Kerry Shevlan has embarked on the biggest challenge of her life. She plans to run 100 half marathons or further in 1 year. And we are thrilled to hear that her amazing efforts will be raising funds for Willen Hospice.
Willen Hospice has set up a festive cabin at the centre:mk in Milton Keynes.
The Willen Hospice annual Christmas service of remembrance, Lights of Love, will return to The Ridgeway Centre in Wolverton Mill on Saturday 1 December.
Ellie has raised a whopping £260 for Willen Hospice by giving up all treats and fizzy drinks for Stoptober.
Take your fundraising overseas next year by taking part in one of two challenges Willen Hospice has arranged for 2019. Choose your challenge!
All across Milton Keynes, wacky fever has taken off and we caught up with a few people who have dared to do something outrageous to fundraise for Willen Hospice.
Hot bacon rolls for weary cyclists, homemade cakes, biscuits and hot drinks were all on the menu for a coffee morning to remember the much loved Pete Thomas.
This October we're inviting you to put the fun in fundraising by taking on a crazy challenge to support Willen Hospice.
To mark her retirement as a GP after 30 years, Dr Christine Bradley is taking on the Great North Run Half marathon to raise funds for Willen Hospice.
Willen Hospice is inviting local people to remember loved ones in a unique and touching way, by joining us for our Twilight Walk on Sunday 16 September.
Willen Hospice is inviting cycling enthusiasts to take on their latest two wheeled challenge, Ride for Willen, on Sunday 2 September.
T-Systems, who have named Willen Hospice as their Q3 charity of the year, surprised us recently with a generous donation
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