Marks & Spencer Castlepoint

M and SWe are delighted to announce that staff at Marks and Spencer store in Castlepoint have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their local Charity partner for the year.

Keep an eye out in store for future events and promotions.



We would like to thank our great friends at Curtiss-Wright (Bournemouth Airport) for their continued and very generous support of the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital.

Neal Williams (Trust Secretary of Macmillan Caring Locally) was thrilled to be invited to their Bournemouth Airport offices to thank the fundraising team for their very generous donation of £3,337.60, raised at raffles and fundraising events in the last few months.

Over the last few years Curtiss-Wright colleagues have raised over £10,000.00 for Macmillan Caring Locally. We are deeply grateful for their continued support.

You can find out more about Curtiss-Wright here

M&S Food Christchurch

M and S Marks and Spencer Food in High Street Christchurch have always supported the Macmillan Unit by kindly donating flowers and gifts for our Patients. These thoughtful gestures have really cheered our patients.

We were thrilled to discover that their Staff have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their local Charity partner for this year.


Boscombe and Southbourne Rotary Club

We are privileged to have had the support of Boscombe and Southbourne Rotary Club over many years. One of the main events they organise in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally is their annual Tree of Lights carol service which is held at our hotel The Grove in Bournemouth. Details of this wonderful event can be found on our events page.

We would like to thank all the members of Boscombe and Southbourne Rotary Club for their generous support and dedication to our charity over the years. If you would like to know more about Rotary you can find out here

Thank you to all our supporters!

We are so grateful to all our supporters and donors for choosing to support Macmillan Caring Locally and for their generosity. We are thrilled to have the support of the following organisations, and would like to offer our sincere thanks to them and all who are mentioned on this page and in our news section. Without you our team of professionals and volunteers would not be able to provide the outstanding care and support for our patients and their families.

RLA Harold G Walker Space and Solutions Emma Castle Second smile project

Captain's Club

Captain's Club

"A bunch of us crazy crew are jumping out of a plane to support Macmillan Caring Locally, a charity very dear to our heart. Please help us! The Captain's Club Hotel is a community hub in Christchurch and we love to go the extra mile to support those in need. As a Hotel, we are supporting the 'Second Smile' project to open a wonderful coffee shop at the Macmillan unit where patients and their friends and family can relax and spend precious time together. Every one of us knows someone who has been impacted by cancer so please support us as we aim to make our local unit a happier place".

We are so grateful to our friends at the Captain's Club who have been such generous supporters of our charity. You can find out more about their daring challenge here



The Lashings World XI have hosted two cricket days in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally, which have been enjoyed by many local cricket fans and newcomers to the sport. It has been a particular honour to bring so many cricketing legends to Bournemouth, playing against our invitational teams.

We are delighted to announce that Lashings have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their charity partner and we look forward to working with them at future events. You can find out more about the many things Lashings do here



HotelSmart, the UK hotel booking and venue finding agents have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their charity of the year. Lin Sharp, Macmillan Caring Locally's Capital Appeal Director said "We are thrilled to hear this news, and I am particularly delighted that Kim Taylor one of their Directors, may be joining me on our charity wing walk on 29th July." To find out more about HotelSmart go to their website

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Steppin' Out Academy of Performance

Steppin’ Out Academy of Performance have done it again! Two amazing shows in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally, 'Junior Showstoppers 2018' and 'A Ticket to Dream'. Our grateful thanks as always to Angela Taylor, Scrypt, Tommy Bond, all the wonderful performers, the crew behind the scenes, and everyone who purchased tickets.

Founded by Principal Angela Taylor, the academy has been encouraging and developing performing arts in the community since 1991. The Steppin’ Out Academy puts on twice yearly shows, featuring performers of all ages, which encompass a variety of disciplines such as Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Acrobatic Arts. The shows, in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally, will not only provide funds from the sale of the tickets but will also help raise awareness about the charity and its work for cancer sufferers.

Steppin Out Angela Taylor, Steppin’ Out Academy Founder and Principal, said: “Macmillan Caring Locally is an amazing charity that does so much in our community for people affected by terminal diseases. We want to encourage our students to get acquainted with their work and learn that we all need to be supportive of the charities that need our help.”

Neal Williams, Trust Secretary of Macmillan Caring Locally, added: “We are very thankful that Angela and her team have chosen to support us by dedicating their shows to Macmillan Caring Locally. We wish them the best of luck with their shows and with their future ambitions. As they say in theatre, ‘break a leg’!”

