Daily News Roundup – 18 March 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Karan Pangali will entertain crowds of more than 1000 people at St Luke’s Midnight Walk

Harrow Times

A Bollywood dance from Harrow at St Luke’s Hospice biggest annual fundraising event.

Information is Beautiful on how we die

The Guardian

What were the greatest causes of death in the 20th century, our “worst century”? War? Disease? Natural disasters? You might be surprised.

Irish star singing in Twickenham for Princess Alice Hospice

Croydon Guardian

Irish singer-songwriter Grainne Duffy will sing in Twickenham, and five per cent of profits from the night will be donated to the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher.

A bear-illiant for Overgate Hospice

Halifax Courier

Hundreds of people stomped around Ogden Waters to take part in a teddy toddle that raised around £2,000 for Overgate Hospice.

Hearn backs hospice’s bid to boost business skills

Brentwood Weekly News

St Francis Hospice is running its second Matchroom Sport Apprentice Team Challenge for Hospice Care after its first event, which ran from September to last month, proved successful.

Nurse jumps from plane for Princess Alice Hospice

Epsom Guardian

A Princess Alice Hospice nurse will jump out of a plane in a tandem skydive next month.

Plymouth fund-raisers head for the Roof of Africa

This Is Plymouth

The 18-strong St Luke’s Team Kilimanjaro set off this week on their journey to the Roof of Africa in Tanzania.

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