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Sheffield to London hike helps Bluebell Wood

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Curly fries and a building products delivery may not have much in common, but both led colleagues at Pagets builders’ merchants in Sheffield to walk an epic 193 miles to raise over £4000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Liam scales heights for Bluebell Wood

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He may have climbed some of the region’s biggest peaks and beaten his fundraising target, but six year old Liam More from Rotherham is not ready to stop just yet.

Claire swims in memory of Mr Joe

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An inspirational mum has taken to the water and raised over £1,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in memory of her son Joe, who passed away in May 2015.

OAP takes to the skies after battle with cancer

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John Armstrong, 66, took to the skies in Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice’s Wing Walk alongside several other brave supporters, and has raised over £1,400 after a battle with jaw cancer.

Mum’s swim in memory of Mr Joe

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An inspirational mum is to take to the water to raise money for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, in memory of her son Joe.

Long Distance Lottie Raising Funds For Bluebell Wood

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Big hearted Bluebell Wood supporter Lottie Skinner is preparing to walk 50 miles to raise vital funds for the Sheffield charity. She is one of many students from Verve Academy of Performing Arts in Sheffield raising money for Bluebell Wood children.

Bluebell Wood young adult takes to the skies for charity

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A brave 18-year-old, diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, complex medical needs and who is TPN dependent, will be hitting speeds of 130mph to fundraise for Bluebell Wood; a charity very close to his heart.

First year anniversary celebrated in style

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A Chapeltown charity shop has today celebrated its first anniversary, after raising more than £100,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in the time it has been open.

Two football teams visit in one day!

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Footballers from two South Yorkshire teams have visited Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, where they met children, young adults and their families.

Festive fun for all at Bluebell Wood

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Lapland has arrived at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, thanks to the amazing support of generous community members who have donated £1 for every virtual mile between Sheffield and Lapland.

Football players make a festive visit to Bluebell Wood

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Footballers from Doncaster Rovers Football Club including Rob Jones, Richard Chaplow, Nathan Tyson and James Coppinger have today spread Christmas cheer at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Rock with Laughter for Bluebell Wood

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Bluebell Wood parents Steve and Jane Knight, along with daughter Katie, have organised a night of comedy in aid of Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Pushing the boat out for Bluebell Wood

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Members of HMS Sheffield Association visited children and staff at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice this weekend, when they also donated £200 to the charity.

Path to memory garden renewed

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A new path to a memory garden at North Anston children’s hospice, Bluebell Wood, has been installed and funded by a national firm as part of their community project work.

Hospice Open Day is a huge success

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Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice 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.

Surf’s Up for Bluebell Wood child, Theo.

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WCEC Architects in Chesterfield, have built a wheelchair friendly surf shack for eight-year-old Theo Singh-Eyley, who receives respite care from local children’s hospice, Bluebell Wood.

Emotional bike ride beckons for Penistone man

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A Penistone man is to embark on an epic, emotional 750 mile charity bike ride for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, in memory of brothers Paul and Jack Sykes.

Bluebell Wood goes greener

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Craig West is helping the hospice to save £200,000 over 20 years through installing solar panels.

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