Photos by kind permission of Neil Goridge.

Coleman Insurance Brokers

We are thrilled to announce that Coleman Insurance Brokers (soon to be changing their name to Stackhouse Poland) have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their charity of the year.

Coleman Insurance Brokers have been looking after our insurance and pension requirements for several years, providing us with outstanding customer service and advice.

Coleman Insurance Brokers have a variety of fundraising ideas planned for the year including their annual charity golf tournament, details of which we will publish as soon as the event is announced.

We very much look forward to working with the team at Coleman this year.

Lions Club

The Lions Club of Christchurch

Chocolate Eggs raise funds for Macmillan Caring Locally: In the run up to Easter 2016, Christchurch Lions raffled 12 large Easter Eggs to raise funds for the Macmillan Caring Locally unit at Christchurch Hospital and a presentation was held at the unit when Lions Club members handed over a cheque for £1,000. Club President, Bernard Gilbert, said:
"The Lions were very pleased to support the Unit because of all the wonderful work that they do and we offer our thanks to all the local pubs who promoted the sale of raffle tickets to their customers".

We are delighted to have the support of The Lions Club of Christchurch, and thrilled that they are supporting us with this clever fundraising idea again this year. Keep an eye out for the giant Easter eggs in our local pubs.

For more information about the Lions Club of Christchurch, to see the wonderful work they do in the community, and details on how you can join, go to their website HERE

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Marks and Spencer Bournemouth

We are delighted to have been chosen as the local charity of the year by Marks and Spencer in Commercial Road Bournemouth.

We will be running various events and fundraisers in store and look forward to working with Marks and Spencer staff.
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Broadway Golf Society

We are delighted to have the support of Broadway Golf Society, who have been fundraising for Macmillan Caring Locally at their golf days in memory of their dear friend Charlie Butcher. Neal Williams, Trust Secretary of Macmillan Caring Locally is seen here at Dorset Golf and Country Club, being presented with the proceeds of their fundraising by Martin Davis and Robbie Whitbread. Neal said "It is a real pleasure to be invited to your event and to have the opportunity to update you on how your funds are used in our community. We are so grateful for your continued support in memory of Charlie".

For more information about Broadway Golf Society, to see their future fixtures, and details on how you can join, go to their website HERE

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Steppin' Out Academy of Performance

Headliner Piano Showman Tommy Bond along with The Steppin’ Out Academy of Performance Principle Angela Taylor, Tanya Elston, and Hannah Marsh from Skrypt Ltd proudly presented a cheque for £3818.79p to Lin Sharp, Capital Appeal Director from Macmillan Caring Locally.

Tommy Bond had written a show called ‘This One’s For You’ which the Steppin’ Out Academy of Performance performed 11th – 13th November at Queen Elizabeth School Wimborne. Tommy wanted to raise awareness and funds for Macmillan Caring Locally who had recently looked after his mother Jill Sidwick. Tommy approached Angela Taylor who had, along with others at the performance academy, been touched by Macmillan Caring Locally and agreed to hold a charity raffle, collection buckets, and accept donations at the performances.

With the help of local companies Aercomp, and Skrypt Ltd they were able to produce a fantastic show that raised awareness and this incredible sum of money. They were joined for the cheque presentation by 4 of the principle cast Abbey Noble, Pia Luk-Paszyc, Hollie Hayward and Olivia Colbert. The money raised will go towards the Macmillan Caring Locally new building.

Lin Sharp said “All at Macmillan Caring Locally are overjoyed at this fantastic contribution to the much needed new building, planned to begin in 2017. Not only are we grateful for the donation, but those of us who attended the show, are also grateful for a fantastic experience. We were all so impressed with the performances. From the story to the costumes, the production to the choreography and of course the music and the super talented stars, the whole show was incredible. A huge congratulations to everyone involved, you were amazing. This support from our community means so much to us and we thank everyone who donated and bought raffle tickets. It is an incredible achievement. Thank you!”
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Beach Hut Cafe, Friars Cliff

Jo and Ron and their family, staff, customers and friends at the Beach Hut Cafe on Friars Cliff Promenade hold coffee mornings and a Christmas Day fundraiser for the Macmillan Unit every year. We would like to thank all those who give up their time during the year and on Christmas Day to run these hugely successful events, and all those who take part and give so generously.
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New Forest Inn

New Forest Inn

With thanks to the New Forest Inn at Emery Down for running a pub quiz and raffle and raising £630.00 for Macmillan Caring Locally. This is in support of Mark Hughes, who is taking part in our big skydive on 11th October.
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We are delighted to announce that Sainsbury's at Christchurch have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally to be their Local Charity Partner for 2015/16. We would like to thank everyone who voted for our charity and we very much look forward to working together over the coming year.

