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Redbrik Chesterfield Half Marathon

Run 13.1 miles taking in the sights of Chesterfield starting from Queen’s Park! Plus 5 Mile Fun, 1km Fun Run and Wellbeing Challenge for organisations and groups.

Entry price - £28

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Unit 1 Chesterfield Halloween Fun Run and Walk

Come and join us and dress up as your favourite scary characters or stories, run as a family, parent and child, a group of friends or just yourself if you’d like all to raise vital funds for Ashgate Hospicecare.

Entry price - £7.50

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Christmas Market

Start off your Christmas by bringing the family to our festive Christmas Market. With a wide range of Christmas themed stalls that will surely prepare you for the day, plus food and drink stands! You can also visit Santa and his Reindeers in the Hospice Grotto.

Entry price - £2, under 16's free

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Care for a Cuppa

Why not host a Care for a Cuppa event to raise money for your local Hospice? Get your friends, family, work colleagues or members of your local community together to socialise and you’ll be helping patients and families in North Derbyshire access the care and support they need from Ashgate Hospicecare.

Free

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Virgin Money London Marathon

Have you always dreamed of running a marathon for a good cause? Are you ready to challenge yourself? If so, apply today through filling out the online form to take on the challenge of a lifetime!

Deposit - £50

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Markovitz Sparkle Night Walk

Our 10km Markovitz Sparkle Night Walk returns on the 6th July 2019 at the Proact Stadium! Register now to be a part of Chesterfield’s biggest fundraising event of the year which can only be described as the most memorable and commemorative night out Chesterfield has to offer!

Early Bird price - £10

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Rob's story

I don't know how to put into words how much the hospice helped my entire family.

Carol Suter from Killamarsh was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in October 2011. In November she had part of her stomach lining removed and had a hysterectomy. By December she had recovered from surgery and had her first chemotherapy session, but a week later a major stroke left her paralysed and unable to speak. Carol was admitted to hospital and was given a life expectancy of just six months. It was at this point that a palliative care nurse at the hospital suggested a transfer to Ashgate Hospicecare. Carol's son Rob explains how the hospice made the harrowing experience of losing his mum bearable.

Ashgate Patient