We’ve recently launched a brand new page on Facebook for our fundraising group where we’ll be sharing even more news about what activities the team are up to and upcoming events. Come and join us at: https://www.facebook.com/mariecurienewquay/ Also a reminder […]
DETAILS The Diamonds Are Forever Charity Ball is back for another year at the Atlantic Hotel, Newquay. The ball will be starting at 18:30 PM on Saturday 27th October 2018. Guests will get to enjoy a delicious 3 course meal, […]
The Newquay and District Fundraising Group for Marie Curie in Cornwall met at The Atlantic Hotel for their AGM on Wednesday 20 March. The group have been very busy fundraising over the year and have organised daffodil collections, serviced collection […]
Collection volunteers needed for this weekend Last week was certainly very challenging for fundraising teams and volunteers across the UK at the start of The Great Daffodil Appeal. Due to these extreme weather conditions many collections had to be […]
Brave the heat and help to raise funds for Marie Curie nurses by participating in the Firewalk on 28th October 2017.
The Newquay & District Fundraising Group would like to invite other charities around Cornwall to come along and join us for our Firewalk event on 28th October 2017. Charities are welcome to recruit people to have a go at walking […]
Volunteers from all over Cornwall will once again be hosting their annual Trewithen Classic Cars and Country Fayre at Trewithen Gardens, Probus on Sunday 29th July 2018. Entry is only £5 per person, free for under 16yrs (under 16’s free but […]
Dare to walk on fire for Marie Curie! The Newquay & District Fundraising Group will be putting on a Firewalk event at the Truro Cricket Grounds on 28th October 2017. If you’re feeling adventurous and want to take part in […]
Volunteers from all over Cornwall are hosting their annual Trewithen Classic Cars and Country Fayre at Trewithen Gardens, Probus on Sunday 30th July 2017. This will be the 4th year, thanks to the support of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Galsworthy […]
A firewalk is the most inspirational journey you will ever undertake. It is as the name suggests: a bare foot walk over red-hot wood embers measuring around 800 degrees. No tricks, no special effects. Just you and the fire.
It’s tempting to look at firewalking and explain it with physics.