The Amberwood Pub

With grateful thanks to Gill, John, the staff and all the customers of the Amberwood Pub in Walkford for fundraising for us and raising £1800.00.

To find out more about the former coach house on the edge of the New Forest, click on the image.

Hoburne Park

Hoburne Park

We are delighted that Hoburne Park in Christchurch, part of Hoburne Holiday Parks and one of seven top quality holiday parks in the south of England , have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their charity this year. To find out more about the Park at Christchurch, click on their logo.

Orange Lettings

Orange Lettings

The Macmillan White Christmas Dip had been gradually growing over the years thanks to the hard work of one of its founders Tommy Baker. However to take it to the next level and expand it into a major event required corporate sponsorship. In 2013 Bournemouth's newest dedicated lettings agency owned by Richard Gale kindly offered to be the main sponsor for the event. This gave us the opportunity to promote the event to a much wider audience and keep the fundraiser cost-neutral. The result of this extra support meant that we attracted three times more participants than the previous year, and raised a total of £20,000 on the day.

With the help of local businesses we were able to spread the word in our community and it is estimated that approximately 2,000 spectators came to watch the event. With grateful thanks to Hendy Motor Group, Waterbabies Swim School, Barolo Restaurant, Urban Reef Restaurant, Wessex Windows, RJ Hull Accountants, Lloyds Bank, Calendar Club Poole, Funky Peach, Brian Hoile and Associates and Kiteleys Solicitors.
Ferndown Forest Golf Club

Ferndown Forest Golf Club

Grateful thanks to George Holdgate and the members of Ferndown Forest Golf Club for choosing Macmillan Caring Locally as their charity of the year from Spring 2014.

Please click on the image to the left for more information.
Christchurch Junior School

Christchurch Junior School

With thanks to all the Staff, Governors, students and parents of Christchurch Junior school, who raised £1476.19 for us in memory of Gaenor Johnson.
Parkstone Yacht Club

Parkstone Yacht Club

We are grateful to Commodore Dick Linford and members of Parkstone Yacht Club for choosing Macmillan Caring Locally as one of their charities for 2013 and 2014.
The Grange

The Grange School

Our grateful thanks go to Steve Dossett (Head Teacher), Liz Burke (Pastoral Team Leader), the staff and students of The Grange School in Christchurch Dorset for supporting Macmillan Caring Locally. Our 'news' page has details of the fundraising that students have done for us.
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The Ship in Distress

A big thank you to Maggie and her team at the Ship in Distress Sea Food restaurant in Stanpit Christchurch. They have organised a calendar of fundraisers for Macmillan Caring Locally including bingo nights, car boot sales and a Sky Dive. For more details go to their web site here
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We are very grateful to Mike of crackingmedia for donating his time and extensive expertise to produce a brand new dedicated website for the Macmillan White Christmas Dip 2013. Click on the Cracking Media logo to find out more about what they do, and keep an eye out for the new web site.

Tim Farrer - Marathon Man

Tim Farrer is running the equivalent of 52 marathons in 52 weeks in 2013 for Macmillan Caring Locally. By our calculation (correct us if we are wrong) that is the same as running from Lands End to John O'Groats and half way back! Tim will be running around the Christchurch area wearing one of our tee shirts. If you see him give him a honk or a wave to cheer him on. You can see his progress here
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The Diamond Divas

The Diamond Divas are a group of Ladies (and a man on keyboards) who perform shows in aid of the Macmillan Unit. The singers, lead by Meryl Jones do an average of forty shows every year, and to date have raised a staggering £40,000.00 for the Macmillan Unit. To find out more information please click on the logo on the left.
Cloud Nine

Logo Example Jacqui and her team Sarah, Samantha, Lauren, Claire, Charlie and Christy-Lee at Cloud Nine are dedicated supporters of Macmillan Caring Locally and have kindly organised all sorts of fundraisers in their Ferndown based Salon.

