From dragons to dinosaurs – roaring good fun lined up at Bluebell Wood boat race

There be dragons on the water… But watch out for dinosaurs on land! Two scarily lifelike velociraptors will be on the loose when Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice stages its third Dragon Boat Race on July 13. Read more

Rice, beans and a can of sardines…Bluebell Wood doctor’s charity diet for a week

Refugees in Syria have no choice but to live on little more than rice, beans and a tiny tin of sardines a week. But self-confessed foodie Archana Soman, a doctor at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice has. Read more

New hospice CEO pledges support to ‘Give It Back’ campaign during Children’s Hospice Week

Disabled children and their families are missing out on vital care and support as a result of government cuts, says the new boss at Bluebell Wood on the eve of National Children’s Hospice Week (17 to 23 June). Read more

Window into the world of Bluebell Wood volunteers

We'll quite literally be showcasing our fabulous volunteer workforce during National Volunteers Week (June 1-7) our Sheffield shop window! Read more

Retired teacher Morag has learned the ropes in the hospice kitchen

Retired Geography teacher Morag Sanderson found herself in a whole new world when she began volunteering at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. She joined the kitchen staff preparing meals for families and staff. Read more

Thrills and spills as Soapbox Derby smashes Bluebell Wood’s fundraising target

Bluebell Wood’s Soapbox Derby turned Clifton Park into the whackiest race ever this weekend. Thousands turned out to cheer on the 36 speed demons hell-bent on glory in the hospice’s much-loved annual fundraiser, which looks to have raised over £12,000. Read more

How did that get there? Roman coin turns up in hospice collecting tin

Bluebell Wood cashed in when one of its eagle-eyed team sifted through a batch of coins from its collecting tins. Among the mini mountain of small change was a Roman coin dating from c.330AD. How it got there remains a mystery. Read more

Scooter Fest comes to Beighton in memory of Emma

Beighton dad and hospice volunteer Steve Knight is busy organising the first ever ‘Scooter Fest’ in memory of his daughter Emma to raise funds for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice where she spent her last days. Read more

Thousands make a splash at Bluebell Wood Bubble Rush

There was a sea of colour at Rother Valley Country Park when thousands of people took part in Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice’s first ever Bubble Rush 5K this past weekend. Read more

Concrete companies battle it out on the pitch for local hospice

Its crunch time for two rival concrete companies. They are preparing to clash, but it’s for a good cause - in a charity football match at Rotherham’s New York Stadium on Sunday 19th May for a 6.15pm kick-off. Read more

Fundraisers go ‘over the edge’ for Bluebell Wood

If they didn’t have a head for heights, they do now! A team of 22 Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice supporters - aged from 16 to 73 - faced their fears and made a 160-foot descent down the side of one of Sheffield’s most iconic buildings over the Bank Holiday Weekend. Read more

Hospice bowled over by club’s gift

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice has been bowled over by a donation of almost £5,000 from a local sports team. Read more

Golfer Tracey hits Almost £2,000 for Bluebell Wood

Keen golfer Tracey Warwick knew exactly which charity to set her sights on during her year as Women’s Team Captain at Chesterfield Golf Club… Read more

Over £10,000 floods in for Bluebell Wood thanks to appeal from One Direction star Louis

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is singing the praises of its loyal celebrity supporter, One Direction Star Louis Tomlinson – to the tune of over £10,000. Read more

Choir raise £450 for Bluebell Wood

Singers in Derbyshire have once again hit the right note at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Read more

Bluebell Wood offers family time on National Siblings Day

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice gave out some extra TLC on National Siblings Day (April 10). Read more

Golfer Peter raises £3,660 for Bluebell Wood

A former history teacher never forgot the thank you letter a teenager at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice sent to his pupils. Read more

Supercar owners bring joy and £40,000 in donations to Bluebell Wood

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is £23,500 richer after hundreds of the most expensive cars in the world powered into Donington Park to enjoy a fast-paced secret meet-up. Read more

Bluebell Wood motoring on for another year thanks to Burrows

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is all geared up to motor on this year, thanks to a kind-hearted motor company. For the second year running, Burrows Fleet and Business Centre in Barugh Green, Barnsley, has loaned a brand new car to the team at South Yorkshire’s only children’s hospice. Read more

Children’s hospice counsellor steps onto the catwalk to raise funds

A counsellor who supports families of children with life-shortening conditions will be taking to the runway on Thursday 2nd May for Bluebell Wood’s charity fashion show. Read more

Park for a good cause in Worksop

Bank Park are now managing a new car park very near to Bassetlaw District General Hospital, which helps to support Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. Read more

Daring Claire to conquer final element in children’s hospice Abseil

A fearless Sheffield mum will be tackling the elements this May, when she takes on our abseil, as part of her challenge to conquer all four elements in memory of her son, Joe. Read more

Running for her Gem of a sister

Teacher Lauren is keeping her sister's memory alive 10 years after tragedy and supporting Bluebell Wood too. Read more

Engineering workers are ‘mud up’ to be getting down and dirty in Bluebell Wood challenge

Workers at a Sheffield engineering company are prepared to get down and dirty…But it’s all in the name of charity. MD Greg Majchrzak and 14 employees at family-run firm Tufcot Engineering in Darnall will be swapping their factory floor on Coleford Road for mud, glorious mud. Read more