Making the most of the beautiful summer, our supported children and their families had the beach brought to them as Christopher’s had all things seaside-y for the families to enjoy at the beach themed activity day.
This year an amazing team of 70 brave individuals from Heathrow Terminal 4 took on the epic challenge of climbing Mount Snowdon to raise money for Shooting Star Chase, after one of their colleagues was supported by our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.
As summer slowly comes to a close and the night’s draw in – fear not as we have the perfect ‘pick me up’ to pop in your diary this autumn! Get set for an evening of excellent live stand-up comedy, as the Shooting Star Chase comedy night makes a welcome return.
On a wheelie wet and windy day 80 triumphant #Team SSC riders (our biggest team to date!) battled the elements and took on the challenging 100 mile course that was Prudential RideLondon 100, raising £21,000 and counting for Shooting Star Chase.
Eight year old Mahika, from Woking, has come up with a ‘novel’ way to raise money for her local children’s hospice Shooting Star Chase. The talented young writer, along with the help of her mum, Rashi, has created her very own e-book, Mahika’s Short Stories.
An evening to remember, celebrate and raise lots of money – ‘Celebrating Rory’ was a special Midsummer Ball in memory of Rory who was cared for by Shooting Star Chase.
The Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club Surrey Section, and walled garden, The Medicine Garden in Cobham, treated 28 families to a special day out with luxury cars, fun entertainment and a delicious barbecue, all set to beautiful surroundings.
High profile designers and celebrities came out in force for The One Good Thing Fashion Evening. Among the well-known names who have pledged their support by donating an array of wonderful pieces for auction are Keira Knightley, Jimmy Choo, Erdem, Burberry, Alexa Chung, Jasper Conran, Bora Aksu and The Duchess of Cambridge’s favoured designer, Suzannah….
On a beautiful bright July afternoon, Christopher’s, our Guildford Hospice opened it’s doors and invited people to come and discover the work of a children’s hospice at our annual Open Day.