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The newsletter from Woking & Sam Beare Hospices

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View onto
garden in
new hospice

to our plans
It has been a privilege to process of moving out of the
guide the hospices through Weybridge Hospital and by
this time of change and I December 2016 we will no
am excited that I am leaving longer operate any services
behind the legacy of a brand from this building. We will
new hospice, destined to however, maintain a strong
be one of the best modern presence in the area through
palliative care facilities in the our Community Team which
South East. I know that Jayne delivers over 70% of the care
Cooper, our new interim CEO, and support we provide to the growing needs of the
will provide all of the expert patients in their homes, and communities we serve
guidance and leadership that with our two shops on the tomorrow and into the
this wonderful organisation High Street. future. There will be a
needs as it moves into the Change can be difficult for commemorative celebration
next chapter of its history. some and we want to assure for Sam Beare Hospice in
By now most of you will you all that we do appreciate December and you are all
probably have heard that this news will be tinged with warmly welcomed.
we have revisited our initial sadness for many. It’s only
proposal to redevelop natural, as the building holds The new hospice building
Sam Beare Hospice due to many memories for so many is really starting to take
additional and unforeseen people in the community. shape. We know that once
overheads which have made However as a charity, we the furniture is in, the pictures
previous plans no longer want to ensure that funds are up on the walls and the
financially viable. In August that you, our supporters, so familiar faces of our staff and
we announced the decision kindly continue to donate volunteers are there to greet
to close the hospice facility to us are used wherever the people under our care,
within Weybridge Hospital. possible to meet the needs it will really begin to feel like
We are soon to begin the of our patients today and home to us and we know it
will for many of you too.

2 Contact Autumn 2016


New Build Appeal
The importance of
our new building nreewcCehpaofteisopaninciend

Since the last Contact
magazine in April,
significant progress has
been made in building our
new hospice in Goldsworth
Park. There is a sense of
anticipation amongst staff
and volunteers as they wait to
move into the state-of-the-art
Construction is on schedule
to finish this year, after which
fit-out and staff training will
commence. In stages, all
services will move out of both patient, with any condition. patients in the furthest areas
current buildings in Woking Some patient bedrooms we serve, without increased
and Weybridge. Sam Beare are bigger, to accommodate travel time shortening their
will move from Weybridge the changing shape of future appointments. Our community
Hospital in December then, generations and hoists teams deliver over 70% of our
after a brief period where all in all rooms and assisted hospice care in homes across
services are run from Woking bathrooms will allow a larger North West Surrey, equipping
Hospice, the new hospice intake of patients with acute patients and their caregivers with
will receive its first patients in mobility problems. Ensuite tools and knowledge to remain
Spring 2017. For the first time, bathrooms ensure privacy and autonomous, without
all of our in-patient care and a Wellbeing Centre houses the need for in-patient
the knowledge and expertise superb treatment facilities and admission, sometimes until
of our staff, will be under one social spaces. The building the end of their lives.
roof ensuring we are efficient, will include good dementia We launched the New Build
cost-effective and able to give design aspects; visitors will Appeal in February of this
better care. see appropriate floor and wall year and with the generosity
A tour around the finishes, signage, contrasting of our supporters and that of
construction site highlights furnishings and lighting, businesses, foundations and
the scale of the challenges to create an environment trusts, we have so far raised
being addressed by the which meets the needs of £1.7million. We have also
Hospices as they plan for all palliative care patients, been able to reduce our costs and
21st century palliative care, including those with dementia. therefore our target to £3.1million.
and demonstrates detailed The Community Team This means we have £1.4million
thought behind the design. based at the new hospice left to raise. With continued
The hospice will serve a will have a better space to support from
world where people are living work in and we are planning the community, the Hospice
longer, potentially with a a local hub for the Weybridge will be able to provide all services
more complex spectrum of Community Team to allow from its new home, free of charge,
healthcare needs and will be them to spend as much to anyone who needs care, for
able to confidently accept any time as possible visiting many more years to come.

