Who makes Wheatfields Hospice's work possible? You!

The Morgan family cycled the Liverpool to Leeds canal for Sue Ryder.

The Morgan family cycled for Sue Ryder.

Thank you for being amazing fundraisers! From organising music festivals and cycling the Liverpool-Leeds canal to bucket-collecting in all weathers or holding a ball for charity, our supporters rule.

At our Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds, our Sue Ryder supporters continue to impress and surprise us with their creativity and passion to raise money towards hospice care.

It's thanks to people like you that we can continue to provide the care that inspires people to say: "When you go visiting, you can just focus on having a good time with your loved one because they take care of everything else."

Cycling 127 miles to support hospice care

Paul, Kate, James and Ash, pictured above, cycled the 127-mile Liverpool-Leeds canal, raising an outstanding £1,110 for Wheatfields.

This challenge was in memory of relative Robert Morgan. "Wheatfields provided incredible care and support for Rob and the whole family in the months before he died", they said.

Farnsley WMC Music Festival

Crowds at Farnsley WMC music festival 

Emma Harper and everyone involved in this year’s Farnsley WMC music festival have helped raise around £1,000 in memory of Uncle Bob. Well done!

They are already getting ready for their next fundraising event - keep updated by visiting our Facebook page!

Super heroes

Super hero revellers at the Old Ball 

What a fantastic day out! The Old Ball Horsforth organised a fun ‘Super Hero’ day on Monday 28th August's bank holiday, which helped raise a whopping £761 through a variety of activities from games and face-painting to raffles, a tuck shop and bouncy castle.

Pamper and prosecco bliss

Arc Headlingley's staff celebrating the pamper and prosecco night 

A huge thanks to the Arc Headingley and their incredible staff for putting on the fabulous pamper and prosecco evening, Bliss for doing the pampering, and all the ladies who attended and made it such an amazing evening.

Curry night at Deeva Restaurant

Owner of Deeva Restaurant, Zulfi Hussain, presents Wheatfields Hospice with a big cheque 

It was a real pleasure to welcome Zulfi Hussain from Deeva Restaurant in Farsley to Wheatfields Hospice and to be able to show the difference that their brilliant corporate support makes to us.

The restaurant recently held a charity night raising a fantastic £651!

Otley street collection

Wheatfields supporters doing a bucket collection 

Fantastic volunteer Simon Perfitt and his friends held a street collection in Otley last Saturday, raising the wonderful sum of £329.99 for Wheatfields Hospice. We'd like to extend our gratitude to them for organising, and to the kind folk of Otley for donating so generously.

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