Events Calendar

Join one of our local events, sign up for a challenge or attend an event being organised in support of Cornwall Hospice Care. We’re sure you’ll find something that suits you.

Jun 29 FRI

Helland Festival of Music

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Call us on 01726 66868

All Upcoming Events
Sep 1 Sat
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Auction & Cream Teas

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Auction & Cream Teas

Doors open at 11am with auction commencing at 2pm. The auctioneer for the afternoon will be Bill Bannister. There will be cream teas and other food and drinks available during the day and also a grocery stall for you to browse.

11:00 AM
Camborne
Free entry
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Sep 1 Sat
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Charity Auction

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Charity Auction

Some fantastic items will be available to bid on. The auction will be held in a large gazebo in the pub’s beer garden.

7:30 PM
St Just
Free entry
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Sep 12 Wed
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Atlas Mountain Trek

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Atlas Mountain Trek

Jbel Toubkal stands at 4167m with stunning views over the Atlas Mountains and as far south as the Sahara Desert.

Join us for a unique and amazing experience starting in the Berber village of Imlil, visiting fantastic waterfalls and heading high into the Atlas Mountains to climb the highest peak in North Africa. You will stay in refuges along the route to the summit before heading back to Marrakech for a celebratory meal at your hotel.

Can you do it? Yes you can!

A good level of fitness is required for this trek. Although this is a short trek it is still challenging as it does involve altitude and difficult terrain. Anyone who leads a healthy lifestyle should be able to complete the challenge.

What Happens Next?

We’ll be with you every step of the way in your preparation for the Atlas Mountain Trek. In just a few simple steps you can be on your way to trekking the highest peak in North Africa.

1. Sign up today, with our trusted partners Expedition Wise Ltd who work with us  to organise and run the Atlas Mountain trek. You will need to choose payment option A or B*

2. You will receive an email from Expedition Wise Ltd to let you know that your application has been successful.

3. We will send you regular updates with fundraising information, training guides etc.

4. We will hold an information evening for the Atlas Mountain Trek, giving you the opportunity to find out more, ask us any questions you may have and meet fellow trekkers.

5. Any fundraising support you need, we will be on hand to help.

6. 3-6 months before heading off on your Atlas Mountains Trek, Expedition Wise Ltd will send you a pre-departure pack which will include all the final information you need before you go.

7. Enjoy the trek!

*please note when choosing payment option B we ask you to commit to raising £550 in sponsorship to support our work.

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families  through the loss of a loved one.

Downloads
Atlas Mountain Trek Itinerary

Download a detailed itinerary to find out more about the trek.

Atlas Mountain Trek Kit List

For more information on what to pack for the trek download the kit list now.

Expedition Wise Q&A's

Do you have more questions about the trek? Download the guide for your questions to be answered.

Training Guide

Do you need more information on the best way to train for the Atlas Mountains Trek? Download the helpful training hints and tips guide today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What support is available to help me reach my target?

The fundraising team is on hand to help you achieve your target and to make sure your event is as enjoyable as possible for you. We want you to be as successful as possible so you can fund as much care as possible, and we have lots of ideas, hints and tips to help you spread your target and break it down in to small manageable bite size chunks.

How old do I need to be to take part?

To take part in the Atlas Mountains Trek you need to be 18 years and over.

Option A - Registration fee £325 + Minimum sponsorship £1,000 Option B - Registration fee £325 + Self Funding £450*
Moderate - Training required
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Sep 12 Wed
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St Austell Golf Day

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St Austell Golf Day

A four ball Stableford day of golf at St Austell Golf Club raising money for Cornwall Hospice Care.

About the Event

Your day will start with a bacon butty and tea or coffee and then your golf afternoon begins! There are 2 scores to count on each hole. In the evening, you will be provided with a two-course meal and a raffle/auction with prize giving.

What Happens Next?
  1. Find your team-mates.
  2. Register your interest by clicking on the above red button.
  3. Event organiser, Judy Lawton, will then be in touch with further information.
  4. Finally, enjoy your golf day!
Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families  through the loss of a loved one.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be refreshments during the day?

Yes, complimentary refreshments will be provided at the 9th tee.

