EVENTS

A fabulous evening of music and art raised over £1800. Thanks to Alexander, James and The Beacon. Details and pictures here.

NEWS

Deb and Pam have just returned from BCH. Read the news and watch how a special chair transformed a little boy's life here.

FUNDRAISERS

The winning number in July's draw of the 100 Club is 21 and the prize is £40. Name of the lucky winner and photo here.

Current News

February 100 Club winner

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February 2017 compressedThe drawer was Madeleine Perrett, ski chalet host in Les Arcs, France who will be going on to study medicine and hopes to become a surgeon

The winning number is 22

The winner is Stuart Jaggard. Congratulations!

Learn more about the 100 Club here.

Deborah Hunt - new trustee

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Deb HuntWe are delighted to welcome Deborah Hunt as a trustee.  Deborah will help to develop the new physiotherapy programme at BCH.

Deborah qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1972. Her working life was spent mainly in the NHS acute hospital sector in various locations in England but with several years overseas. Deborah’s clinical specialties were the treatment of musculo-skeletal disorders, trauma and the management of chronic pain. For the last sixteen years of her career, she worked at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital, now Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, becoming Physiotherapy Services Manager for its four hospital sites.

January 100 Club Winner

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8 Jan 2017 draw 2 compressedThe draw took place at the Belarusian Embassy in London by His Excellencey Mr Sergei Aleinik, the Belarusian Ambassador to the UK

The winning number is 32

The winner is Vicki Hughes. Congratulations!

Learn more about the 100 Club here.

December 100 Club winner

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Dec 16 Ludmila compressedThe draw took place at the Belarusian Embassy in London by Ludmila Aleinik, wife of the Belarusian Ambassador to the UK

The winning number is 34

The winner is Kirsty-Jane Devereux. Congratulations!

Learn more about the 100 Club here.

News from the Embassies

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Fionna Gibb at Zabrodie 2016HE Fionna Gibb, UK Ambassador to Belarus visited BCH summer holiday camp when it was in full swing and met hospice children, staff and volunteers. In the autumn, Fionna hosted a British Art Party organised by her team at the embassy to raise funds for BCH. The party was for children of all ages and physical abilities and as well as being able to make things to take home there were entertainers, food and drinks.

Message to supporters from the Director of the Belarusian Children's Hospice

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Dear Friends

Anna 3x4 edited compressedFor us at the Belarusian Children’s Hospice (BCH), 2016 has been a landmark year: our new state of the art children's hospice building in Minsk called Forest Glade was completed, opened and became operational. We all did a great job. However, behind this short phrase is hidden the work of dozens of people both in Belarus and in distant Britain, nearly two thousand kilometres away. Our joint work and the results achieved have once again confirmed that complexity and distance are not obstacles for people who have set a goal and are determined to implement it. Many thanks for your work, for your assistance and a deep understanding of our situation!