Charity work at Chesford Grange
Chesford Grange located in Warwickshire work very closely with
Myton Hospice. Out of three very worthy charities that
Chesford Grange wanted to support a ballot box system was used and
Myton Hospice won the majority vote!
Chesford Grange continues to support Myton Hospices in 2014 and
has raised £318.41 so far with donations from leisure members. Look
out for details on our forthcoming charity activities!
About Myton Hospice
The team at Myton Hospice provide high quality, specialist care
to people whose condition no longer responds to curative treatment,
from diagnosis to death.
Myton Hospice aim to meet their physical, psychological,
spiritual and social needs and ensure their families are supported
through and after this difficult time. The charity is also
highly committed to training, supporting and encouraging other
providers to practise good palliative care.
How have we raised money?
In April 2013 Chesford Grange organised a rowathon where fitness
fanatics at the hotel's health club clocked up 46 miles and raised
If you wish the article reported in the Kenilworth weekly
Chesford Grange have been busy organising the 'Walk for
Myton' in which hotel staff will raise sponsorship for a 12 mile
walk on 19th May.
The activity doesn't stop there, on the 22nd May
staff at Chesford Grange will embark on a Cyclethon where a static
bike will be places in reception and staff will take it in turns to
complete the cycling!
Most brave of all, on 6th July two very special
members of staff will be raising money for a sponsored sky
In December the team took part in a Dress as Santa for the Day
to raise a fantastic £900.
To date Chesford Grange have done a fantastic job supporting
Myton Hospice and have raised a total of over £2,000. Good
In 2014 we raised £2k for Myton Hospice and will contiue
our support throughout 2015.
We Love Bears
Chesford Grange has also adopted Ginny the Moon Bear.
Ginny lives at Animals Asia's bear sanctuary in SW China.
She was rescued from a cruel bear farm where she was painfully
'milked' for her bile, commonly used in Asian medicine.
Today she has recovered and explores her bamboo forest, swims in
her pool and plays on climbing frames - it's a Bear's life!