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Our Events & Campaigns

 

Our Supporter Events

Here you will find a list of our upcoming supporter events.

If you would like to organise an event in aid of Beaumond House, please click here

Party Time

Hospice Heroes Charity Party
Thursday 29th July 10.00am - 12.00pm
BeanBlock Cafe, Newark

Sunshine Bear from Beaumond House Hospice will be joining Beanblock Cafe for a morning of party games and 100 challenges - can you do 100 star jumps?

 

Help Beanblock Cafe  raise valuable funds for our local hospice in this fun filled event. 50% of the ticket price goes to the charity, and includes a childs meal, drink and sweet treat as well as loads of fun! 

£10 a ticket.

1 Ticket = entry for 1 child 

Adults attend free. 

Tickets to be purchased 1 per child.

Tickets available here

Garage Sale Items

Newark Antiques Big Summer 'Bring & Buy'
Saturday 7th August 10.00am - 5.00pm

Newark Antiques & Interiors are hosting an event in aid of the Children's Bereavement Centre and Beaumond House Hospice Care.

 

FREE entry, FREE parking, FREE valuations (so bring your knick knacks) and plenty of fun and games including a charity raffle!  

 

It'll be a fun filled day for all ages so bring the whole family tea & coffee by BeyondCoffee another fantastic local businesses.

Facebook event here

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Summer Fayre
Sunday 15th August 11.00am - 4.00pm
Perlethorpe Village Hall

Organised by the Beaumond House Garden Volunteers.

 

​Stalls include - homemade preserves - jams, chutneys etc plant & seed sales                               
hand-made crafts & knitted items home made cakes
doggie treats antiques & bric-a- brac clothing & books


Refreshments served all day including: homemade cakes, cream teas, hot & cold drinks.

100% of proceeds to Beaumond House

Soccer Match

Charity Football Match
Sunday 29th August 2.00pm - midnight

Don't miss what promises to be a great day for all the family.

Beaumond House v Real Men Talk 

Kickoff 14:00 @ YMCA Activity Village 

 

On going events :- 

Cake stall 

Face paints 

Guess the amount 

Raffle 

Sports memorabilia auction 

Fun games (prizes to be won)

Food

Dj

Live singer 

Ex pro footballers ( to be announced ) 

 

After party at the railway club Newark 

17:00-00:00

Facebook event here

Red Cricket Ball

Newark R&M's's 6 v 6 Fancy Dress Cricket Tournament Festival
Sunday 29th August 12.00pm - Newark Cricket Club

Stalls, live music and disco.

Entertainment from The Mighty Kahunas and Bounceabout.

Organise your own Event

 

Holding an event can be a fantastic way of raising vital funds for Beaumond House whilst having a great time and giving people something back for their money. If you would like more information about how to organise an event or to register your event please do get in touch!      

If you are organising an event in aid of Beaumond House, please complete this quick form below and our Fundraising Team will be in touch. Alternatively, please call 01636 610556

Below you will find a variety of Beaumond House downloads and resources for your fundraising event for you to edit or print and personalise. Download the poster and edit in word or print and write on your details such as date, venue etc.

BEAUMOND HOUSE CODE OF FUNDRASING CONDUCT

 

We are grateful to all individuals, companies and groups how so ever formed, who decide they want to support the charitable objectives of Beaumond House Community Hospice.

 

In order to ensure that everyone acts in the best interest of the charity, complies with the new Code of Fundraising Practice and in order to keep all fundraisers safe, we ask that those who undertake this kind act read the a brief section below:

 

Beaumond House requests that all fundraising:

•          Protects and enhances the reputation of Beaumond House and harmonises with and reflects the mission and values of Beaumond House.

•          That all fundraising materials and methods should represent honest statements of purpose.

•          That all fundraising expenses should be clearly recorded and kept to a minimum consistent with effective management.

•          That no pressure or other forms of coercion should be used to elicit funds from any source at any time – this includes the shaking of            collecting tins

           and buckets or pressuring anyone to donate.

•         That all fundraising activities should be undertaken