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Chaseley invite residents' loved ones into their gardens for afternoon tea to say thank you for their support and kindness over the past 18 months.
Would you like to learn new skills while helping Downslink YMCA Engagement?
Would you like to know more about how to promote your charity for free in Eastbourne with help from David Ruddle and thebestof?
Three amazing residents at The Chaseley Trust have embarked on their very own Olympic Fundraiser - truly inspirational
Launch of the reflection area at Willingdon Trees Community Center, with the Mayor, Mayoress, Councillor Josh, Linda from the Hampden Park Shed, and other members of the community
The Sussex Cancer Fund has awarded a grant of £139k over the next three years to look at “The impact of psychological stress on cancer burden & recurrence of tubovarian cancer & primary peritoneal cancers.”
A huge thank you and well done to Christel Zegers, from the Park Centre for Breast Care who transformed her hair from long and curly to short and sassy with the help of her colleagues, all while raising much-needed funds for the Sussex Cancer Fund.
The Sussex Cancer Fund has been running its own charity lottery for just over six months. Thank you to all those that have bought tickets so far! In this time we have had 29 charity draws (and 29 Winners!) and raised £1779 to support cancer patients.
The latest news from The Chaseley Trust in the form of a video sharing what their residents have to say.
We are delighted and thankful to Jessica McMillan and David Gedge, together with their little Dog Doris who are walking the entire 70 miles of the Isle of Wight coastal path to raise funds for the Sussex Cancer Fund and McMillan Cancer Support.
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