The highly popular Boxing Day Run at Hindhead Common will take a break this year but promises to return in 2021.
Patients at Holy Cross Hospital will benefit from the purchase of a new ambulance, thanks to the fundraising achievements of the Friends of Holy Cross.
Running enthusiasts and their supporters raised thousands of pounds for charity by braving the wet weather to take part in the annual Boxing Day Run across Hindhead Common in aid of Holy Cross Hospital.
Registrations are open for the most festive, run of the year.
Nurses, health care assistants, physiotherapists, administrative staff, management and supporters at Holy Cross Hospital celebrated a year of learning and development at the hospital’s annual prize giving and birthday on 26 September.
Despite a gloomy start to the morning, 18 ladies managed to stick to the game plan and play some fun tennis at the beginning of October while others joined the players afterwards for lunch and a natter.
The Mayoress of Haslemere, Councillor Jacquie Keen, conquered her fear of heights when she climbed across the dome of the 02 at the end of September with Holy Cross Hospital's chief executive Dr Ross White.
The Mayoress of Haslemere, Councillor Jacquie Keen is facing her fears when she joins the chief executive of Holy Cross Hospital, Dr Ross White, in a joint fundraising event.
The Friends of Holy Cross Hospital will be walking to raise money on Sunday 7th July.
The Grand Brighton Half Marathon (Sunday 24 February) provided Holy Cross Hospital with its latest fundraising opportunity.