Fiery challenge for Hospice


Make fear your friend and take on the challenge of a lifetime!

On Saturday March 24 2018 at 4pm, accept three extreme challenges in one night.

First face the FIRE: walk barefoot across a bed of burning coals without getting burned.

Then the GLASS: walk barefoot over a pit of glass without pain or injury.

and finally the BOARD CHOP: shatter a wooden board with your hands.

It’s £10 to register and contestants need a minimum sponsorship of £250.

Are you brave enough to take the challenge?

Toi find out more, call Tracey on 01424 457985 or email for more information.

Volunteers required

With Christmas approaching and the new year just around the corner, are you thinking about ways in which you can help people in your local community? St Michael’s Hospice is looking for volunteers to join its team in a variety of roles across the Hospice, from volunteering at events and joining the team of Hospice Neighbours, to helping out in their shops and providing administrative support. Volunteering builds confidence, is great for your CV and is a fantastic way to meet new people. For more information, visit:

Yellow Week

Become a Hospice superstar and show your support for their annual awareness week from Monday February 5 – Sunday February 11. What will you do? Hold a cake sale, mufti-day, create yellow mocktails and cocktails, fancy dress, host a yellow themed quiz, karaoke, raffle or create yellow crafts? The choice is yours, all they ask is you help raise awareness and fundraise in aid of the Hospice. For more information, please email James:

Keep in touch

The support St Michael’s Hospice receives is invaluable and the team wants to send out only the information that supporters want to receive. It’s quick and easy to keep in touch, simply fill in the form on the website. Even if you have previously signed up to Hospice communications, if the team does not receive a completed form it can no longer contact you.

Image: St Michael’s Hospice

Image: St Michael’s Hospice

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