Please help GRACE raise money by joining us on a magnificent walk through the glorious Surrey countryside on Saturday 13th October, conquering Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill and Box Hill in the process.
Starting from the village of Holmbury St Mary, the walk will take us through fantastic ancient woodland, past rivers, ponds and waterfalls and will be a magnificent way to spend a day.
Three Peaks Platinum - Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill, Box Hill and return to base - 26 miles return, 10-13 hours
Three Peaks Gold - Holmbury Hill, Leith Hill, Box Hill and finish - 13 miles, 5-7 hours
GRACE registration fee, we simply ask your commitment to raise a minimum of £150 in sponsorship. Obviously we'd be delighted with more!
Children are welcome at parents' responsibility. Well behaved dogs are also welcome to join (at owners responsibility).
To register your interest please contact us at email@example.com
In order to help raise money for GRACE, former dance teacher and GRACE woman Pandy Dean will be hosting an evening of glitz, glamour and ballroom dancing as our very own Wellington College staff members take to the dance floor for a Strictly Come Dancing extravaganza!
There will be VIP guest-judges and Murray Lindo (Head of the Wellington Community) will be leading us through the evening as MC. There will be fizz on arrival, followed by a sit-down 2 course meal. The dancing competition will take place after the meal, and once the winning couple have been announced, all are invited to dance the night away with our 13-piece band! There will be a cash bar on site. GRACE founder, Simon Butler-Manuel, will be taking part in this fun filled evening!
Tickets cost £100 per person, or why not buy a table of 10 for £1,000. All profits go to GRACE. Tickets include glass of fizz, 2-course meal, half a bottle of wine and of course live entertainment!
Sign up to the Guildford Rotary Club walk on behalf of GRACE!
Each year, The Rotary Club of Guildford District organises the annual walk for anyone who would like to raise funds for their chosen charity. The walk starts and finishes at Shalford Park, Guildford.
This year, the walk will take place on Sunday 13th May at 9.45am. The routes are lovely, level and well-marked, so why not bring the dogs; they will love it.
You have two distances to choose from:
- 10km for those who wish to test themselves.
- 5km for families and those wishing to do a shorter walk.
There is no entry fee so all the money raised will go to GRACE.
Click here to register and choose GRACE as your nominated charity.
GRACE are holding a cake sale at the Royal Surrey County Hospital on Thursday 3rd May.
Please come and support us by buying some cakes or cookies or even just popping some loose change in our collection tin.
Or perhaps you could bake a cake to donate?
We will be just past reception, around the corner from M&S food, from around 9.30am until about 3.00pm.
We hope to see you there!
Nicola and Betsy x
Thank you for your interest in BIARGS and we hope that you will be able to join us at The University of Surrey, Guildford for this international educational meeting in gynaecological robotic surgery. Guildford is a renowned centre of excellence for minimally invasive surgery and training, and is now the recognised Epicentre for training in robotic Gynae surgery in the UK.
The Gynae-oncology department in Guildford was the first in the UK to adopt robotic surgery into mainstream NHS practice and all four Consultants are robotically trained. The Guildford team have performed over a thousand cases predominantly for gynaecological cancer, and have trained a number of surgeons from home and abroad in these necessary skills pertinent to the modern gynaecological surgeon.
The two key themes to this two-day meeting are: firstly clinical training of surgeons, theatre nurses and first assistants with da Vinci robotics, and secondly embedding robotic surgery into mainstream clinical practice, including MDT working among pelvic surgeons, updates on NHS commissioning and private medical insurance issues, and insights into new and future platforms from all robotics manufacturers.
The BIARGS faculty are supported by two of the world’s most experienced trainers in robotic surgery in from the USA: Prof Arnold Advincula, from Columbia University, New York, past President of the AAGL, and many would say father of robotic gynaecologic surgery; and from Europe, Professor René Verheijen, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist from UMC Utrecht, the current President of the European Society SERGS, and who has lead their Training Committee since its inception.
Whether you are an experienced robotic surgeon, a novice, an O&G trainee, first assistant, or hospital manager evaluating the possible benefits of investing in this technology, we hope you will join us for what is sure to be an excellent and enjoyable educational meeting.
Mr Simon Butler-Manuel, MD, FRCS, FRCOG
Chair of GRACE
Chair of BIARGS2018 Guildford Local Organizing Committee
On Friday 6th April Lissy’s Boutique, and GRACE Woman Pandy Dean, will be hosting a fashion show to raise money for GRACE.
It will be held at the Rate payers hall, California crossroads Finchampstead at 7.30pm. Entrance is £5.00 and includes a glass of bubbly. Tickets can be purchased on the door or pop into Lissy’s on the high street.
There will be a raffle held on the evening and even a bar, so get the girls together come along for a fun evening, view Lissy’s spring/summer collection and help raise money for GRACE!
25km or 25 miles? ... it's your walk.
This Easter Saturday come and join the Easter Walk, setting off from Windsor along the river Thames and passing through beautiful scenery and countryside. Set yourself (and the family) a goal this spring with either a 25 mile or a 25 km walk, finishing with a family fun day and celebration!
GRACE are a Charity Partner at this event. If you sign up on-line at www.theeasterwalk.com/how-to-join and select to fundraise for GRACE you will pay a reduced registration fee, with a minimum fundraising target.
Challenge yourself this Spring and get fit and help us to raise money for GRACE !
This stunning central London half marathon along closed road takes in some of the capital's world-famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Horse Guards Parade and the Royal Albert Hall, and four of London's Royal Parks - Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James's Park and Kensington Gardens.
This year promises to be particularly exciting as it's Royal Parks 10th Birthday!
GRACE have two places for the Royal Parks. The registration fee is paid for by GRACE, we ask in return you raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship for GRACE.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.