Nine days, 920 miles and one Guinness World Record- all in the name of fundraising! On Thursday 3rd September, seven cyclists began the “epic journey” from Land’s End to John
This is not just any charity partnership…M&S Food and Together for Short Lives have come together to support and raise vital funds for lifeline children’s hospices like Brian House.
Technology equals fun at Brian House Children’s Hospice, which has just received a bumper package of virtual reality, computer and IT equipment sure to put a smile on each child’s face.
Hundreds of Santa Dashers made their way along Blackpool’s Promenade, all in the name of charity – Brian House Children’s Hospice. With the big day just under 3 weeks away, it was the
This year, 40 companies from across the Fylde Coast have taken one of our gorgeous gin hampers to raffle off in aid of Brian House. Included in the hampers are an array of gins, tonics and
Brian House Children’s Hospice has recently created a video to document what a children’s hospice is really like, challenging common misconceptions, as well as showcasing the Brian House
With Christmas just under 11 weeks away, Brian House is getting ready for a great ‘Claus’… their annual Blackpool Santa Dash event. The two-mile dash takes place on Sunday
Our annual fundraising ball held at the weekend has raised over £70,000 for Brian House Children’s Hospice. More than 450 people attended the Blackpool Tower Ballroom on Saturday night
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
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