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Rainbows Contemplation Garden at Chelsea Flower Show

Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People in Loughborough is opening a contemplation garden during Children’s Hospice Week, 18-25 May at the world famous Chelsea Flower Show.

The ‘Rainbows Children’s Hospice Garden’ will be a place of relaxation and reflection and will be recreated at the East Midlands’ hospice after the show. It will provide a tranquil place to help parents and staff deal with the extremely emotional day-to-day challenges of working and living with life-limited children.

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Rainbows Lottery Winners 18/05/12

1st PRIZE OF £1000.00

057157                    LEICESTER

2nd PRIZE OF £100.00

056266                    Leicester

3rd PRIZE OF £100.00

066425                    NOTTINGHAM

30 PRIZES OF £5.00

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Rainbows Lottery Winners 11/05/12

1st PRIZE OF £1000.00

014886                    Leicester

2nd PRIZE OF £100.00

025224                    Leicester

3rd PRIZE OF £100.00

040528                    Loughborough

30 PRIZES OF £5.00

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Rainbows Lottery Winners- 04/05/12

1st PRIZE OF £1000.00
053771LEICESTER

2nd PRIZE OF £100.00
039514LUTTERWORTH

3rd PRIZE OF £100.00
056632Derby

30 PRIZES OF £5.00

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Fundraising in action - Easter Egg Meltdown

A big thanks to Annabelle, Grace and Henry Humphreys who won a giant chocolate Easter egg in a raffle and decided to melt it down and make chocolate crispy cakes to sell which raised £76.00 - very entrepreneurial!

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Rainbows Lottery Winners 27/04/12

1st PRIZE OF £1000.00

039623                    Loughborough

2nd PRIZE OF £100.00

010860                    MATLOCK

3rd PRIZE OF £100.00

081767                    LOUGHBOROUGH

30 PRIZES OF £5.00

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Rainbows encourages East Midland residents to make a will for charity

RELEASED: APRIL 25 2012

Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People has teamed up with  solicitors across Nottinghamshire, Burton, and Leicestershire to encourage people to write or update their will this May.

The Law Society says one in three people in the UK die without having made a will, which is more than 10,000 people in the East Midlands each year.

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