I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because my father-in-law spent his last few weeks there, where he received fantastic care surrounded by his family. Raising money by running the London Marathon is my way of saying thank you for everything they did for him.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because of the support and care they gave my mum, Pat Rout, in her time of need. They do a great job in fantastic surroundings. The atmosphere they create, helps the patient and the extended families.
I am running the London Marathon 2020 in memory of our wonderful friend Anna who was lovingly looked after by the kind and caring staff at Tapping House. Anna had been a part of our family for a long time and we hold many wonderful memories. Tapping House has been supportive to so many families, and I feel honoured to be running in support of them!
For the first time in 2020, I’m running the Virgin London Marathon in aid of The Norfolk Hospice, I know a lot of people who have been supported and given the most incredible care by the team including a very special friend of mine and her lovely dad...I want to show my appreciation to the team by challenging myself to run 26.2 miles and raise money for a very deserving charity within the local community.
As a gift for my 30th Birthday, my family got me a Skydive! I thought this would be a great opportunity to raise some funds for Tapping House as they are such a worthwhile charity with so many caring and supportive staff who are committed to making the lives of the people in their care their top priority.
We're raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because of the exceptional care my dad, Dr Michael Cliffe JP, received in his final days. Not only did we witness the care that was administered so diligently, respectfully and gently to Dad but we also received the care and support from the team too whilst we sat with him over those final days and said our goodbye's. We're acutely aware how lucky Dad was to be able to spend his final days at the Hospice and know that every penny counts towards the H
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because they provided great end of life care for my close friends father, Eamonn Payne. Together we will be completing the RideLondon event on behalf of the hospice before attempting a >1000km round trip into Europe on our tandem - in both memory of Eamonn and to raise money for the hospice.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because my father-in-law spend his last few weeks there, where he recieved fantastic care surrounded by his family. Raising money by running the Great North Run is my way of saying thank you for everything they did for him.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice, running the Suffolk Half Marathon in memory of my mother Sylviane Tallamy
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice by taking part in a Walking Marathon and walking over the top of the O2 in London.
In June I am walking Wainwrights Coast to Coast walk, I am dedicating the walk to the memory of my Father and raising money for The Norfolk Hospice.
I am raising money for The Norfolk Hospice in memory of my dad, Eamonn.
I’m taking part in the Lantern Walk with my Mum in memory of my Dad BILL CRISPto raise money for The Norfolk Hospice because it helped Dad so much during his cancer journey, and helped him during his last days, die with dignity and without pain
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because it’s a worthwhile cause that helps and supports those who need and deserve it.
I work with the hospice at home team.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice to support my friend Emma, who is also running the GEAR 10K in memory of her late mum, who spent her last week's being looked after by this wonderful hospice.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because the care and support they show their patients is amazing. In particular Mr Stephen Smith a dear friend , who spent his last six weeks in the hospice.
I’m raising money for The Norfolk Hospice because these guys really make a difference to people’s lives.
After a short battle with lung cancer, I lost my uncle steve.
Tapping House is an amazing charity that helps so many. Before my Mum had dementia, she used to volunteer in the office and helped with the lottery. This charity was always close to her heart so by raising funds for them I feel I am doing something for Mum too.