Speen Helping Hospices

SPEEN HELPING HOSPICES

HISTORY

Speen Helping Hospices was founded in 2001 by Suzi Rose with the aim of raising funds for local hospices. The group started in a small way with a Hospice Charity Christmas Card Sale and other small events building over the years to the 5 events we are running this year. The Spring Lunch at the Horses Trust, The Car Boot Sale, Bridge Afternoon, Chilli and Dancing to a live band evening and The Christmas Market.With limited Government funding the Hospice Charites rely heavily on groups like the SHH to raise funds necessary to care for people with life limiting conditions and support their families.

The group support Florence Nightingale House, Helen Douglas House, Rennie Grove hospice and The South Bucks Day Hospice. To date we have raised £74250.87

EVENTS

e was heard to say ‘It’s like having tea at the Ritz!’. I believe everyone enjoyed the Bridge as well!
The event raised just over £700 bringing our total to £74250.87

HOT MUSIC – COOL CHILLI – & DANCING

SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER – 7.30pm 

A BIG thank you to everyone that came along to the Hot Music and Cool Chilli evening on Saturday October 27th and made it such a success. The music performed by The Dirty Mavis Band was excellent and had everyone on the dance floor. We raised over £1200.00 from the event and with the Christmas Market still to go it is looking like a very good year thanks to all our supporters! The total raised is now just over £75350.

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS MARKET

SATURDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 11AM – 4PM – ENTRANCE £1

We would like to invite you to join us for the 10th Annual Christmas Market. Take the opportunity to choose unique gifts from the work of exciting local designers & artists and food & wine. Charity Christmas Cards will be provided by the 4 local hospices we support and this year there will be a Christmas Grotto and Face Painting for the children. So please come along and join us for what is always a wonderful day, browse for gifts,  participate in the Silent Auction, enjoy a drink and a bite to eat whilst helping raise vitally needed Hospice Funds.

We are delighted to announce that after 2 years absence the Christmas Market is being brought back into the village and will be held in the very smart new facilities at the Chapel and within the Chapel itself.