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Original CHAS shop celebrates 20th anniversary

The original Kinross branch of the charity shop run by Children's Hospices Across Scotland was commended by various figures from Scottish politics, who joined staff and volunteers in celebrating its 20th anniversary on Tuesday 2 July.

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  1. Glasgow granny glides across the Clyde!

    At 79 years young Glasgow granny, Barbara Drummond, set her sights on conquering the Zipslide Across the Clyde to raise funds for CHAS.

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  2. CBeebies and Raven star launches the Teddy Bears Picnic

    Star of CBeebies Molly and Mack, James Mackenzie, has paid a visit to Robin House in Balloch to launch Teddy Bears Picnic, which takes place throughout the summer - encouraging nurseries, families, businesses and community groups to get involved in the nationwide fundraiser for CHAS.

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  3. Reflections on the International Symposium: "Volunteers at the heart of hospice and palliative care"

    Jill Cook our Volunteering Development Manager was delighted to be asked to represent CHAS at this international conference in Berlin on 25th May 2019 organised by the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC). Jill has very kindly shared her experiences.

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  4. Shadow Health Minister hears from CHAS families on Children’s Hospice Week

    Children and families at Robin House Hospice in Balloch met Monica Lennon MSP, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, at the start of Children's Hospice Week (which takes place from 17-23 June) today. The theme for this year's Children's Hospice Week is Moments that Matter.

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