On a bright and fresh December morning, three families supported by Shooting Star Children’s Hospices donned their superhero outfits – (with some festive hats thrown in!) to take on the Winter Wonderwheels at Dorney Lake.
It was a weekend full of running, crawling and climbing as 4,500 participants took on the very first Twickenham Stadion Race, with 75 super Spartan’s doing it in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
A crisp and cold November evening acted as the perfect backdrop as some very brave ‘soles’ gathered at Chiswick Park to take on a walk with a difference – The Fire Walk.
The wet weekend certainly didn’t dampen the spirits of our triumphant #TeamShootingStar, as 32 runners (and 1 blow up dinosaur) braved the elements and took on the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 13 October, raising £20,000 and counting for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Marking halfway through a year of fantastic fundraising, supported mum Nicky, will be taking on the Royal Parks Half Marathon this weekend in of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, who support her son George.
For most people the perfect start to their birthday would be a nice lie in, perhaps even breakfast in bed, however Jenny Foster, who will be turning 40 this Saturday, has decided she wants to spend her birthday taking on the epic open water challenge Swim Serpentine in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, who support her daughter Gwen.
Spartan Race UK, the leading obstacle race and endurance brand, have announced Shooting Star Children’s Hospices will become the official charity partner for the Windsor Trifecta Weekend in October and the first ever Twickenham Stadion Race held at Twickenham Stadium in November.
It was truly super Saturday on 17th August, as Shooting Star Children’s Hospices very own superheroes The Incredible Team Meader donned their capes and took on the amazing Superhero Tri challenge at Dorney Lake.
Thursday 7th November is the date to remember, remember – as that’s date the Fire Walk reignites! Get set for a truly unforgettable experience, that requires no training – just a spark of courage and determination.
On a bright Sunday morning, 40 #TeamShootingStar radical riders took to the saddle to take on the challenging 100 mile course that was Prudential RideLondon 100, raising £36,000 and counting for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.