Click on their logo to find out more about what they do.
Winton Liberal ClubWinton Liberal Club have been regular supporters of the Macmillan Unit for three years. We are delighted to have received in excess of £2000 thanks to the generosity of the Club members.

In addition to this, two members of the Club, Carrie and Paul raised £2000 in a sponsored cycle ride from Bournemouth Pier to Edinburgh Castle in under seven days.

We are very grateful to Terry Jones and Caroline Hemming for organising so many fundraising events, and choosing to support Macmillan Caring Locally.
CobhamCobham is an international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of leading edge aerospace and defence technology and systems. Employees at the Wimborne site annually choose a number of local charities to support throughout the year. In 2012 Macmillan Caring locally was selected for its very worthwhile work with the community. The Charity committee are putting together an exciting calendar of events culminating in their very popular Summer Ball.
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Freemasonry in our Community

Masons We were honoured to be amongst the local Charities and Trusts who were invited to a Celebration evening hosted by Bournemouth Freemasons. This event is where local Lodges present the funds that they have raised throughout the year to local causes.

Freemasons do not fundraise in the Community, all the money that they distribute to Charities is raised from their own members. Freemasons in the UK are second only to the National Lottery in the total amount of money they donate to Charities each year.

The funds that we have received this year from local Lodges will be put towards the cost of running our Welfare Benefits Advice service, which has been so successful in helping our Patients access grants and benefits that they weren't aware of. For more information on our Welfare Benefits Advice service
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Highcliffe Bowling Club

Highcliffe Bowling Club Members of Highcliffe Bowling Club recently donated £400.00 to Macmillan Caring Locally the Charity that supports the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital. Neal Williams, the Trust Secretary of Macmillan Caring Locally was invited to the final game of the season to receive the generous donation.

Shirley Ambrose, President of Highcliffe Bowling Club said “End of life care is an important issue for all of us, our families and friends and the Club members who have been cared for by the Macmillan Unit. So the money raised from match fees and a raffle on Highcliffe Bowling Club’s President’s Day plus voluntary donations throughout the outdoor bowling season will go some way towards enabling the Macmillan Unit to continue to provide this care locally.”

Titan Property Developments

Titan Titan Property Developments are a local company specialising in construction, design and development. They have recently adopted Macmillan Caring locally as their Charity partner.

Titan Property Developments have donated iPhone docks for the Macmillan Unit Ward. Once these have been installed anyone who has an iPhone will be able to share their photos and videos on Patient's television screens.

Titan Property Developments have also arranged a variety of performers to visit our Day Centre to entertain our Patients.

We are most grateful to the Titan Property Developments for their generosity.

Hannah and Emily from The Grange

The Grange Hannah Thomson and Emily Kerr of the Grange School recently held a cake sale in their school. They made hundreds of cakes such as sponges and chocolate fudge cake, and sold them during their break time to raise money for Macmillan Caring Locally.

On Thursday 9th February 2012 they visited the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital so that they could present £62.55 to Trust Secretary Neal Williams.
Neal said "We are so grateful to Hannah and Emily for all their hard work, and especially for choosing to support The Macmillan Unit. They are a credit to their school".

In the photograph from left to right are Neal Williams Trust Secretary, Emily Kerr and Hannah Thomson.

We would also like to thank Mrs. Burke for taking time to bring Hannah and Emily in to visit us.

Waitrose Christchurch

Waitrose Waitrose in Christchurch have been very supportive of our Charity. We have benefited from a donation through their Community Matters project, and members of Staff have fundraised for us and run the London Marathon.

We have recently been advised that a team member at Christchurch has been selected through their Golden Jubilee Trust scheme to volunteer at the Macmillan Unit one day a week for 22 weeks.

Richmond Park Bowls Club

Richmond Park We are delighted that Richmond Park Bowls Club have chosen Macmillan Caring Locally as their Charity for the year.

This popular local Club has been established for over 100 years. Click on the photo on the left to go to their web site.

The Sarah Green Golf Tournament

PKP The Sarah Green Golf Tournament is in its 9th year. It was started in memory of Sarah who lived in Ferndown, and died age 31 in 2003 after suffering from leukaemia.

Over the years the tournament has raised a total of £43,000.00 for the Macmillan Unit, which has enabled us to complete a number of major projects and improvements.

