This Saturday, Kendal : Children’s hospice superheroes assemble

Eden Valley Hospice

If you are going to ASDA in Kendal this Saturday your eyes are not deceiving you. A team of superheroes from Cumbria’s only children’s hospice will be assembling in the store.

As part of Children’s Hospice Week, on Saturday 27 April, a selection of Eden House Children’s Hospice superheroes will be in the store promoting the care and support provided by the children’s hospice.

Between 10am and 2pm, Eden House staff will be providing information about the children’s hospice, hosting a range of games for children and encouraging the local community to nominate their own personal superhero and attach it to a map of Cumbria.

During Children’s Hospice Week, Friday 26 April to Friday 3 May, Eden House Children’s Hospice are encouraging people to become a fundraising superhero and support the amazing care they provide to children and young adults with life limiting illnesses.

To find out how you can…

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Posted on April 24, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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