Claire Cooper wife of the late Simon Cooper is auctioning some of her art pieces to raise money for North London Hospice and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
George Sanders had always wanted to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
13 very talented acts battled it out in North Finchley on Saturday 25 February to be crowned winners at North London’s Got Talent in aid of North London Hospice.
Students at King Alfred School in Hampsted, put their entrepreneurial talents to the test by turning £5 into £1,440 for North London Hospice.
North London Hospice has started working with the charity PhysioNet to provide unneeded or unusable mobility aids that cannot be used by Hospice patients.
Tickets are now on sale for North London Hospice talent show, ‘North London’s got Talent’, taking place on Saturday 25 February at the artsdepot in North Finchley.
Dylan Went, aged 14 decided to put his Christmas holiday’s to good use by raising money for the Hospice.
Providing round-the-clock care, 365 days of the year, has always been a crucial element of the work North London Hospice do.
There are times when family members stay at the Hospice with their loved ones for several days and sometimes longer.
Simon Cooper was an incredible musician. During his life, Simon battled with Cystic Fibrosis and endured two organ transplants.