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The challenge is on for Sue Ryder – Outsource’s CEO versus COO to raise £10k

It’s not quite Mo Farah versus Paul Tanui but Outsource UK is taking running very seriously this year. It’s more South versus North, speed versus endurance with two grown men versus a quest to raise the most money and clock the fastest times.

Royal Parks Half race day: a runner’s perspective

Just five short months ago, our Events Fundraiser Henry was a bona fide running novice. Here, he recounts what it’s really like to conquer the Royal Parks Half Marathon – from the build-up and the buzz through to catching sight of that beautiful, beautiful finish line

How to train for a half marathon in just nine weeks

From tapering to carb-loading, our Events Fundraiser Henry recalls how he ramped up his running technique to train for the Royal Parks Half Marathon – having joined Team Incredible only two months before the race!

Manorlands Hospice opens new day service in Hellifield, North Yorkshire

Following the success of the day therapy drop-in service in Airedale, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice is now seeking to provide the same high-quality service to patients in the Craven area of North Yorkshire.

Thanks for making Starlight Hike 2016 a night to remember

Leckhampton Court Hospice Director Elise Hoadley shares her highlights of this year’s Starlight Hike and expresses her gratitude to everyone who made the event such a success.

Sue Ryder recruits Rotherwood as sponsor of Manorlands Hospice’s Mascot Gold Cup

Keighley-based business Rotherwood 1976 Ltd is the new main sponsor of the world’s largest mascot race, the Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice Mascot Gold Cup.

#TeamIncredible ace Great Eastern Run

There was a very special supporter waiting at the final stretch of this year’s Great Eastern Run in Peterborough: Thorpe Hall patient Sue Preston.

Making a difference to local people at Leckhampton Court

With Saturday 22nd October 2016 being Make a Difference Day we wanted to use this week’s post as an opportunity to celebrate the incredible contribution our volunteers make, and encourage more people to volunteer with us, writes Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Volunteer Services Coordinator, Amabel Mortimer.

How charity shops can prevent re-offending

Our Prison and Community Justice Programme (PCJP) has been going since 2006. It exists to help rehabilitate offenders by giving them new skills through volunteer placements in our shops and care centres. Read more about the programme in this blog

Children meet Mr Toad at Nettlebed Hospice Woodland Walk

On Saturday 24th September, our Sue Ryder Nettlebed Hospice welcomed locals to explore their grounds and the surrounding Oxfordshire woodland during their first Woodland Walk event.