WIL­LOW WOOD

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● COULD you go head-to-head in the 2018 Wil­low Wood Cor­po­rate Chal­lenge?

Could you make a real dif­fer­ence to your com­mu­nity by tak­ing an ini­tial starter sum and mak­ing it grow?

You would be rais­ing funds for your lo­cal hos­pice, build­ing team spirit in your work­force, net­work­ing with other lo­cal busi­nesses and hav­ing fun at the same time.

We’re look­ing for teams and in­di­vid­u­als to join us and show just how en­ter­pris­ing they can be.

Each team will be given a nest egg of £50 to use in in­ge­nious ways to raise funds for the hos­pice.

As Elaine Mc­Connell, the event or­gan­iser, ex­plains: “The only limit is your imag­i­na­tion – pro­vided, of course, your ideas are le­gal and eth­i­cal!

“I know there are some great busi­ness brains out in Tame­side and Glossop, and we’d love them to take up the chal­lenge of rais­ing funds in what­ever way they can.

“They’ll have three months, start­ing on July 1 un­til the awards cer­e­mony in Oc­to­ber, to show us just how re­source­ful they can be.” If you’d like to find out more, join Elaine for break­fast at 8am on Fri­day, April 27, at Wil­low Wood. Just ring her on 0161 330 7788 to book your place. Es­tab­lished 1973 COM­POS­ITE

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WIL­LOW Wood is de­lighted and proud to an­nounce that Mark Llewellin has agreed to be­come a pa­tron of the hos­pice.

Bris­tol born Mark moved to Tame­side 25 years ago, as the direc­tor of mar­ket­ing at the Old­ham Coli­seum The­atre.

He be­gan fundrais­ing for Wil­low Wood from its very early days, and was even in­volved be­fore the first brick to build the hos­pice was even laid.

Chair­man Pat McCloskey said: “Mark has been a great friend and sup­porter to us over the years, and we’re ex­tremely pleased that he has ac­cepted this role.”

As joint man­ag­ing direc­tor of Daisy Nook Gar­den Cen­tre, Mark con­tin­ues to fundraise and is host­ing one of Daisy Nook’s fa­mous af­ter­noon teas for us on April 26, where he will ● give one of his en­ter­tain­ing talks.

Mark com­mented: “I am thrilled to have been asked to be­come a pa­tron of Wil­low Wood Hos­pice. I have sup­ported it since be­fore it was built and I have seen at first hand just how vi­tal it is for our com­mu­nity. I am very hon­oured.”

Karen Houl­ston, chief ex­ec­u­tive of the hos­pice, added: “Mark has done some ster­ling work for Wil­low Wood over the years, in­clud­ing or­gan­is­ing two va­ri­ety per­for­mances at the Tame­side Hip­po­drome. We’re look­ing for­ward to con­tin­u­ing such a wonderful re­la­tion­ship.”

Chair­man Pat McCloskey and chief ex­ec­u­tive Karen Houl­ston wel­come Mark Llewellin (cen­tre) as a new pa­tron

Elaine Mc­Connell, or­gan­iser of the chal­lenge

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