Events you can take part in to fundraise for the Rowans Hospice Silver Jubilee Appeal
Just want to have fun or fancy a challenge?Â This year Rowans Hospice hasÂ a special 25th anniversary calendar of events to raise money specifically for its Silver Jubilee Appeal to transform the hospice as it is known.
A total of Â£7.5 is needed to completely refurbish the Waterlooville building.
Christmas Concert '“ December 2018
The Renaissance Choir will be presenting a Christmas Concert by Candlelight at Portsmouth Cathedral in Old Portsmouth, in aid of the Silver Jubilee Appeal
Silver Campaign '“Â January 2019
Get in your attic, clean out your drawers and dig out your silver, ready for the exciting Silver CampaignÂ running with The News from January 1
Danceathon '“ March 2019
It's bigger, it's better, it's back! Register your interest now for the Rowans Silver Jubilee Danceathon.
Glow Foam '“ April 2019
A 5km fun run for all the family, held at night with UV foam and glow sticks
Both Sides Now '“Â April 2019
A brand-new play by the established and award-winning playwright and theatre practitionerÂ Bryan Daniels. Both Sides Now is an hour-long production, which explores the theme of resilience. Book your tickets early to enjoy this newly-commissioned play, which will be subtly powerful, sympathetic and funny
Fire & Ice Walk '“ June 2019
Dare you take on this challenge? This is a definitive test to conquer and acknowledge you are capable of impossible challenges '“ walking barefoot over burning embers or broken glass!
Santiago De Compostela Trek '“Â October 2019
Follow one of the world's oldest pilgrim routes, which travellers have trodden for more than 1,000 years, as they made their way from northern Spain to Santiago, following '˜The Way of St James'. Enjoy unspoiled rural scenery and the opportunity to explore Romanesque cathedrals and medieval monasteries '“ whileÂ knowing each step you take is helpingÂ to build a future for your local hospice.
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