A family fun day will take place in Rotherham this week to raise vital funds for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
The fun-filled event organised by two Bluebell Wood bereaved families will take place at the Edward Dunn Memorial Hall, Maltby on Sunday 11th September 10am – 2pm and is open to the public. Entry to the activity packed day is just £1 with under 10’s entering for free.
Bereaved mums Charlotte Mayor and Joanne Tennick decided to plan the event in memory of both their daughters, Elsa and Rosie. Both families spent precious time in the end of life suite at the North Anston based hospice.
As well as appearances from Queen Elsa, there will also be a bouncy castle, face painting, various stalls & games and much more happening on the day for everyone to enjoy.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice cares for children and young adults with life-shortening and life-threatening conditions. The support services are wide ranging and bespoke to each family; including end of life treatment and care, music therapy, counselling, sibling support groups, home visits and much, much more.
Anna Gott, Community Fundraiser: “Both the Mayor and Tennick family are such an inspiration. Charlotte and Joanne working together on fundraising ventures is so wonderful to see and everyone here at Bluebell Wood is so proud of them.
Their positive attitude to helping raise awareness and funds for Bluebell Wood in memory of their daughters is fantastic and so heart-warming. We are extremely grateful of their continuous support”.