12:00 PM
St Austell
£140 per team of four (£5 discount for club members)
Handicap is required
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Sep 13 Thu
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Be Pampered

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Be Pampered

Indulge yourself at the fabulous Falcon Hotel in Bude with a pamper afternoon.

Included in your ticket price is:

  • 4 treatments lasting 20-25 minutes each.  These will be hairstyling, make up, nails and a massage
  • A professional photograph to take away after your make over
  • Tea and cake throughout the afternoon
  • A goody bag

There will be a range of clothes to choose from to wear for your photo shoot, with the option of buying should you wish.  These clothes will be provided by our own Bude Lifestyle shop.

There will be a raffle held with lots of great prizes and also a blind auction to win a weekend away in Mevagissey, courtesy of Aspect Holidays (T&C’s apply).

Tickets to be bought in advance by emailing Catherine or phoning 01726 66868 (opt 3). Please note spaces are limited.

2:00 PM
Bude
£40
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Sep 15 Sat
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Woodland Memory Walk

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Woodland Memory Walk

Join us at the National Trust Trelissick Gardens for a unique evening of remembrance.  Walk the 3 mile route with friends and family to celebrate the memory of a loved one.  Every walker will receive a t-shirt and a candle bag which can be decorated in memory of the person you are walking for.  Each candle bag will be lit at the event and will form part of a beautiful display.  As the light of the day begins to fade, the route will be lit and there will be music performed by local artists for you to enjoy as you walk.

Register for our first Cornwall Hospice Care Memory Walk to receive your t-shirt and candle bag.

There is no minimum sponsorship as your registration fee pays for your place in the event, however we would encourage participants to raise as much as possible to help us fund our services and care across Cornwall in order to support other families and their loved ones who are living with a terminal illness.

Can you do it? Yes you can!

The Woodland Memory Walk is a family friendly event that is open to all ages.  The walk is approximately 3 miles long and follows mixed terrain.  Children and dogs are welcome to take part in the walk, but due to the nature of the route it is unsuitable for buggies and wheelchairs.

What Happens Next?

We will be with you every step of the way in the build up to the Woodland Memory Walk.

  1. Sign up today using our easy online sign up registration form.
  2. You will receive a notification letting you know that your registration was successful.
  3. Remember that your registration fee only covers the cost of the event, so don’t forget to activate the online fundraising page automatically created through Everyday Hero when you register– a separate email will be sent when you register with the link to activate.
  4. Personalise your online page with a photo and a little about your own story, then share your page with your friends and family.
  5. You will receive regular event updates and a final event information email with all you need to know to take part in the Woodland Memory Walk.
  6. Any fundraising support you need, we will be on hand to help.
  7. Your t-shirt and candle bag will be sent during August, to the address provided at point of registration.
  8. We look forward to seeing you at Trelissick Gardens on Saturday 15th September.
Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients.  Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year.  In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March.  We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families through the loss of a loved one.

Downloads
Sponsor form

Download your sponsor form and start your fundraising today.

Woodland Memory Walk T&C's

Take a look at the terms and conditions of entry for the Woodland Memory Walk

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to raise a certain amount of sponsorship?

There is no minimum sponsorship; however, your registration fee only covers the cost of the event so we ask participants to try and raise as much sponsorship as possible. Your fundraising means we will be able to continue providing care to our patients across Cornwall who are living with a terminal illness, both at our hospices and in the community.

Should I wear particular clothing to do the walk?

Comfortable clothing for walking would be advisable, with either walking boots, trainers or wellington boots.  Waterproof clothing may also be necessary, as the walk will continue in light rain.

What else should I bring for the walk?

The walk will take place just before sunset.  Areas of the walk will be lit, but it may be sensible to bring a torch with you.  There will be refreshments at the end but there will not be anything available along the route so you may want to bring a drink as well.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes, dogs are welcome on all parts of the walk. There may be cattle grazing in the parkland area of the route so it’s advisable to keep them on a lead throughout the walk.


Is there a charge for parking?

No, parking will be free on the evening from 4.30pm.

Can I keep my candle bag?

At the end of the event you will be invited to place your candle bag to form part of the visual display.
Your bag can be returned to you after the event by attaching the address label included in your pack to the bottom of your candle bag.

