Claire, Anne Taylor and Mary Gale represented the Inner Wheel Club of Chard at the Party in the Park, they were promoting their club as well as selling jewellery and accessories made out of recycled magazines and can ring pulls for the charity Purple Community Fund.
Although wet and windy a great time was had.
Both Barry and Claire hope to cycle the 38 miles from Yeovil Hospice to Taunton Hospice on Sunday 6th August.
They have been out on 1 practice cycle so far and hope to raise funds for the great cause that is St. Margaret's Hospice.
Although Barry handed over the Presidential responsibilities of Chard Rotary Club to Robin Williams, Claire decided to stay on for one more year as President of the Inner Wheel Club of Chard.
Quad Kids in a annual sporting event for local Primary Schools held by Rotary at Holyrood Academy. Both Barry and Claire enjoy helping out with the howler throwing.
The people of Chard, Ilminster and the surrounding area were invited to place a star in memory of a loved one upon the tree. Those wishing to could also make a donation to St. Margaret’s Somerset Hospice.
The sum raised was £346.28 with B. Gibbs Funeral Services also pledging £200.00 to make a Grand total of £546.28.
Barry and all at B. Gibbs Funeral services would like to take this opportunity to thank all those people who placed a star on the tree and to all those who made such generous donations.
Pictured are Teresa Coombes, Head of Inpatient Services
Barry & Claire Gibbs
Sharon Pavey Community Fundraiser
A memory tree once again has been errected in our office, members of the public are invited to place a personal remembrance star on the tree to fondly think of lost loved ones.
This Years collection is in aid of St. Margaret's Somerset Hospice.
St. Margaret’s Hospice has been at the heart of Somerset’s community
for over 35 years, delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness.
Through their medical expertise, nursing skill and specialist support services, they provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to
their patients, their families, carers and friends.
The Hospice is dedicated to making each day count for all their patients and their families.
So please visit the office to place a star on the tree to remember the loved ones that are no longer with us, and if you can, please make a donation,
however small it may be.
pictured with Barry & Claire Gibbs is Miss. Teresa Coombes
Head of Inpatient Services of St. Margaret's Hospice.
This Years Remembrance Tree is in aid of Childrens Hospice South West