Hotfooting it for Kilbryde Hospice

On Sunday the 1st of March a group of Kilbryde Hospice supporters took part in a Firewalk to raise funds for the hospice and we have recently received a short video from the night. First of all, I hear you ask, what exactly is a Firewalk? Well …

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Pitch Perfect by Uddingston Grammar Pupils

Photography L-R: Emma Hall (teacher), Emily Muir, Erin Docherty, Beth Moore, Georgia Paterson and Kilbryde Fundraiser Chloe Martin. A class of S3 pupils at Uddingston Grammar put their pitch and presentation skills to the test recently by taking part in a Curriculum for Excellence Masterclass in order to raise …

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Kilbryde Hospice Welcomes New Staff Member

The beginning of 2015 has been an exciting time for the hospice, with our Drop-In Centre and Day Services now operating from the new building. All of our staff are now based at the hospice and enjoying the experience of working alongside each other. The move to the hospice has …

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Our Super Burns’ Supper

We hope you all had a fantastic time at the Almada Suite for our Burns’ Ceilidh, we definitely did because at the end of the night an amazing £10,000 had been raised, so give yourselves a big round of applause. Chloe Martin, Fundraiser at Kilbryde Hospice said “We would like to …

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Light a Light for Kilbryde Hospice

We were delighted this year to hold our our annual Light a Light ceremony in our new hospice for the very first time. We had a fantastic turn out of supporters who came along to join together in remembering lost loved ones at what can be a very difficult time …

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Eddlewood Bowling Club – Charity Bowling Match

Eddlewood Bowling Club have been long standing supporters of Kilbryde Hospice, and this year is no different. This summer the club raised a fantastic £3842 from their annual charity bowling match. President John Stubbs, Immediate Past President Harry Coyle and Secretary Charlie Miller were delighted to be invited up to …

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Gay Ball Success

West of Scotland celebrities Robert and May Miller have raised an amazing £26,000 for Kilbryde Hospice through their annual Gay Ball, held in the Hilton, Glasgow. May Miller said “The Gay Ball was started by myself, Robert and Cheri Treiffel 3 years ago, and all monies raised went …

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