Members of Burhill Golf Club have reached an astounding final total in a hugely successful year of fundraising raising a phenomenal £45,015.
Our triumphant #TeamShootingStar certainly don’t do things by halves, well unless they are taking on a Half Marathon that is – as 19 runners enjoyed the scenic surroundings of Surrey to complete the Surrey Half Marathon on Sunday 8th March.
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.
A round of golf can be a leisurely way to spend an afternoon; however pro golfer Luke Willett will be par from relaxed as he takes on a unique golfing challenge in aid of local children’s hospice charity Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
If you are a fan of fabulous live music, uke were in for a treat this month as The Big Uke Jam took place at the renowned Half Moon in Putney, raising hundreds of pounds for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
A creative and crafty event marked the end of another successful year of fundraising for the Celebrating Rory team as they held their now annual wreath-making workshop.
With the festive season in full swing, former Bond Girl Susie Vanner is joining in the tradition of Christmas songs by releasing a special EP of her own take on some Christmas classics in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
We’re thrilled to announce our Guildford shop has opened today in at its brand new home – just in time for getting all your Christmas gifts, whilst supporting your local children’s hospice charity!
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.
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices has The X Factor, as the charity is joint beneficiary of a special charity single, along with children’s hospice umbrella organisation, Together for Short Lives.