Shooting Star House, our Hampton hospice, opened their doors last week to host their Open Day. This was a chance for people in the community to come and discover the work of a children’s hospice and find out more about what Shooting Star Children’s Hospices do. We hold Open Days at both hospices every year, …
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices welcomed some wonderful international visitors at the beginning of the month – all the way from Singapore!
In just a few days’ time, Mandy Cullen is taking on the ultimate stair climbing event, the Stadium Challenge, in memory of family friend Jess, who received end-of-life care and support from Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Shooting Star House, our Hampton hospice has welcomed a wonderful refurbishment in the dining and lounge area, all courtesy of workplace design and fit-out specialists Area, part of long-time corporate supporters, Fourfont Group.
Ahead of his UK tour with Take That, Rick Astley made a very special appearance on Tuesday 12 February, to perform for supported families at our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.
Shooting Star House, our Hampton hospice, welcomed 60 nursing students in their 3rd Year from Kingston and St George’s University of London on 4th February for a day of learning and insight about children’s hospices.
On a cold and bright Sunday morning 10 of our runners from our 2019 London Marathon team paid a visit to our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.
Following the success of the Open Day at Christopher’s back in July, it was the turn of Shooting Star House, our hospice in Hampton to host their Open Day, welcoming people to come and discover the work of a children’s hospice.
Over 300 supported family members came to Christopher’s for a fun day of celebration at the end of the summer. Held annually at our Guildford hospice, the event is a chance for families to come together and enjoy various stalls, meet wonderful visitors (from feathered friends to a real life mermaid!) and relax in a safe, comfortable environment.
This year an amazing team of 70 brave individuals from Heathrow Terminal 4 took on the epic challenge of climbing Mount Snowdon to raise money for Shooting Star Chase, after one of their colleagues was supported by our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.