A beautiful sunny May afternoon provided the perfect backdrop for the grand opening of our Sensory Courtyard, situated in the centre of our Guildford hospice, Christopher’s. Some of our supported and bereaved families came along to enjoy the wonderful new space and sample the treats and sensory activities put on by our care team.
Thanks to some wonderful supporters and some excellent decorating skills from our hospice-based teams, both Christopher’s and Shooting Star House are looking suitably festive for families and staff to enjoy.
On Thursday 28 October, Chelsea and England footballer Mason Mount spent the afternoon visiting children and families at our Guildford based hospice, Christopher’s.
We’re going virtual to ensure we can still support children with life-limiting conditions, and their families, in every way we can during this uncertain time.
Members of Hindhead Golf Club and the Farnham Lions Golf committee have reached a phenomenal final total in a hugely successful year of fundraising for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices – raising an amazing £29,030.
Love was certainly in the air at Christopher’s last week – a love of all things crafting and baking, as families enjoyed a special day of Valentine’s inspired activities at our Guildford hospice.
Some supported siblings discovered a new clay to be creative at a special siblings workshop at our Guildford hospice, Christopher’s last week.
Valentine’s is a day full of hearts, but none quite like this one. Supported mum Toni created a beautiful picture as part of art therapy and shared with us all the different elements within the picture.
As the countdown to the London Marathon 2020 creeps ever closer, over the past two weekends 19 runners from our 2020 super Shooting Star London Marathon team paid a visit to our hospices, Shooting Star House in Hampton and Christopher’s in Guildford.