To find out more or donate, visit

Hospice News
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Welcome Woking Hospice is “I’m learning a lot here
to our new celebrating 15 years and about how the hospice
Macmillan counting of welcoming GP works. In addition to caring
Social Trainees from Maastricht for those in the last days
Worker University, the Netherlands. of life, the in-patient unit
They stay with a family and also provides respite care
We extend a warm work alongside teams at and symptom control.
welcome to our new the Hospice, playing an The community care is
team member, Caroline integral part in the care of also superb. I believe that
Hodgson. Caroline has patients for the duration of in general palliative care
taken up the newly their time here. consultants are decades
created position of ahead of us in terms of
Social Worker within the Fiona Bailey, outgoing knowledge, allowing them
Hospices. She says “I Medical Director explains to fully understand new
am looking forward to “Hearing about how end treatments and medications
being the person who of life care is approached as they are available.
can link all departments in a different country really I am learning so much,
and alleviate the broadens your horizons. It I could stay another six
administrative burden is wonderful to know that weeks! I hope this scheme
from hospice front line we in England are having continues, it’s a really
staff so that they can an impact on how people excellent opportunity and
focus even more of are cared for in another I am going to take a lot of
their attention onto the country.” what I learnt back with me
provision of care.” to the Netherlands.”
www.wsbhospices. Stephan Widjaja came to the Hospice this year, he
loved his experience:

Welcome to new Director of Finance Lynne Mackintosh who started
with us in September. She has joined us from Make a Wish Foundation
and is replacing Tony Cornwell who is retiring in December after nearly
four years of service. Thanks to Tony for his hard work and best
of luck in the new role Lynne.

4 Contact Autumn 2016

New interim
CEO announced
W oking & Sam People Leadership
Beare Hospices Scholarship.
are pleased Speaking of her new
to announce the role Jayne Cooper
appointment of Jayne says: “I’m really looking
Cooper as Interim Chief forward to leading
Executive. the Hospices during
this intense period
Jayne joined the of activity and as we
Hospices in September implement our plans for
2015 as Director of the future which I know
Nursing from the will help to transform
Buckinghamshire NHS the provision of
Trust where she was palliative care in North
Associate Chief Nurse West Surrey.”
for Integrated Medicine Marc Riggs, Chair of expertise. Equally
and a member of the Hospice “TTrhuAesnhtneearewDiatdh impressive has been her
the Executive team. Board said: managerial expertise
A Registered Nurse Board and all her and competence – all
(Child), in 2011 Jayne colleagues have been factors which together
was a recipient of the immensely impressed have fully qualified her
prestigious Florence by Jayne’s wealth for the role of Interim
Nightingale Foundation of practical nursing Chief Executive.
Children and Young

Another Queen’s Nurse Award
Another of our Clinical nurses in a wider community
Nurse Specialists about best practice as well
(CNS) team, Virginia as take her learning back to
Marsh - Bowen, has been the rest of her team.
awarded the prestigious title She says “I believe this
of Queen’s Nurse, by The award will really help to
Queen’s Nursing Institute build the profile of our
(The QNI). Late last year, hospices and prove our
CNS Debbie Worwood commitment to providing
became the first of our excellent standards of
nurses to receive the award. care. Of course, I am very
proud to have the award
Virginia will now have but I don’t do anything out
access to exclusive of the ordinary; all of my
conferences, events, colleagues here
training, seminars and are worthy of the award, I
bursaries which will allow her am part of a superb team.”
to both engage with other

Retail News
New Shop
We are delighted to high quality donations, will
announce the opening of be open in the Autumn.
shop number 17 in We are currently looking to
Gift Aid Fairlands Avenue, Guildford. recruit a team of volunteers
The shop is perfectly placed to join us in this exciting
income for receiving donations and new venture.
offers the opportunity to Please contact Gary Wood
Since installing our new promote the Hospices to a for more information:
till system in all our retail
sites we hoauvr egiaftlmaCiioandsphtteiorne new audience. [email protected]
doubled The shop, selling a mix of

income from the sales of
donated goods. You can
help us raise even more
by labelling all your bags
and boxes of donations
with your title, initial,
surname and postcode as
in the example below:
Mr E.X. Ample

Style me in Seconds
The Woking Hospice parked outside the
Shop opened its new shop – not to
vintage section in mention two of our
August, selling lovely Shop Managers
vintage themed Jo and Caroline giving
clothes and household customers their best © Images courtesy of Mary Elizabeth Pugsley
items. The launch fashion tips and © Image courtesy of Mary Elizabeth Pugsley
event Style Me in picking out great new
Seconds, a brand outfits from
of the Charity Retail just clothes found in
Association, was the shop! The Deputy
a great success. Mayor and his wife,
Customers were Cllr and Mrs Cundy,
offered hair styling, a cut the ribbon to
make over, a photo the new vintage
shoot, free biscuits, section on the
jewellery making Saturday and then Mrs
demos from Surrey Cundy proceeded to
Jewellery School, an have a styling session
authentic gramophone and bought a whole
and a vintage Seat car new outfit!

