Congratulations to our CEO, David Houston, who has successfully cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats and raised over £4000 for Brian House. David, along with a number of other
We are on the look out for new Trustees – can you help? We would like five new trustees who can help us to steer Trinity Hospice and Brian House through a time of unprecedented change.
Our children are cooking up a treat in the garden thanks to a generous donation from Blackpool business Mud Kitchens R Fun. James Rashid, who owns the business in South Shore, heard that we
Our children had a wonderful surprise when Coco and Bella the alpacas popped in to say hello! Coco, 10, and Bella, 8, had come to Trinity Hospice as part of our Schools Link Networking
We have given a very special Brian House welcome to our new President, international rugby legend Sir Bill Beaumont. Bill follows Jimmy Armfield, who was our much-loved President for many
Our very own Chief Executive is preparing for the adventure of a life-time – a 980 mile cycle across the length of the country in aid of our children’s hospice. David Houston was all
Meet Ava, our new tiny fundraiser who is getting ready to run through gallons of frothy bubbles to help support her community’s most fragile youngsters. Ava is only four years old, but for
Our children, many of whom will never be able to board a plane and experience a family holiday overseas, are now having some of the experience thanks to our brand new Around the World Room.
Pupils at Anchorsholme Academy turned Christmas elves for the day to raise a cracking £1,400. The whole school took part in our Elf Run – a walk, run, jog or skip around the grounds
Our corporate supporters have raised an incredible £42,171 by taking part in the Fylde Coast £50 Challenge. Teams from 28 businesses across Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre entered the our
We’re inviting schools across the Fylde coast to get ‘fit and elfie’ by taking part in our second ever Elf Run. Get your teachers, your friends and even your parents to do a
Here at Brian House we have hosted our first ever international research conference, welcoming speakers from across the globe. The conference, called Too Little Too Late, explored research
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