15/09/2018
4:30 PM
Feock
Registration fee: Adult (16 years and over) £20
Children (Aged 5 - 15) £15
Family ticket (max 5 people, minimum 2 children aged 5 - 15) £45
Under 5's are free
3 miles
Easy - little training required
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Sep 22 Sat
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Grand Canyon Trek

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Grand Canyon Trek

The Grand Canyon Trek is an exceptional charity challenge experience, to one of the best natural wonders of the world.

Your spectacular Grand Canyon Trek starts in Sedona Canyons with an acclimatisation trek in Red Rock State Park. The next day sees you trekking down into the Grand Canyon from Hualapai Hilltop into the Haversupai region of the Canyon passing amazing waterfalls, red stone canyon walls and travertine formed steams. Your basecamp is near to the awe inspiring famous Haversu Falls. In the Canyon, you will have two days trekking along, through and down into its depths using streams, rock beds, chains and ladders down waterfalls, and even swimming to reach the base of the Canyon. You can even trek up to the Esplanade with a bird’s eye view of the Canyon and its multiple levels. Your challenge finishes in Las Vegas via the historic Route 66

Can you do it? Yes you can!

A good level of fitness is required for this trek. Although this is not a difficult trek it is still challenging as there are some steep sections and exposed overlooks on various trails. Anyone who leads a healthy lifestyle should be able to complete the challenge.

What Happens Next?

We’ll be with you every step of the way in your preparation for your Grand Canyon Trek. In just a few simple steps you can be on your way to trekking one of the natural wonders of the world.

1. Sign up today, with our trusted partners Expedition Wise Ltd who work with us  to organise and run the Grand Canyon Trek. You will need to choose payment option A or B*

2. You will receive an email from Expedition Wise Ltd to let you know that your application has been successful.

3. We will send you regular updates with fundraising information, training guides etc.

4. We will hold an information evening for the Grand Canyon Trek, giving you the opportunity to find out more, ask us any questions you may have and meet fellow trekkers.

5. Any fundraising support you need, we will be on hand to help.

6. 3-6 months before heading off on your Grand Canyon Trek, Expedition Wise Ltd will send you a pre-departure pack which will include all the final information you need before you go.

7. Enjoy the trek!

*please note when choosing payment option B we ask you to commit to raising £1,000 in sponsorship to support our work.

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families  through the loss of a loved one.

Downloads
Grand Canyon Trek Itinerary

Download a detailed itinerary to find out more about the trek.

Grand Canyon Trek Kit List

For more information on what to pack for the trek download the kit list now.

Expedition Wise Q&A's

Do you have more questions about the trek? Download the guide for your questions to be answered.

Training Guide

Do you need more information on the best way to train for the Atlas Mountains Trek? Download the helpful training hints and tips guide today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What support is available to help me reach my target?

The fundraising team is on hand to help you achieve your target and to make sure your event is as enjoyable as possible for you. We want you to be as successful as possible so you can fund as much care as possible, and we have lots of ideas, hints and tips to help you spread your target and break it down in to small manageable bite size chunks.

How old do I need to be to take part?

To take part in the Grand Canyon Trek you need to be 18 years or over.

Option A - Registration fee £595 + Minimum sponsorship £3,300 Option B - Registration fee £595 + Self Funding £2,300
Moderate - Training required
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Sep 22 Sat
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It's a Knockout

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It's a Knockout

Are you up for a challenge? Fancy a fun filled, laugh a minute foam-tastic day with friends or work colleagues trying to beat everyone else and come out on top?

It’s a Knockout could be described as a ‘school sports day for adults’, ideal for a bunch of friends or a team building exercise for companies wishing to join in.

Can you do it? Yes you can!

It’s a Knockout was a game show first shown on the BBC back in the 1960’s. Like the game show, It’s a Knockout is inclusive of all fitness levels. Teams of people compete in entertaining and funny games that many times use bouncy castle type obstacles. The games are run in a controlled environment with the watching audience cheering them on. In the morning the games will be dry but expect to get wet in the afternoon.

What Happens Next?
  1. Find your team-mates.
  2. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  3. You will receive an email from the Event Organiser, Judy Lawton, Community Fundraiser, with further information.
  4. Create an online fundraising page through Everyday Hero or print a PDF sponsor form off.
  5. Start getting sponsorship to meet your £300 minimum team target.
  6. Finally, enjoy your It’s a Knockout day!
Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families  through the loss of a loved one.

