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    Weʼve raised £1,085 to To spread christmas cheer to the children of the Bristol Royal childrens hospital over the festive period.

    Funded on Thursday, 21st December 2017

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    Over the festive period children should be at home with their families and loved ones, however across the UK there are hundreds of children that do not have the oppirtunity to be at home with their loved ones over this family orientated season. Across the UK there are children who are confined to hospital beds due to life threatening illness.

    We recently visited the Bristol Royal childrens hospital and it is evident that there are some very poorly children there. The staff are absolutely fantastic and provide these children with a sense of normality to life, although some staff profess not to be normal. Being Royal Marines we hold certain values close to our heart and one of those is cheerfulness in the face of adversity and it is this value we see whole heartedly in the children and staff.

    We want to bring some christmas cheer to these children, however we cannot achieve this without the help of you all so please help us brighten up the lives of these children if only for one day.

    We have a target of 500 pounds to enable us to buy gifts for the children of the Bristol Royal childrens hospital, we intend to raise this by conducting a 24hr competitive squash game starting 0900 12th Dec until 0900 13th Dec.

    Please please please support us every penny counts thank you all love the mighty G7 crew.

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    • Martin Stronach2 years ago
      Martin Stronach

      Martin Stronach

      2 years ago

      To all our amazing friends and family we are raising the target of 500 pounds to 800 pounds as we have met our original target with 24 days left of this crowdfunding page remaining active. The children of the Bristol Royal childrens hospital will recieve christmas cheer thanks to you all without you we could not achieve our aim.

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    • Martin Stronach2 years ago
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      2 years ago
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    Page last updated on: 12/19/2017 18.16

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    51

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 19, 2017

      Brilliant idea. The teams at the hospital are wonderful, not only looking after the kids, but in giving the parents support too. Thanks for organising this.

      £20.00

    • Daniel Ward

      Daniel Ward

      Dec 17, 2017

      Great cause and a strong effort!

      £10.00

    • Lee West

      Lee West

      Dec 16, 2017

      EFfort as always Marra x

      £10.00

    • Adam Wright

      Adam Wright

      Dec 15, 2017

      Awesome effort Marty! Well done.

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 13, 2017

      Forcing CSP to do a sport that involves cardio and a ball must have been hard work. Hope it goes well!

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 13, 2017

      Great effort and great cause lads!

      £20.00

    • Carlie Summers

      Carlie Summers

      Dec 13, 2017

      What a great cause. Good luck boys go uncle Jack from cassie and Grayson xx

      £10.00

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