Rotary Supports Shooting Star Chase Hospice

Shooting Star Chase cheque March 2018Cranleigh Rotary Club was delighted to be able to present Gill Bennett of Shooting Star Chase with a cheque for £1,365 when she visited the Club on 29 March.

Shooting Star Chase is responsible for a children's hospice based in Artington, near Guildford.

The donation was the result of the Club's 3-day street collection that took place in the village before Christmas.

Many Rotarians spent several hours with collection buckets during the wintry weather to support this remarkable organisation.

Shooting Star Chase is a leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people (up to age 21) who have life-limiting conditions and belong to families living in Surrey and London. (

Their care, which embraces the whole family, extends from diagnosis through to end of life, and throughout bereavement. They offer a bespoke service to suit each member’s individual needs. This support is free of charge and available 365 days a year.

(Photo caption: David Hall, President of Cranleigh Rotary, presents the cheque to Gill Bennett of Shooting Star Chase.)