6 Contact Autumn 2016

Volunteer News
Project 8 Caption
Welcome, in here
John As a way to address “With this project we want
the huge demand for to show young adults that
The Volunteer Services weekend volunteers in the we appreciate juggling
Department are double shops, Mary Morgan, the conflicting demands at
checking contact details resident hospice banana their age is hard. We
and email addresses and is pioneering ‘Project 8’ can’t always hope for a
whether you are still happy with 18 – 25 year olds long-term commitment
to be contacted about in full time education. from people who are
volunteering at events Volunteers in this age studying full time and so
run throughout the year. category who sign up this project is specifically
Fundraising volunteer, to help will be given a designed to enlist their
John Goodridge, is record card to log each help on Saturdays and
assisting with this and will shift. On successful Sundays. This way
be contacting volunteers completion of eight shifts we get volunteers and
over the coming weeks. they will be rewarded they get lots in return
So remember the name, with a gift voucher to including a huge sense of
he is genuine and is spend in our shAonpnsaawnidth wellbeing!” Mary will be
helping us. a certificate for thheeirr Dad visiting schools in the area
Record of Achievement. over the coming weeks.
Volunteer Special Projects To book the banana,
& Development Manager email [email protected]
Mary Morgan explains:

For the latest volunteering vacancies visit
Retail Volunteers Complementary Therapists
Warehouse Sorters Drivers Mates Shabby Chic-ers
Fundraising Support, in the office or out in the community

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Community events

New Official Partnership with Weybridge 10k
We are proud to have been Sports Shop Manager, cheering!”
invited by Weybridge Sports Tom Eastwood explains: All race participants get
to be the charity partner “We are very proud to be
of their first ever 10k run. working alongside the team 20% off all items bought in
Sportsmen and women at the Hospices to promote the shop on 44 High Street,
hoping to participate should such a wonderful cause Weybridge. Ask instore
put Sunday 5th March 2017 and we hope to bring the for more information.
in their diaries and sign up whole town together for a To sign up, visit www.
now to secure a place. great day of running and

If you want to go that extra mile for TEAM WSB why not sign up to the
Surrey Half Marathon? We have charity places available for Sunday
13th March 2017! For more information visit [email protected]

Sam Beare
Farewell Event

Join staff and volunteers in a
tribute to the hospice which will
include a candlelit walk, a church
service and refreshments at Sam
Beare. The date is to be confirmed
and further details will be
announced on the website soon.

8 Contact Autumn 2016


Sam Beare Memories

For many years Sam Beare Hospice has had a very special place at the heart of
the community. Many tears have been shed at Sam Beare but there has also been
a lot of laughter, joy and friendship too. Take a look at this pull out scrap book of
memories from Sam Beare past and present.

“These photos capture happy memories of Sam Beare Hospice,
so much a part of the community for many years. I would like
to share them with all the wonderful people who have worked
here, supported the hospice and most importantly been cared
for at Sam Beare.” Helen Bryant, Ward Manger

10 Contact Autumn 2016

“Here is a very small sample of some of the lovely photos and
memories we have shared together over the past ten years at
Sam Beare Hospice Day Unit.”

Liz Bennett, Sam Beare Day Care Leader

12 Contact Autumn 2016

Nepal Trek & Hospice Project

Set your sights on a trek like no
other with the Nepal Trek & Hospice
Project 7th-18th October 2017…
We are offering intrepid supporters
the chance to go on an adventure
in support of the Hospices. This
trek in the Annapurna region of
the Himalayas will have you taking
in spectacular views of some of
the world’s highest mountains,
whilst immersing yourself in true
Nepalese culture. You will trek for
five days and then spend two days
helping a non-profit hospice care
organisation in Kathmandu.
When: Saturday 7th October -
Wednesday 18th October 2017.
Those interested are being advised
to register now to ensure that
fundraising and fitness targets are
met in good time for departure.

