Twilight Walk paints the town orange...
Record breaking numbers took part in ellenor’s annual Twilight Walk.
ellenor’s biggest mass participation event in Gravesend aims to raise £75,000!
All sponsorship money raised through the event will go towards care and support for patients, families and carers living with life limiting or terminal illness in Kent.
The Accumulator Challenge - Turn £50 into vital funds for ellenor
Take on ellenor’s Accumulator Challenge to raise vital funds for local families facing terminal illness.
Join Ellie for her first Mini Marathon
ellenor’s mascot Ellie is calling children aged 5 – 16 years old to take to the tracks at the cyclopark in Gravesend for the best children’s Fun Run in town.
29 Accumulator Challenge teams have raised more than £26,000 in just four months...
ellenor’s exciting Accumulator Challenge has raised £26,305 which could pay for over 844 hours of Play Therapy or over 54 days of care on ellenor’s Inpatient Ward.
Christmas Panto raises money for ellenor...
Generous theatre patrons at the E M Forster Theatre pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk have donated £1,615.65 to ellenor.
Support ellenor on our Challenge Trek to China
Sign up to a challenge of a lifetime and trek across the Great Wall of China.
GMB presenter and ellenor patron Charlotte Hawkins supports the Teddy Selfie campaign.
Shoppers at Royal Victoria Place in Tunbridge Wells last Saturday were given a special surprise when they got the chance to have a selfie with ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’ Presenter Charlotte Hawkins and a giant teddy bear.
Remember a loved one this Christmas: ellenor Lights of Love service
Individuals, families and communities across Kent will come together in memory of loved ones at the Lights of Love services in December.
Glorious Gardens raises thousands for ellenor
Garden lovers have enjoyed a glorious year visiting some of the region’s beautiful gardens and in the process raising over £11,000.
Tunbridge Wells giant teddy bear gets a name for Christmas
The winner of the Royal Victoria’s Place ‘Name the Teddy Bear’ competition has been announced.
Tunbridge Wells biggest Teddy Bear needs a name!
This Christmas will see the return of Tunbridge Wells biggest Teddy Bear to Royal Victoria Place (RVP). The 3.5 metre giant bear was hugely loved last year with shoppers and their families posting and sharing selfies of themselves and donating money to support ellenor.