th September and we’ll announce the winner on the Friday morning.

Book here to join the celebration

 

 

WoW Sandra!  One of our staff members Sandra Gibbons has received a Wow award
Sandra went above and beyond to make sure that one of our patients house was ready for them so that they could leave the hospice and go back home. This involved Sandra visiting the patients house and having a tidy up, clearing anything that was no longer required, making sure the correct equipment was in place and it was a safe environment.
Well done Sandra!!

 

 

Congratulations to Matt and George on completing their Three Peaks Challenge.  They have raised an amazing £1,518 in memory of Peter Scard.  Thank you so much.

 

Well Done Kelly.  
Kelly has been running throughout August to complete her 100 mile challenge.

 

Good Luck to the AH4 Team who are due to abseil down the Spinnaker Tower on 5th September in memory of Kev Heaton.  

You have all been waiting so long to do this, we really hope you can finally go ahead.  Thank you for your amazing fundraising for this challenge which has already raised over £2,000.  You can support the team here.

 

 

Project Wingman – Rest and Relaxation!
The crew form various airlines are currently volunteering their services to the NHS, while they themselves are in an unknown situation. They wanted to give something back to the NHS staff for all the hard work they have been doing over the past couple of months.
They have been visiting Winchester, Basingstoke and Andover Hospitals, setting up an airport lounge area where staff can relax and be waited on.
All staff are able to go along to have a rest, tea/coffee, snacks and lovely mocktails are all being served with a smile.

 

Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us over the last few months .  It is very difficult for us to fundraise at the moment and this enormously affects our ability to support the running costs of the hospice.  Your help is so very much appreciated.

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Our Eternal Tree is a beautiful, handcrafted copper wall sculpture set in the family area of the inpatient unit.  Engraved maple leaves can be added to the branches to create a stunning artwork and a lasting collection of memories and special messages. 

Leaves can be dedicated in memory of a loved one, to express thanks, as a gift, to show support for the hospice or simply be engraved with your own name or personal message.  Download our leaflet for full details,

 

ALL VISITORS TO THE HOSPICE ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A CLINICAL GRADE MASK WHICH WE PROVIDE FOR YOU
If you have any symptoms, please do not come to the hospice. 


To protect our patients and clinical staff, please continue to support us by donating online via our website: www.cobh.org.uk or by using online platforms such as Facebook and JustGiving.

 

If you bring donations to the hospice, please put your donation in an envelope with your contact details and relevant information.  You are then asked to pop it in the red post box which is located in the front porch of the hospice.  Please call 01264 359789 or email: info@cobh.org.uk  if you have any queries or require information about donating or raising money for the hospice.

 

A gift to CoBH in your will  will allow us to continue supporting patients through one of life’s most difficult journeys, for generations to come.

Please support us today so we can continue to be here tomorrow and in the future.

If you have made the incredible decision to leave a gift to CoBH in your will, or are considering doing so, we would love to be able to thank you and talk about the difference you can make. Contact Michele Gard on 01264 359789

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Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust -Covid-19 Statement

Updated as of 15 June 2020:

All visitors to the hospice are now required to wear a mask.

Thank you for your support and patience over this difficult time and for helping to protect our patients and staff.

Michele Gard

Director of the Hospice Charitable Trust