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Eighteen year old Georgia Hollingworth and her family have signed up to the Treetops Colour Rush on Sunday 16 July to fundraise for the hospice that supported her after her dad died.
Sixty-seven year old Treetops volunteer, Rose Sewell, overcame her fear of heights to zip-wire 190 metres across Trent Bridge cricket ground on Saturday 10 June.
Throughout June, Treetops Hospice Care is asking customers at four Sainsbury’s shops to help them become the store’s Charity of the Year.
Day Care guests who enjoy time at Treetops Hospice Care are going to benefit from new hearing equipment funded by grants from two local organisations.
Treetops Bridal Boutique in Wollaton is appealing for donations of wedding dresses of all styles and sizes for brides-to-be on a budget.
On Sunday 16 July, Markeaton Park will be transformed into a kaleidoscope of colour when the Treetops Colour Rush and Family Fun Day takes place.
‘Time for Tea 1940s Vintage Tearoom’ in Beeston has helped launch this year’s Tea for Treetops fundraising appeal, encouraging others to sign up too.
Music lovers are invited to enjoy a free performance by the Swindon Male Voice Choir and Derby’s award-winning harpist Laura-Rose Gee at a special fundraising concert for Treetops Hospice Care on Saturday 3 June.
Over 130 children and their families came together to remember loved ones who have died and create new family memories at a special event organised by Treetops Hospice Care.
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