The Big
Get Together
We have joined up its cocktails and
with 12 hospices canapés, a poker
across the Southeast night or a dinner
to invite you to The party. You can also
Big Get Together decide which date
in October! This you hold your Big
is a wonderful Get Together - all
opportunity to we ask is that your
get your friends, guests donate to
family or colleagues Woking & Sam Beare
together and have Hospices to help us
fun, whilst raising continue to provide
money for local our valuable care.
hospice care. The For more
best part is that you information and to
decide what sort sign up, visit www.
of hospice-tality TheBigGetTogether.
you offer, whether

Christmas at the
Light up a Life
Mark Boast
W e would like to invite you and his family
to join us this Christmas,
as our community comes Christmas
together to celebrate the lives of loved cards 2016
ones who are no longer with us, by
attending one of our annual Light up a This year’s selection of
Life ceremonies. The services will be Christmas cards are now
led by our Hospice chaplaincy team, available to buy online or
celebrating life with music, carols, in any of our retail outlets
readings, candles and dedicated visit www.wsbhospices
memory stars on the Christmas tree.
Our Light up a Life services not only
pay tribute to those we have lost, but
also celebrate the unique hospice
care that our patients and their
families receive.
Mark Boast lost his wife Helen
to cancer nearly 2 years ago. He
explains why he goes to Light up
a Life.
“Helen was very at peace with God
when she died. We are not overly
religious but she was definitely the
most spiritual of us all. I think she
would feel that Light up a Life is
the perfect Christmas celebration,
because of where it is and what it
means. It’s in a church but it’s not a
strictly religious service and everyone
is welcome to the special, spiritual
place to celebrate the people who are
not with us anymore. She would like
to be remembered in this way.”

Light up a Life dates Christmas Gift & Craft Fair

Sunday 20th November Find the perfect present at our annual
3.30-4.30pm Christmas Gift & Craft Fair, sponsored by
St John’s Church, Egham Trident Honda, on Sunday 27th November,
6.30-7.30pm 10am-4pm. With around 100 stalls, Santa’s
St Andrew’s Church, Goldsworth Park Grotto, mince pies and mulled wine and
Sunday 4th December local choirs performing throughout the
3-4pm St James’ Church, Weybridge afternoon, there is something for everyone!
6.30-7.30pm Entry is £3 for adults, free for Under 16yrs!
St Dunstan’s Church, Woking Visit
Visit www.wsbhospices. or call 01483 881752 for more information. for more

14 Contact Autumn 2016

Dress down for Christmas
T he Community festive Christmas
Fundraising headwear and donate
team have to the Hospices. If
contacted all local anyone has any
junior and senior contacts in local
schools to ask them schools or nurseries
to take part in our who can encourage
Christmas Mufti them to sign up for
Day campaign this our campaign, then
December. Pupils can please put in a good
choose to dress up in word and get them to
full Santa or Elf Suits contact Fundraising
or just wear some on 01483 881752.

Fundraising the Easy way!

Don’t forget you can raise money whilst you shop for all your Christmas
goodies online this year just by signing up to easyfundraising. It works in
a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites, but instead of earning
points when you shop, you raise a donation for your local hospice. Just
go to, register and pick us as your chosen
charity. You can shop with over 2,000 well known stores including
Amazon and John Lewis, and each will donate up to 15% of what you
spend. And the best bit is... it doesn’t cost you anything!

Santa Fun Run

W hite beards and red jackets are
once again to stream out onto
the streets of Brooklands for the
annual festive Santa Fun Run. Pull on your
boots, fire up your reindeer and help us
bring the North Pole to Mercedes-Benz
World on Sunday 11th December at 10am.
Register online now at www.wsbhospices. to secure your place in this
sponsored fun run. With 2.5k and 5k route
options available on the day, it’s suitable for
the whole family! Adults £12, Children £6,
and Under 3yrs go free!

Free Santa hat for all runners!