Downloads
Sponsor Form

Download a PDF version for you to print out at home.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people do I need in a team?

Ideally you need 10 people in a team with one nominated captain (a person for us to contact).
If you can’t get 10, that’s ok but it may mean team members taking part in more games. It also means that if you have less in your team each member will need to raise more in order to reach the £350 (£50 registration plus £300 sponsorship).

I can't get a team together, can I still take part?

Yes absolutely! We would like to encourage individuals and couples to sign up and we can then put teams together – a bit like One Direction who were 5 individual singers brought together by Simon Cowell!

Can I/we sponsor this event?

Yes, if your company is unable to attend on the day, you can either sponsor a banner or one of the games. Please email Judy Lawton, details above, to register your interest.

Who is supplying the equipment?

The company we are using is called Knockout Challenge, a reputable company who have been trading for over 20 years. All their inflatable equipment have current Safety Certificates through the PIPA or ADIPS safety scheme.

Is there a minimum age?

Yes, participants need to be 16+

11:00 AM
Truro
£50 registration fee (per team) plus £300 minimum sponsorship (per team)
Easy but good health required
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Oct 4 Thu
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Fire Walk

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Fire Walk

Set yourself the challenge of all challenges! Be empowered to walk across 20 feet (approx. 8 steps) of hot wood embers and give yourself the motivation to take on other things you previously thought impossible. Transform fear into inspiration, if you can do this just think what else you can achieve!

Set in the grounds of the impressive Bodmin Jail, we’re asking you to handle the heat and raise vital funds for Cornwall Hospice Care.

This event is in partnership with Blaze Firewalking and is kindly sponsored by Cornwall Payroll Bureau.

Can you do it? Yes you can!

Blaze Firewalking are experts in charity firewalks. No previous training is needed and anyone aged 14 to 114 can take part. Blaze will hold a fun, motivational and mindful session right before the walk to make sure you have a barrier breaking experience.

What Happens Next?
  1. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  2. You will receive a notification letting you know that your registration was successful.
  3. Create an online fundraising page through Everyday Hero – a link will be sent to you via email.
  4. Share your fundraising page with your friends and family to reach the £125 minimum sponsorship to take part.
  5. You will receive an email in August with further information for your fire walk.
  6. Any fundraising support you need, we will be on hand to help.
  7. Finally, enjoy the experience!
Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

£56 could pay for three hours of unrivalled specialist care from one of our nurses, helping patients who are terminally ill.

£37 could pay for one Lymphoedema appointment to ease swelling and symptoms for someone with cancer.

£23 could pay for an hour with our bereavement counsellor, supporting families  through the loss of a loved one.

Downloads
Sponsor Form

Download a PDF version for you to print out at home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the fire real?

Yes, burning at a mean temperature of 1236˚F! To put it into perspective: paper combusts at 451˚F, aluminium melts at 1100˚F!

Do I actually walk on a flaming fire?

No, you walk on the fire bed itself, by the time you come out of the training seminar the fire will have burnt down to embers. If there are any flames they will be down the sides of the fire lane.

What do you burn?

We burn wood, which is broken down into a smooth red hot path 20’ long by 2’ wide.

Why should I do this?

We all have to face things we are uncertain about. Use this event to set up resources that will always be available for you. If you can conquer fear in the very real form of walking across hot embers, then you can use this experience for any other situations in the future.

Does it hurt?

Everyone’s firewalking experience is unique. There are very obvious physical reasons why firewalking is possible. These will be explained during the training. We’ll also tell you about firewalking myths….there lots of them. The hardest thing to overcome is the fear of taking the first step (quickly followed by many other steps!) as it is a new experience!

What happens if it rains?

The Blaze fire team get wet! Provisions are made for all types of weather conditions and as long as the wood is kept dry prior to lighting, the event will go ahead.

Can I have an alcoholic drink for some Dutch courage?

No, you won’t be allowed to take part if you have consumed alcohol or taken recreational drugs. It’s only for a couple of hours and that glass of wine or beer tastes so much better afterwards.

