Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, a charity which cares and supports children and young adults with life-shortening conditions and their families, opened its doors to the public on Sunday 20th September.
The day was a huge success – raising over £8,000 and welcoming over 800 visitors to their grounds in North Anston. Now you can see a bird’s eye video of the event, which was held in the hospice’s huge gardens and included craft stalls, rides for children, tombolas, live entertainment, face painting and refreshments.
The Open Day offered a great opportunity for the local community to learn about the fantastic facilities available for the children and families who use the hospice, as well as to thank people for their generosity and support.
Claire Rintoul, Chief Executive at Bluebell Wood, said: “I would like to thank everyone involved in our Open Day for making it such a huge success, it was a wonderful opportunity for the public to find out more about the important work we do.
“We are here to provide the very best specialist support for children and their families facing the toughest of times and it’s really important for us to ensure that people visit us and see that Bluebell Wood is filled with love and laughter; that the money our incredible communities raise really does make a huge difference.”