VIP visits to the Hospices
We have been lucky enough to have some prestigious guests at the
Hospices in recent months…

Lord Lieutenant of Surrey
In May, we had the as well as patients and
Mayor of privilege of a visit from HM relatives, to learn more
Woking Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, about all of the services
Michael More-Molyneux that the Hospices provide.
One of our youngest and his wife, Sarah. The final stop of the tour
fundraisers, Chloe, was As the new combined was the new build site
given a special tour of the hospice is being built, the where, complete with
new hospice along with Lord-Lieutenant expressed high vis’ jackets and hard
Hope the Heart and the interest in seeing the hats, the group were
Mayor of Woking, Cllr Anne existing hospices in shown around by the Site
Murray, who has chosen the Weybridge and Woking, Manager, with Fundraising
Hospices as her charity of and meeting staff who are Director, Louise Morris,
the year. currently preparing for the explaining how each area
move into the new facility would be used.
Chloe was very impressed in 2017 as well as taking a
with the build, saying “it’s tour of the new build site in Speaking about the day,
amazing how much space Goldsworth Park, Woking; the Lord-Lieutenant said:
there is and they have in order to see how the “There is a really palpable,
thought of everything.” increasingly complex warm atmosphere in both
Chloe, now 12, has been health needs of a future hospices and the staff
an active supporter of the generation will be met at are wonderful. It doesn’t
charity since she was 6, after the state-of-the-art facility. matter where you are, if
her father was cared for at The Lord-Lieutenant toured the staff and care is right
Woking Hospice with Motor around both hospices and then this very special
Neurone Disease. engaged several members atmosphere will continue
At the new build site she was of staff and volunteers when the new building
selling raffle tickets to the opens.”
builders and even the Mayor,
who said: “it’s lovely to see a
young person who has been
through such a tough time,
devoting herself to help an
important cause.”

Can you raise money for our hospices like Chloe? Contact one of the
Community Fundraising Team on 01483 881752 or
[email protected] to find out how you can get involved.

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WIN £1,000

A Chance to Win, a Way to Care

If you would like to be one of our regular players or would like to purchase a chance to win
for someone else, please complete the application form below.
Good luck from all the Lottery Team! Contact us on 01483 881752


 Please tick to confirm you, or the Gift Voucher recipient, are 16 years or over
 I would like to join The Hospice Lottery, or
 I would like to buy a Lottery Gift Voucher

Title Forenames
Date of birth





Title Forenames (tick one box)

Surname 1 PLAY:
Date of birth  £13 (13 weeks)
Address  £26 (26 weeks)
 £52 (52 weeks)
Telephone 2 PLAYS:
Gift Voucher occasion  £26 (13 weeks)
 £52 (26 weeks)
Gift Voucher start date  £104 (52 weeks)

I wish to pay by: (tick one box)  Delta
 Cheque  Mastercard  Visa

Please make cheques payable to ‘WSB Hospices Lottery’

Card No: 
Issue no:
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Expires: - Security no:  (If relevant)

(Last three digits
on security strip)

Signature Date

Please return your completed application form to:
Lottery, Woking Hospice, Hill View Road, Woking, GU22 7HW

“Play for Good” with WSBH Golf Society
Enjoy excellent golf at superb Surrey courses as we raise funds for

the new Physiotherapy Suite and services at the Hospice!

FREE to join
Enrol now to get early notice of fixtures & benefit from your

WSBH Golf Society membership discount

Fixtures List: New Zealand GC,10th November
West Hill GC, 6th April 2017 (Prov)
Woking GC, 18th May 2017
West Byfleet GC, June 19th 2017 (Prov)
The Berkshire GC, 15th August 2017

Email: [email protected]
Tel: 01483 881752

More info:

Registered charity no: 1082798 & 1115439

Personalised Tribute Funds
Our online Tribute Funds fundraising event in support your loved one. The money
are one of the many of the Hospices. The money raised makes a real difference
ways you can honour, raised will help us to continue to the lives of other families in a
celebrate and remember a to provide our care to others similar situation”.
loved one’s life in a beautiful through difficult times.
way. Each tribute can be It is really easy to create
personalised with photographs, Nicky Duke and her family an online lasting Tribute Fund
music, messages, lighting set up a Tribute in memory page. Simply go to www.
candles and more. Donations of her mum, Yo Duke. She
can be made on important explains “I would recommend alternatively contact 01483
dates, perhaps instead of tribute pages to everyone, it 742773 or email [email protected]
sending flowers, or after a gives you something to focus and we
on and a way to remember will help you to set it up.

