Voluntary Action Elmbridge supports all Voluntary, Community and Faith Organisations who work and provide care to all those who live and work in the Borough of Elmbridge. Click here to check out this month's volunteer opportunities in and around Esher...
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I thought it was appropriate to send you a “lucky” gift and
introduce myself. Here at iSpark Electrical Limited, we want to provide you with the highest level of advice,
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On Thursday 2nd February, a group of local business owners in Esher celebrated Buds and Blooms' 15th anniversary by throwing a surprise party for owner, Shilu Amin. The party was held at Layla's lebanese restaurant who were marvellous hosts...
Ben Hartley, GP Liaison is the new boy at New Malden Diagnostic Centre and he has already convinced his colleagues to sign up for the Princess Alice Hospice’s second sponsored abseil at The Queens Grandstand, Epsom Racecourse on Saturday 24 March.
Saturday 24 March will see the beautiful Epsom Downs home to the legendary racecourse welcome participants who will scale the 90ft Queen's Stand structure. The balconies and unusual shape of the building make for an exhilarating and fun challenge.
Bonnie Rolfe, 29, Surbiton, and Charlotte Richards, 27, London have secured a hugely impressive total of over £32,000 in sponsorship for Princess Alice Hospice and have completed their strenuous challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
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2011 has been a year of celebration at Princess Alice Hospice. As the year comes to an end, so does the 25th anniversary. We end by recognising those that make all the work of the Hospice possible - the Hospice's CHAMPIONS, nominated by their peers.
Money raised by Text Santa will help hospices like the Princess Alice to make a difference to the lives of their patients and their families during the festive period and beyond. Help the Hospices was selected as one of 6 causes to benefit from the appeal.