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Girls Night Out 2018

Girls Night Out 2018


Girls Night Out is our biggest fundraiser of the year. In 2017, more than 2,400 women signed up!

St Nicholas Hospice Care has to raise £11,000 a day to continue to offer emotional and physical support to more than 400 families dealing with long-term and life-threatening illnesses in West Suffolk and Thetford.

Our services are entirely free to all, but your support is vital for us to be able to carry on providing this care to the people and families in the local area.

For our 10th walk we will remember all those that we have walked for over the years. Please bring your torch for a special Memory Minute before the walk starts. Keep an eye out for our new memory boards
which will be on Angel Hill and at St Nicholas Hospice Care.

At the finish we will be serving celebratory cupcakes and a choice of hot drinks. There will be independent catering vans if you wish to purchase something savoury.

Using Echoleft
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Event Details

Calendar 989898
Saturday, 8th September 2018 6.30pm - 11.30pm
Location pin 989898
Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1UZ

Raising money for

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St Nicholas Hospice Care

About St Nicholas Hospice Care

St Nicholas Hospice Care is a local charity providing help, advice and support to people in West Suffolk and Thetford in the final chapters of their life, who are living with long-term and life-threatening illnesses. Our services are not just for patients, but for their family and friends too. They include everything from specialist medical care to bereavement support and practical help. We also: •Offer emotional support to patients, children, families and carers •Help people to make the most of every day •Advise on pain relief and other symptoms •Liaise with other services which may be able to help •Offer a variety of education to local professionals and carers