25th September 19
Year 6 boys, Head Boy Stanley & George, are cycling 127 miles from Dieppe to Paris, taking just over two days, leaving on Friday 18th October and arriving in Paris on Sunday afternoon. They will follow the route Avenue Verte which is a disused railway south of Dieppe and forest paths through to Paris arriving a mile from the Eiffel Tower.
If you would like to donate this amazing event for an lovely cause, please follow this link to their Just giving web page.
With no hospice currently situated in the city, patients and their families can often spend a long time travelling from their homes to receive care or visit a loved one. A local hospice in Winchester will reduce the amount of time spent travelling or feeling a long way from home, so that families can enjoy special moments together.
Winchester Hospice will be there to provide patients at the end of their lives with the dignity, respect, care and compassion they deserve – delivering care on site and in the community twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
As well as providing inpatient care, the Winchester Hospice will act as a hub for specialist palliative care in the community through outpatient services, therapies and caring for people in their own homes.
Stan & George,
We couldn’t be more proud of you and what you are setting out to do. We wish you every bit of success and will be willing you on every step of the way!
For more information on the vital work of the Winchester Hospice, please view here.