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Fundraising Activities


This year our 2 chosen charities are Reubens Retreat and Mummys Star. Both these local charities have personal meaning to staff at Chadsfield Medical Practice.

On the last Friday of every month we ask staff to wear their own clothes, not uniform, and make a donation to the charity box. We hold occasional cake sales and other fundraising events.

If you would like more information on either of these charities you can ask at reception of follow the link above.

Chadsfield would like to say a big THANK YOU to one of our wonderful reception staff - Julia - for organising us all and sorting out all the fundraising events that are detailed below.

Chadsfield fund raises for other causes along the way - here are just a few of our activities............

December 2017 - we raised £13 for 'save the children'


Chadsfield  sold cakes and biscuits to raise funds for Children in Need  - we raised £71.15 - thank you to all those involved. Children in Need 2017

October 2017

Chadsfield has raised £73 for Macmillan Coffee morning

Breast cancer now we raised £42 by raffling a beautiful bouquet of flowers made from face towels, hand creams and all things 'beautifying'. Congratulations to one of our patients who was delighted with her win and commented it 'is sitting on her hearth'


Chadsfield has raised £14.50 for Jeans for GENES

Red Nose Day 24 March 2017

We invited all our staff to dress up and wear red noses. We asked staff and patients to make a donation to Red Nose Day

Children in Need 18 November 2016

£85 was raised on Children in Need Day.

Robbie the Seizure Alert Dog

Chadsfield Medical Practice is proud to be a sponsor of a 'Seizure Alert Dog' - Robbie.

Seizure alert dogs can transform the lives of people with eplipesy.

The 'real ' Robbie lives at home in Sheffield with a person suffering from epilepsy, able to detect a seizure approximately 45 minutes before one occurs, enabling them to get to a place of safety and get assistance if required.

The 'fluffy'  Robbie pictured here is cared for by the children of our  Advanced Practitioner, Cath Pierce.

Certificate of Sponsorship

The 'fluffy' Robbie

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