THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT! OVER 2073.579K WAS
WALKED / RAN THROUGHOUT FEBRUARY FOR NIGHTINGALE HOUSE HOSPICE BY THE TEAM AT
ROSSETT HALL HOTEL
OVER £1,560 RAISED! - WELL DONE TEAM ROSSETT AND OUR WONDERFUL SUPPORTERS!
NIGHTINGALE HOUSE FUNDRAISER
A LOCAL AND TREASURED CHARITY
Rossett Hall Hotel team members are attempting to raise £1,500 for Nightingale Hospice
in a joint effort as they aim to walk and run 1,500 KM during February 2021.
Nearly 30 team members are recording their morning jogs, dog walks and family exercise in hope to
raise awareness and £1,500 with Nightingale Hospice needing to raise 80% of operating costs
every year (around £2.8M).
Our team target is to collectively walk/run 1500km in hope to raise much
needed funding for Nightingale House Hospice.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
With Nightingale House Hospice and their wonderful
work in mind, each team member has logged their daily,
local walk/runs for the month of February.
HELP OUR LOVELY TEAM HAVE RAISED
HELP TO SUPPORT
THE TEAM AT ROSSETT HALL HOTEL TO
WALK / RUN
About Nightingale House Hospice
Nightingale House offers a wide range of facilities to local people and their families living with life-limiting illness. Patients come from Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire and outlying areas. In 2020 it will cost £3,435,943 million to run the Hospice - this equates to nearly £9,388 per day.
Charity Registration No. 1035600
ROSSETT HALL'S TEAM DIARY
MAPS | UPDATE | PROGRESS
THE EGG DROP
Our Reception Manager 'Helen'
rescued 4 beautiful little hens,
that produce the most delicious eggs!
Helen regularly donates these eggs to
a local family as well as the hens being considered a valuable part of Helen's family!
Helen has chosen to walk this week and safely drop the eggs off, adding another 2.26miles
to our fundraiser target!
Honorata has had an interesting and
meaningful walk this morning whilst contributing another 10.81KM to our Nightingale Fundraiser... A little pigeon was scared,
injured and in need of a little TLC.
Honorata called the RSPCA and we are
pleased to confirm, after a dose of antibiotics
he should be ok and ready to return to the historical streets of Wrexham!