Hull City FC defender Harry Maguire has chosen a children’s hospice that cares for families facing the toughest of times to receive his Player of the Season prize money.
Kyan Batty and his colleagues from RAF Leeming have taken on Europe’s Toughest Mudder to raise over £1,300 for Bluebell Wood in memory of their baby son Owyn.
The expert care that Bluebell Wood gives children with life-shortening conditions has been boosted by £65,650, thanks to a donation from the Morrisons Foundation.
One brave Sheffield man has tackled heights of 15,000 feet and freefall speeds of up to 120mph in memory of his much-loved niece Zainab.
Bluebell Wood’s much-loved cocker spaniel George proved a big hit with staff at Center Parcs when he paid the head office team a visit during Children’s Hospice Week.
There was plenty of laughter to go round when Starlight Storytellers made a fun-filled visit to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
A one-hour spin class just wasn’t enough for Maltby fitness instructor Gavin Levitt, who persuaded gym members and colleagues to get on their bikes for up to 12 hours in support of Bluebell Wood.
If you’d like to have fun, make friends and do your bit, why not join the Bluebell Wood Fun-draising Club.
There was a riot of colour, of the purple variety, at Lakeside Village this month when the Doncaster shopping village took on a whole new vibrant shade for its charity of the year, Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Whether they’re gardening, marshalling events, helping in the kitchen or at one of Bluebell Wood’s nine shops, volunteers are a vital part of South Yorkshire’s only children’s hospice.
The nannan of a boy who made a miraculous recovery at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice has joined the South Yorkshire charity as one of its community fundraisers, for the Doncaster area.
One of the most successful events ever organised by Bluebell Wood has been shortlisted in the 2017 National Fundraising Awards.
Barnsley man Tim Steele is inviting Zumba enthusiasts to dance their hearts out at a special zumbathon fundraiser in memory of his nephew Roman.
While Barnsley born and bred Gladys will be celebrating her 100th birthday on 10 June, she doesn’t want any presents. Instead she is asking family and friends to donate to Bluebell Wood.
Sports fans and golfers have the chance to enjoy an unforgettable day on the greens with some of Sheffield’s biggest sporting legends this September.
Cast members, including the actors playing Mr Bumble, Nancy, Bill Sykes, the Artful Dodger and Oliver, met up with Bluebell Wood children Jack and Emma-Louise, who both receive care at the hospice which helps families from across North Nottinghamshire and the wider region.
Allen Fiddament, who sadly passed away in April 2016 aged 87, always wanted to help local children and give them a better chance in life. So when it came to writing his Will, he knew exactly where the money from his home should go.
It’s not often you get the chance of a blind date when you’re out shopping, but Bluebell Wood’s shop in Dinnington is offering just that.
If you’re a business or community group in Derbyshire looking for a different or exciting fundraising idea, Lucy Rathbone is your person.
3,500 people have had a rainbow adventure this Bank Holiday weekend at the Bluebell Wood Colour Dash at Rother Valley Country Park.
History enthusiasts have the chance to own a unique piece of World War One history by bidding for the memoirs of a Sheffield soldier.
Jodie Barlow, who visits Bluebell Wood for short breaks, had a 21st birthday to remember after Barnsley FC helped make her big day extra special.
It was a cold but sunny start for the Pagets team on April 2nd, when they set off from London on a 158 mile expedition to raise money for Bluebell Wood.
Wacky, mismatched and plain strange footwear are all acceptable on Tuesday 13th June when Bluebell Wood asks people to put on their funkiest shoes to celebrate Shoesday.
To celebrate the incredible milestone of raising over £50,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, 21 owners brought their spectacular supercars for a spin to the hospice on Thursday, with their boots full to the brim of Easter eggs.
Have you got LEGO hiding under the bed or sitting unloved in a drawer? We’re asking you to bring your old bricks into one of our ten shops, to help us raise money for local children and families.
Throughout their ‘Make a Will Month’ in May, Bluebell Wood will be encouraging people to write their Will for a suggested donation of just £95 for a single Will.
Mother of two Kerrie from Chesterfield is £1,000 better off after scooping the jackpot in the Bluebell Wood lottery on her first ever ticket.
Six regulars from the Milestone Pub at Crystal Peaks are planning to walk the Pennine Journey in aid of Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice has appointed Jon Lister as its Chair of Trustees.
Just one ticket was all it took for Rotherham grandad Alex Elwood to hit the £1,000 jackpot in Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice’s lottery.
A kind-hearted churchgoer from Goldthorpe has made a lasting mark on Bluebell Wood, after leaving the hospice £30,000 in his Will.
Maxine Strong from Epworth will be joining thousands of other people to walk through five colour stations at the 5k Bluebell Wood Colour Dash at Rother Valley on 29 April 2017.
Three Chesterfield runners are taking on an ambitious year-long fundraising challenge for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
In an act of endurance that many adults would hesitate at, a 12-year-old Sheffield girl has climbed a mammoth 600 metres for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Three Retford brothers have reunited in their hometown with five friends to raise an impressive £987.50 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
If you fancy being Jason Kenny or Laura Trott for a day and raising valuable funds for Bluebell Wood, you’d better move fast.
This Easter help us choose crafts over chocolate. All for the price of an egg.
Staff at Insight UK’s Sheffield office are fired up to fundraise for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, with wing-walks, skydives and the Bluebell Wood Colour Dash just a few of the activities they’ve planned for 2017.
Walking from Sheffield to London once would be plenty for most people, but a team at Pagets builders merchants is going to do it all again, the other way round.
On 9th April, an inspirational dad will be joining thousands of runners in the Yorkshire Half Marathon to raise money for Bluebell Wood in memory of his daughter, Rosie.
A warm-hearted woman from Ecclesfield has left a wonderful legacy to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice after gifting her £40,000 estate to the hospice in her Will.
One man from Wales in Rotherham is helping put Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice on the map, as he prepares to take on the Barcelona marathon on Sunday 12th March.
Trying to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Why not treat mum to an afternoon of elegance at Bluebell Wood’s Ladies’ Lunch on Saturday 18th March, and help us be there for families when they need us most.
The annual Pride of the Isle awards night – which was held on 28th January 2017 – has raised an incredible £22,412, which will go towards Lex’s Legacy and Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Family-friendly restaurant chain, Frankie & Benny’s will be teaming up with Bluebell Wood, after choosing Together for Short Lives, which supports seriously ill children and their families across the UK, as their charity partner for 2017.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice are encouraging local and national organisations to make 2017 count by joining their 365 Business Club for just £1 a day.
Children and families at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice were treated to an exclusive music performance on Wednesday when girl band M.O dropped by for a special visit.
Blue Monday – the 16th of January – may be known as the most depressing day of the year, but Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice are trying to change that, by encouraging members of the public to sign up to their annual Colour Dash.
From bucket collections to Christmas Market cruises: Bolsover Cruise Club have raised over £7,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, and they’re looking forward to continuing their support in 2017.
A little girl with a big heart is donating the proceeds of her charity single to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, after winning the chance to record in a professional recording studio.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is calling on members of the public to give the gift of time this Christmas and volunteer at their local charity shop in Sheffield city centre.
Local Charities Day on Friday December 16th is putting small, local charities like Bluebell Wood in the spotlight, and highlighting the important work they do in their community.
Bluebell Wood is challenging local and national businesses to take part in their Hundred Quid Quest, and turn £100 into as much money as possible in just six months.
Players from Rotherham United’s first-team squad took time out of their busy schedule this week to meet children, young adults, and their families at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
Christmas came early for children and families at Bluebell Wood when the Sheffield United team dropped by to deliver presents and spread festive cheer.