Your chance to play at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club Tee off and make a very special difference to local children It is with great pleasure that we announce our Brian house Charity Golf Day is back for 2023 , giving you the chance to play on one of Great Britain’s most iconic […]
Blackpool Night Run launched for the very first time last year and saw an incredible 6000 people enter! As a result, Night Run- the 7.5km run along Blackpool Promenade under the famous Illuminations- will be returning in 2020. Register your interest for this event. Register Your Interest
Cycle the Fylde and support Trinity Hospice! The Beaverbrooks Bike Ride has grown from strength to strength with over 800 riders taking part each year. It is a fantastic day out for beginners and elites, with five different routes to choose from there is something for all levels of abilities.
Run, jog or walk through seven coloured paint stations This year promises to be our biggest and brightest Colour Run yet! Join us on the beach at Starr Gate for Blackpool’s most colourful fun run. Pass through SEVEN paint stations as you head down Starr Gate Beach (3km), getting covered from head to toe in […]
Join Blackpool’s biggest Fun Run! The Beaverbrooks Blackpool 10k Fun Run is one of Trinity Hospice’s biggest and longest running events. This event is suitable for both new and experienced runners, aged 11 upwards. There’s even a wheelchair category too. What’s more, your entry fee includes chip-timed results, a multi-wear headband AND a bespoke Fun […]
Kick start the festive season at the Blackpool Santa Dash! Get the whole family ready for the Blackpool Santa Dash on Sunday 1st December at 11am. We’ll supply the Santa suits, just get yourselves down to the Sandcastle Waterpark for the dash along Blackpool’s famous promenade! It’s the perfect way to get into the Christmas […]
Join us for a special night of entertainment and celebration in aid of your local hospice.
Trinity Hospice is hosting this conference on international research on paediatric and palliative care, titled ‘Too little, Too late’.