News archive 2010
All our news stories from 2010
Imagine standing at the edge of an open doorway in an aircraft flying at 10,000 feet - the noise of the engines and the wind ringing in your ears with only the outline of distant fields below. Read*more*-->
Twelve hundred ladies tramped 13.1 miles through the streets of Worthing on Saturday 19th June, raising a staggering £167,000 for St Barnabas at the hospice's third 'Night to Remember' midnight walk. This amazing total was pledged on the night and we will know the final total once all the sponsorship monies are in. Read*more*-->
Bunce's Home Hardware stores in Worthing, Steyning, Storrington and Littlehampton enjoyed a massive success with their 10% promotional weekend for the St Barnabas House Building a Dream appeal. Read*more*-->
Keep up to date with the latest news from our Dream Team, who are walking the Great Wall of China. Read*more*-->
Littlehampton resident Colin Hunwick, accompanied by his son and three friends, has completed the Three Peaks Challenge to raise over £2,000 for St Barnabas House, in memory of his wife. Read*more*-->
A cycle ride from Somerset to the Algarve has raised over £2,000 for St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
Following the triumphant return of the Dream Team from the Great Wall of China last week, we are delighted to announce that the Building a Dream Appeal for the brand new St Barnabas House is now down to the final £1/2 million. Read*more*-->
Would you like to help the environment, save time, money and space, and make a real difference to your local hospice this Christmas? Well you can do exactly that by taking part in the St Barnabas House 'Share a Card at Christmas' scheme.
Shoppers in Worthing can enjoy a regal Christmas this December, and help support their local hospices at the same time, when they visit The Royal Arcade's Christmas Fayre.
A charity evening organised by Zeera Indian Dining in Worthing has raised nearly £500 for St Barnabas House.
A team of nine men from Worthing-based phone and broadband company, Comms Factory has completed the gruelling challenge of climbing the three tallest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales in just 24 hours, and raised £1,251 for St Barnabas House.
The snow and wintery weather only added to the festive atmosphere at The Swallows Return last Wednesday (1 December) when the Christmas lights were officially switched on at a special charity night in aid of St Barnabas House.
Christmas came early to St Barnabas House today (7 December) when staff from Morrisons supermarket in Worthing dropped in with some very special presents.
The Festival of Light, organised and held in October by Goring United Reformed Church, has raised nearly £3,000, which is being split between St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House hospices.
They've done it again! Eighteen people in nine cars covered five countries in five days raising a staggering £23,500 for St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
A Lancing family have raised an incredible £4,500 for St Barnabas House by holding a garden party at their home. Read*more*-->
Dig out your valuables and come along to a special Valuation Day at Windlesham House School on Sunday 22 August, in aid of St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
Congratulations to everyone who took part in this year's Worthing Birdman and helped raise money for Chestnut Tree House and St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
Our annual Light up a Life remembrance service was held at 7pm on Monday 13 December 2010 at the Assembly Hall, Worthing. For the first time this year we are including the list of dedications on our website. Read*more*-->