The Spring Raffle winners have been drawn and contacted, and the winning numbers are displayed on the notice board in the Office at Wentworth Place. An incredible £6,284 has been raised from the Spring Raffle and donations from the newsletter.
A bit thank you to the West End Ladies Group who raised a fantastic £646 at the Hexham Brass Band Concert selling tickets and holding a raffle on the night – your support is much appreciated – Thank you!
Thank you to the Catton Knitty Group for raising £200 for Tynedale Hospice at Home at their Exhibition and Open Day in Catton on the 16th April – we are delighted to be one of your charities of the year
We would like to say a huge thank you to our dedicated team of volunteer drivers, who, since the start of this year have been exceptionally busy transporting patients to numerous hospital appointments. The drivers’ commitment enables us to fulfill
Thank you to our ‘bucket’ collectors Caroline and Jill who generously gave their time on Saturday 2nd April fundraising for us in Haltwhistle. We really appreciate the time and effort spent in Sainsbury’s, proving to be a great success raising
WOW!!! Chris Francis has raised over £4,000 for Tynedale Hospice at Home on his Lands End to John O’ Groats Walk. A tremendous achievement, thank you, Chris.
Valentine Hampers raised the marvelous sum of £1500 Many thanks to all our volunteers and supporters who have helped raise this grand total.
Book Fair Sunday 28th February, Torch Centre, Hexham Thank you to our volunteers who gave up their time on Sunday to help in transporting books, setting up and manning the stall and clearing away at the end, it is very
Thank you to participants at the Big Swish at the Wall clothes swap event on Saturday 27th February, Wall Village Hall. The event raised £117 for Tynedale Hospice at Home.
Many thanks to all who organised and participated in the Monopoly tournament Saturday 27 February at 5.30 at the Tyne Green Golf Club. The event raised £743 for Tynedale Hospice at Home – looks like we landed on ‘Mayfair’!