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Hospiscare Heroes – From ploughing matches to coffee mornings

Our Hospiscare Heroes have been as busy as ever, finding innovative ways to fund raise for our charity at this difficult time

Our Hospiscare Heroes are truly super; week after week, they support our charity with their fundraising endeavours across Exeter, Mid and East Devon. From all of us at Hospiscare, we are sending a huge thank you to all of our Hospiscare Heroes. Read on to find out how they have been flexing their super powers this week.

Four men in front of a green John Deere tractor

We are sending a huge thank you to everyone who organised, took part in and attended the Hospiscare Charity Ploughing Match on 26 September. It was a beautiful sunny day and approximately 200 people attended to watch 30 tractors plough a 22 acre field. The event raised an amazing £570.10! We would like to say a special thank you to Richard Start and Gerald Knight for organising the event and thanks to Adam McKay Engineering for supporting the day.

A group of people sat outside at a wooden table

Thank you also to Stuart, Sue and all of the staff at F J Luxton & Son in Ottery St Mary for organising a coffee morning. A great time was had by all. Thank you also to the Magpies and the local businesses who donated raffle prizes.

Two men holding a big cheque outside Jewson

Thank you to Jewson in Honiton for organising a human table football fundraiser which raised a fantastic £800!

Three people holding a big cheque in a shop

Thank you to The Original Factory Shop in Honiton for organising an in-store staff cycleathon. Together, the team cycled 31 miles and raised an impressive £91.44 for Hospiscare. Thank you to everyone in the community who supported the event.

Finally, thank you to Hazel Williams for busking in Axminster and raising an impressive £380 for our local charity.

We love hearing your stories about how your are fundraising for Hospiscare so please get in touch with us on Facebook or Twitter to share your photos and fundraising tales.