THANKS A huge thanks from Retail to everyone
who took part in our first ever Style Me
in Seconds event: the Charity Retail
Association, Tina Smart from
Clinique, Godalming Vintage Tea
Parties & Solwood Cakes, Surrey
Jewellery School, Jackie Witney Hair
& Make Up and Photographer Mary-
Elizabeth Pugsley.

A special thank you to all of the amazing fundraising volunteers who support us throughout the
year! To the marshals, check-in teams, helpers and cheerers at our hospice and challenge events,
such as the Surrey Half Marathon, Midnight Walk, Dragon Boat Fun Day, and Ride 100; to all the
wonderful volunteers who helped at the many festivals, fairs, and local events throughout the
Summer; and to all those offering their support in our offices – we couldn’t do it without you all! A
massive THANK YOU from all of us in the Fundraising Team!

The Bradbury Foundation - The Wolfson Foundation - Johnson Wax Ltd - for the
for kicking off our new build we are so grateful for their support given through their
appeal with such a generous kind support towards our charitable trust in support of a
grant towards the new bereavement room in the new family pod in the new hospice.
Bradbury Wellbeing Centre. hospice.
To all of the supporters
Samsung - for their continued Byfleet United Charity - who and sponsors of our events
efforts supporting us with have so generously repeated calendar.
fundraising activities like their their initial grant which enabled
sponsored walk and shop us to build the original Woking To all of our supporters and
donations over the year. Hospice and are now funding a volunteers across every
quiet room in the new Hospice. department, from Retail
P&G - for their to our front line teams, we
fundraising and The Walton on simply could not ensure
volunteering efforts Thames Charity - for the continued care of your
for us as their their ongoing support loved ones across Surrey if it
charity of the year. of a community nurse wasn’t for your kindness
in the Walton area. Thank you.

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October Goldsworth Park In 2017... REGISTER NOW
Sunday 4th December
From Saturday 1st October Church, Weybridge
Have a night out in for your 6.30pm - 7.30pm St WEYBRIDGE 10K
local Hospices! Get together Dunstan’s Church, Woking Sunday 5th March
with friends and donate Join Team WSB and Run Weybridge
what you would have spent November in the town’s very first 10k taking you
on going out to Woking & right down the high street and past
Sam Beare Hospices. WSBH GOLF SOCIETY the iconic river Thames on Sunday
GOLF DAY AT NEW 5th March 2017.
Thursday 10th November Sunday 12th March
Join our day at New Zealand Join Team WSB in the Surrey
Golf Club open to all and Half Marathon taking you through
with special discounts for beautiful country roads surrounding
our WSBH Golf Society Woking and Guildford.
members. Teams as well as
individuals can enter for a PRUDENTIAL RIDE 100
great day of golf. Sunday 30th July
Team of 4: £380.00 - £460.00 Take a charity place in this world-
famous 100-mile cycle through
GREAT SOUTH RUN CHRISTMAS GIFT & Surrey’s stunning countryside.
Sunday 23rd October NEPAL TREK AND HOSPICE
Experience the iconic Sunday 27th November 2016 PROJECT
sights of Southsea and 10:00am - 4:00pm Saturday 7th- Wednesday 18th
Portsmouth as this fast Don’t miss our popular October
and flat course takes you Christmas Gift & Craft Fair, Join Team WSB for a breath-taking
through Portsmouth’s sponsored by Trident Honda, five day trek in the Annapurna region
Historic dockyard and past at the Woking Leisure Centre. of Nepal. After you trek, volunteer
Spinnaker Tower, before It’s the ideal place to find at a local hospice and help with
finishing on the beautiful everything you will need for tasks such as gardening, painting
seafront. the perfect Christmas. and decorating.
Entry: £3, Under 16s: FREE
Celebrate the lives of your
loved ones with us. SANTA FUN RUN
Sunday November 20th Hats and beards at the ready
3.30pm – 4.30pm St John’s for our fun family run at
Church, Egham Mercedes Benz World.
6.30pm – 7.30pm Saturday 11th December
St Andrew’s Church, 10am
Tickets: Adults £12, Children
£6, Under 3yrs FREE

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