30 in 30 for St Michaels Hospice this June

St Michael’s Hospice is inviting supporters to challenge themselves in June by completing 30 activities in 30 days to help raise vital funds – and you’ll receive a special 30 in 30 medal for your efforts too. 

A hospice spokesman says: “You could read 30 books in a month, scoot around the park 30 times, bake 30 cakes for family and friends, or you could even take on a new activity every day for 30 days. The choice is yours.”

Open to all ages, this challenge sounds like a really fun way to reconnect with family and friends while supporting local hospice care.

Registration is now open, £15 per person, visit www.stmichaelshospice.com/events/30-in-30 to register. A sponsorship form will be sent to each participant upon registration. A medal will be sent to every participant on completion of their challenge.

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