In the photo are Mrs. and Mr Rogers (Sarah's Mum and Dad) presenting a cheque for £8,000.00 from the 2011 Tournament to Deputy Clinical Leader Mandy Priggen.

We are so grateful for the hard work that the organisers put in, and the huge generosity of everyone who has taken part.

La Nova Singers

PKP La Nova Singers are a highly sought-after female vocal ensemble, known for their distinctive 'Bel Canto' sound and sparkling stage presence. Under the direction of soprano and voice tutor Michelle Nova, the singers perform an eclectic repertoire of classical, sacred, operatic and modern choral music. Their unique sound is characterised by its vibrancy and fullness.

We are very grateful to La Nova Singers and Bella Nova Singers for performing their Autumn concert in aid of Macmillan Caring Locally.

For more information on La Nova, or to see details of their future performances please click on the photo above.

John's Devils

John Cox passed away last year after a two and a half year battle with cancer. John, his wife Jude and their friends always enjoyed walking, and before John was diagnosed they had planned to walk Hadrian's Wall. This never happened due to John's illness, so Jude and their friends set out to do it for John starting on 23rd July 2011.

'John's Devils' consists of Jude Cox, Jimmy Scott, Elaine Robertson and Julie-Anne Higgins. They completed the walk in memory of John, and to date have raised a substantial amount of money for the Macmillan Unit, which is still rising. Their Just Giving page is still open, so if you would like to show your support, or would like to read about the trek click here

Natural Outlook

Natural Outlook Gary Flooks is an interactive designer, branding consultant and photographer. To see some of his amazing portfolio, please click on his logo to the left.

As a small Charity we keep our costs to a minimum by designing newsletters and print media wherever possible in-house. We also update and do minor design changes to our web site in-house. Gary has been a great supporter of our Charity by donating his time and expertise to advise us on a redesign of our newsletter, and to help us with design ideas for future web site interfaces.

The Funky Little Choir

Funky Choir The Funky Little Choir lead by Musical Director Sandie Elkins have a repertoire of classic and contemporary songs including Michael Buble, Elbow, The Beatles and Green Day. The Choir, who have appeared on television's 'Don't Stop Believing' have tasted success in winning a variety of awards, and in having members selected for the 2012 Olympic Choir.

The Funky Little Choir have been raising money for Macmillan Caring Locally at recent performances. We wish them all the success in the future. To go to their web site, click on the image to the left.
Sands Hair Design

Logo Example On 25th May Sands Hair Design of Southbourne celebrated their 1st birthday by inviting all their customers, family and friends to a party at their salon, with a Fashion Show.

Macmillan Caring Locally was chosen as one of the Charities to benefit from the raffle at the party. May we wish Sue and Sarah, and all at Sands a happy first birthday, and every success for the future.

Cathy Brear Illustration

Logo Example Cathy Brear has very kindly donated some of her artwork to the Macmillan Unit. The framed originals have been placed on the walls of the side rooms on the Macmillan Unit Ward.

Neal Williams, Trust Secretary said "We are so grateful to Cathy for these gifts. They are exceptional works of art that are both colourful and great fun". Cathy's client list includes Dorling Kindersley, John Lewis and Elle Publishing. To see examples of her work go here

Susan Hausberger Keith is back from his Andes to Amazon cycle challenge

Keith Wilkinson is now back in the UK after his grueling cycle challenge in Peru from the Andes to the Amazon.

He endured long bouts of high altitude cycling, sustained by local delicacies such as roast guinea pig and barbecued llama.

Keith has raised in excess of £3,300.00 for Macmillan, for which we are extremely grateful. To see a selection of Keith photos, please go to our official Flickr page, by clicking on the Flickr logo below.

Susan Hausberger Sue's 800 mile cycle ride from Austria to Christchurch

Retired accountant Susan Hausberger is facing the challenge of a lifetime as she gears up to cycle from her home in the Tyrol to the Macmillan unit in Christchurch. Sue, 58, when not sitting at her computer, is usually seen on the golf course or doing short bike-trips in and around Nassereith in the Tyrol, where she has been living since 1971, but on August 12th she will be donning her tricot and cycling 800 miles to raise money for Macmillan Caring Locally, based at the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital.

"Although I hated it as a child, I do quite a bit of sport in the meantime," says Sue, "but the last time I cycled a distance like that was 12 years ago! Now I'm doing a 60 mile ride every week in addition to my normal training. And I'm also cutting back on the carbohydrates, to compensate for the extra weight I’ll be carrying!"

