Paul Holmes, director of Wednesdayite has recently taken on the epic challenge of a helicopter skydive, and with the help of fellow Football supporters has raised, so far, more than £3,000 through sponsorship and donations from the use of the Wednesdayite car park. Thanks Paul
News & events
On Bank Holiday Sunday 27th August Crucible Sales and Lettings will be hosting the third World Famous Crucible Family Fun Day at Thorncliffe Cricket Club.
Christine Gregory is a landscape painter, writer, photographer and naturalist. On the 18th October, she will be coming to the Broomhall Centre to give a talk on her ideas around sustainable land use and biodiversity, as well as brown hares in their landscape, the river Bradford and its wildlife and now water voles and their place in the waterways of Derbyshire.
It’s back … following its debut in 2016, the much talked-about Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K returns on Sunday 24th September. Thousands took part in 2016, and it’s set to be even bigger and better in 2017, so save your place now. Contact Jonny@cavcare.org.uk
Do you love a good spa day, but can’t find the time to actually go?
Then do we have the challenge for you!
Tropic Skincare have launched a pampering challenge for you and your friends to do at home. So grab some bubbly and get the girls round for some serious pampering, all whilst raising money for Cavendish Cancer Care.
If this is something that sounds tempting to you, please get in touch with Nicola Manton for information on how you can book your pamper event: 0779 282 6229
Sheffield roofing specialist, Martin-Brooks, is teeing up its biggest fundraising event of the year – an 18-hole golf competition.
The firm will be holding its annual charity golf day on Friday September 8 at Renishaw Park Golf Club, on the outskirts of the city.
Sunday 24th September sees the return of the Steel City Derby which coincides with the popular Asda Foundation Sheffield 10K from Janes Tomlinson’s Run for All.
As a partner charity Cavendish Cancer Care has access to places in the run and we have decided to combine to two big events into one challenge. Whether Red or Blue we want you to show your colours on the day by supporting Team Cav.
This promises to be an exciting day with a Trick Shot show from Jeremy Dale, Shotgun start FROM 13:00pm
This year, Cavendish Cancer Care are proud to be working with the National Citizen Service here in Sheffield. The NCS is a not for profit social enterprise, backed by the UK Government to provide 15-17 year olds with the opportunities to take on different challenges and build their skills for work and personal life.
Working with local providers, such as Sheffield Wednesday, we are very excited to work with the NCS groups to see what they come up with and are looking forward to the upcoming weeks when they will be completing the ‘Make Your Mark’ phase of the program.
Have you ever dreamt of doing something amazing for charity? Have you wanted to push yourself and give something back to a cause close to your heart? Or do you just want to undertake a life changing physical challenge?
Why not take part in an Open Challenge for Cavendish Cancer Care?
Open Challenges are adventure challenges that are put on by Global Adventure Challenge, and are open to all to raise money for any charity. They have events running throughout the year both in the UK and abroad.