I’m bringing friends/family to watch, is that ok?

Friends and family are encouraged to come along and support you and the other walkers at this exciting event. We know that you’ll want them to take lots of photographs and video of your firewalk. We’re sorry but friends and family won’t be allowed to watch the training.

04/10/2018
6:00 PM
Bodmin
£25 registration fee £125 minimum sponsorship
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Oct 14 Sun
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Royal Parks Half Marathon

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Royal Parks Half Marathon

Join the 16,000 runners in this amazing Half Marathon starting and finishing in London’s Hyde Park, passing some of London’s most iconic landmarks and through four of the eight picturesque Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’ Park and Kensington Gardens.

14/10/2018
London
£25.00 registration fee £350.00 minimum sponsorship
13.1 miles
Training required
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Nov 3 Sat
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Kestle Barton Gallery and Garden

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Kestle Barton Gallery and Garden

The Cornwall Hospice Care Open Gardens Programme offers the opportunity to see many wonderful and often private gardens, opened specifically to raise money towards our care.

Please NOTE: Kestle Barton Gallery and Garden is open from the 24th March to 3rd November, with every Wednesday, donations coming to Cornwall Hospice Care.

About this garden

The garden is sheltered and south-facing in the old farmyard mowhay. James Alexander-Sinclair designed the garden, making a plantsman’s scheme of herbaceous plants and sweeps of tall grasses. Wild flower meadow and orchard. www.kestlebarton.co.uk

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Downloads
Open Gardens Guide 2018

Download the 2018 for the Open Gardens Programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

What facilities are there available?

Refreshments, wheelchair access, toilets, dogs on leads and parking are all provided.

What are the garden opening times?

The garden is open Tuesdays to Sunday 10:30 – 5:00 (closed Monday, except Bank Holidays)

Donations made on Wednesday only for Cornwall Hospice Care

 

24th March – 3rd November


10:30 AM
Helston
By donation on Wednesdays only for Cornwall Hospice Care
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Apr 21 Sun
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Virgin Money London Marathon 2019

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Virgin Money London Marathon 2019

Do you fancy joining the thousands of people taking part in the Virgin Money London Marathon 2019 and raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care?

You can apply to be part of Team CHC for 2019 by completing our Golden Bond entry form.

We will allocate our Golden Bond places and announce in October when the ballot places are also announced. Successful applicants will be asked to pay a non-refundable deposit of £100 to secure their place and raise a minimum sponsorship of £1,800.

Can you do it? Yes you can!

A good level of fitness is required to finish the Virgin Money London Marathon but whatever your ability, with training you can achieve your goal and complete the London Marathon.

What Happens Next?

We will be with you every step of the way in your preparation for the Virgin Money London Marathon 2019. In just a few simple steps, you will be on your way to being part of something special.

  1. If you have been successful in securing a place for the London Marathon 2019 with Cornwall Hospice Care, we will contact you at the beginning of October.
  2. You can secure your place in this event by paying a £100 registration fee.
  3. You will be sent an email to create a log in to the Virgin Money London Marathon portal where you will be sent information and updates from the events team.
  4. We will be holding a London Marathon information evening, giving you the opportunity to meet fellow runners and asking any questions in the lead up to the event.
  5. We will be on hand to help you with your training for the London Marathon and will organise training runs.
  6. Final information packs will be sent to you by London Marathon Events, providing you with all you need to know for race day.
  7. Finally, enjoy the race.
Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can still apply through the public ballot?

You can apply for one of our Golden Bond places and also in the Virgin Money London Marathon public ballot.

When will I know if I have a place?

We will announce our 15 successful applicants in October alongside information of ballot places sent from London Marathon.

21/04/2019
Grenwich
£100 registration fee £1,800 minimum sponsorship
26.2 miles
Training required
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Frequently Asked Questions

What support is available to help me reach my target?

The fundraising team is on hand to help you achieve your target and to make sure your event is as enjoyable as possible for you. We want you to be as successful as possible so you can fund as much care as possible, and we have lots of ideas and hints and tips to help you spread your target and break it down in to small manageable bit sized chunks.

What I want to do isn’t listed here, can I still do it?

Yes of course you can.  We’ll even support you with anything you need just the same as if you took one of our charity places.