The hard work will all be worthwhile for Sue if she succeeds in raising £1,500 for Macmillan Caring Locally. This amount will buy a portable hospital bed that Macmillan deliver into people’s homes when a patient would prefer to be cared for at home. It will also fund an O2 saturation machine to be used in the Community by the Palliative Care Sisters.

Sue's father, Don Wright, was diagnosed with cancer five years ago and the charity has been a constant support ever since, enabling her 79 year old Mum, Barbara, to take care of him at home in Bournemouth until only 11 days before he died in January this year. "When Dad’s illness got worse, it was a very difficult time for me," Sue explained. "I live so far away in Austria and didn’t know how long Mum would cope, but she was put in touch with Macmillan Caring Locally who has been amazing. In addition to monitoring Dad’s progress, the palliative nurses helped Mum with paperwork for applications, supplied or advised on equipment to make life easier and came whenever needed for advice or support. During Dad’s last days, which he spent in the Macmillan Unit at Christchurch hospital, I was able spend a lot of time with him there and was really impressed by what they did for him and how kind they were to us.

"The Macmillan Charity did so much for us, now it's time I did something for them. We asked for donations to the charity instead of flowers at the funeral, which I am sure was also in Dad's interest. We collected much more that I had expected, which will go a long way to helping others, and this gave me the incentive to try and raise more.”

Her family and her Mum’s neighbours have also been very generous and she hopes other people in the local community will support her in her transeuropean cycle challenge. Sue is well known in her village for her work as chairwoman of the Active Club and leader of a self-support group as well as at her local Golf Club.

“Every penny that is raised will be going to the Charity as all of my travel expenses will be self financed. I want to help Macmillan Caring Locally to continue their invaluable work supporting families like mine."

You can sponsor Sue by visiting her online fundraising page. You can pay by credit or debit card, and the money will go directly to Macmillan Caring Locally. Where supporters are UK taxpayers, the charity will automatically receive 28% extra in Gift Aid, which makes Justgiving the most efficient way of sponsoring Sue. You can follow Sue’s progress on her blog
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Glenigan, the local Construction Industry Support Service based in Seabourne Road Bournemouth, have announced that they are supporting Macmillan Caring Locally this year.
Mike Woolfrey (MD) and Graham Newman (Head of Marketing) presented the Charity with a cheque for over £1300 and pledged their future support. Mike Woolfrey said "One of our staff, Carole Cairns was under the care of the Macmillan Unit, and it is something that is close to a lot of people's hearts. Our team are very keen to support the wonderful work that the Macmillan Unit provides".
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Bournemouth Aero Club

We are very grateful to Bournemouth Aero Club for adopting us as their Charity this year. The Club is based at Bournemouth Airport and was formed by people with a shared interest in aviation. Click on the logo to go to their website and to find out more information about the Club.
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Bournemouth Male Voice Choir

On 19th June 2010, Bournemouth Male Voice Choir are putting on an evening of song. All proceeds are going to the Macmillan Unit. Click on the logo to go to their website and listen to a sample of their music, or purchase their new CD 'Sing for your Life'.
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Bournemouth Gilbert & Sullivan Operatic Society

Bournemouth Gilbert & Sullivan Operatic Society have supported the Macmillan Unit for decades. Tradition has it that the Society sings carols for the patients at the Macmillan Unit on Christmas Eve. The Society raises funds for us with their performances and to date has donated over £45,000.00. An incredible achievement which has made a huge difference to patient care over the years.
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Bournemouth Freemasons

The Bournemouth Freemasons (which includes all Lodges in our district) have been very supportive of Macmillan over the years. We are very grateful to all the Freemasons who have made substantial donations to the Macmillan Unit.
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Southbourne Bowls Club

Southbourne Bowls Club have very kindly adopted Macmillan as their Charity this year. We are very grateful for their support.
Southbourne Bowls Club play at Seafield Gardens in Bournemouth, and always welcome new members.
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Olga Gymnastic and Trampoline Club

Olga Gymnastic Club are keen supporters of Macmillan.
The Club is a centre of excellence and will undoubtedly be producing future Olympians.
For further information on the Club, please click on the image on the left.
Southbourne Bowls Club play at Seafield Gardens in Bournemouth, and always welcome new members.