A Sheffield older persons’ charity struck by the cancellation of mass fundraising events has come up with a novel way of raising money during the pandemic– park picnics.
Supercar Driver members have swapped their high end supercars for colouring pencils to raise over £2,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
A family who’ve stayed at home since March to protect their extremely vulnerable 13-year-old son have spoken out about their hopes and fears as shielding comes to an end.
Bluebell Wood’s multi-talented chef has swapped his spatula and frying pan for a pencil and paintbrush to create a children’s book
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is delighted to announce its much-loved Chapeltown charity shop will be reopening on the 8th August.
One of Sheffield’s best loved charity schemes helping isolated older people is to return after a five month break, provided bosses can get hold of enough PPE.
Employees at a Sheffield-based health care company have been praised for their contributions to cancer charity, Maggie’s, which is offering support to people with cancer during the current Covid crisis.
Students from Sheffield Hallam are raising funds for refugee families in Lebanon following a filmmaking trip to the region last year.
Bluebell Wood is calling on local children and families to bring the woods a bit closer to home this summer, by hosting their very own Teddy Bears’ Picnic.