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.
Axel was just 9 months old when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Help families, like Axel’s, facing the unimaginable this Christmas.
A host of stars joined 450 guests on Friday 8th November to show their support for The Shooting Star Ball, raising money for children with life-limiting conditions across London and Surrey, in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Six-year-old Alex and his younger sister Maisie, who’s three (soon to be four!) are taking on the Spartan Kids race in memory of their baby cousin Jack who died in May, aged just 26 days old.
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.
Supporters often go the extra mile when fundraising for us; however Justin Lewis took that to the extreme as he took on the Thames Tow Path Challenge – walking a phenomenal 107 miles in just 4 days.
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.
A wealth of celebrities including Dragon’s Den Peter Jones CBE, Declan Donnelly and Jonathan Wilkes came together to support our Patron Phillip Schofield as he hosted the annual Clay Pigeon Shoot at the exclusive Royal Berkshire Shooting School, raising money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices and the Peter Jones Foundation.
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.