New Fundraising Group Last Thursday a new fundraising group was launched for the West Cornwall area, The Penwith Fundraising Group. This now brings the number of groups in Cornwall to 11. Chaired by Alun Evans and Treasurer, Jan Parkin. The […]
On Sunday 21 July, volunteers and fundraising groups from all over Cornwall welcomed visitors to Tregrehan Gardens at Par to raise vital funds to support the work of Marie Curie in Cornwall. A new venue for this annual event and special […]
Country & Classics Show – Sunday 21st July This Sunday is the Country & Classics Show at Tregrehan Garden near St. Blazey. Raising funds in aid of Marie Curie. – Open Gardens – Food & Craft Stalls – Entertainment – […]
Marie Curie will be at The Royal Cornwall Show this week. Please come and see us at stand no. 115,near the Wedding Marquee. We will be selling raffle tickets for a lovely hand made rocking horse and a hamper of […]
Here’s some details of upcoming events around Cornwall that you can get involved in to support your local Marie Curie teams: Friday 8 February The Great Daffodil Appeal 2019. The collections start on Friday 8 February at Tesco, St. Austell. There […]
Over the coming few weeks volunteers will be out placing the little daffodil boxes in shops and businesses throughout the county and in Jersey. If you would like a little box to take to your workplace or local club please […]
The Newquay and District Fundraising Group for Marie Curie in Cornwall met at The Atlantic Hotel for their AGM on Wednesday 20 March. The group have been very busy fundraising over the year and have organised daffodil collections, serviced collection […]
Collection volunteers needed for this weekend Last week was certainly very challenging for fundraising teams and volunteers across the UK at the start of The Great Daffodil Appeal. Due to these extreme weather conditions many collections had to be […]
Brave the heat and help to raise funds for Marie Curie nurses by participating in the Firewalk on 28th October 2017.
A firewalk is the most inspirational journey you will ever undertake. It is as the name suggests: a bare foot walk over red-hot wood embers measuring around 800 degrees. No tricks, no special effects. Just you and the fire.
It’s tempting to look at firewalking and explain it with physics.