Sunday 4th November 2018
Linden Hall, Longhorsley, NE65 8XF
Admission is £3.50 and children under 12's are free. (Look out for our Buy one get one free entry flyers)
HospiceCare North Northumberland’s annual Christmas Fair is taking place at Linden Hall on Sunday 4th November from 10.30am – 4pm.
Emma Arthur, Events & Community Fundraiser says “We look forward to welcoming you at our annual Joy of Christmas Fair with a glass of mulled wine. This is a wonderful opportunity to browse and buy from over 70 stall holders selling some wonderful bespoke gifts, tasty seasonal treats and local crafts including children’s craft activities. Enjoy finding unique and bespoke gifts this Christmas in a relaxing environment with a festive feel.”
By supporting this event you will also be supporting your local hospice.
This 26 mile linear walk covers the fantastic Northumberland Coastal line from just North of Bamburgh to Alnmouth.
After checking in on the morning of the walk in Alnmouth, transport is provided to the starting point near to Bamburgh. Participants then follow the Northumberland Coastal path back to Alnmouth.
Support vehicles will be on standby, water stations, and emergency first aid cover will all be present on the day. Every participant will receive a goody bag at the end of a great days walking.
Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue will also be supporting this event and a % of your booking fee goes directly to them as a donation for the stirling work they do 365 days a year.
HospiceCare North Northumberland are the official charity for this years Northumberland Coastal Challenge walk.
This challenge walk is dog friendly, please do bring your dog along on the walk.
Registration is £39.50 and once you have registered we will send you a sponsorship pack.
If you are interested in this Challenge Walk you can register by clicking here.
Registration is now open to join our team on Sunday 8th September 2019.
A spectator-lined course covers 13.1 miles from Newcastle, across the iconic Tyne Bridge and onto the picturesque coastal finish in South Shields.
The Great North Run is firmly established as the world’s most popular half-marathon. From just 5,000 runners at the very first staging in 1981, the event has now grown to an unmissable experience for over 54,000 each year.
The Great North Run is not only part of the culture in the North East, but has touched lives across the UK and around the world - with runners from over 40 different countries taking part.
Most runners choose to raise money for charities close to their hearts. Thank you very much for choosing HospiceCare North Northumberland.
Here are some thoughts from our previous runners -
"I just wanted to say a quick BIG thank you for putting on such a good "recovery tent" after the GNR. The lunch packs, sweets, cups of tea, massage and fantastic atmosphere really made it a very special day. Thanks again, see you next year......."
"Thanks again for yesterday the support and tent was fab!"
"Even though it was really tough, it was a privilege to be able to give back something to the hospice. Knowing that every penny raised will help other families provided real motivation to carry on! What a day!"
A team of over 60 HospiceCare North Northumberland supporters participated in Sunday’s Great North Run. Pictured are a group of our team sporting their running vests kindly sponsored by Nick McCreath of McCreath & Sons, Berwick who is running in our team again this year.
Welcome to Holly Coulthard who has just been recruited as a HospiceCare Volunteer Young Ambassador.
As a Young Ambassador, Holly has committed to volunteering her time to support the HospiceCare Fundraising team and will also help spread the word of HospiceCare clinical services to her family and friends.