Tim Bell practicing for his next charity challenge.
At English Lakes we are always looking out for ways to have a positive impact on our local communities. We do this in a number of ways from policy and practice to voluntary support and raising funds for charity. We all try to do our bit, but one member of the Lancaster House always strives to take his fund raising to new heights!
Tim Bell, Lancaster House General Manager, is due to make his attempt to summit Mont Blanc between June 15 and 21. He is climbing the mountain to help raise money for local charity St John’s Hospice in Lancaster.
Lying on the France-Italy Border, and standing at 15,781ft, the notorious Alp, which is the highest peak in Western Europe, has often claimed around 100 lives each year. (more…)
In a year that has given so many reasons to celebrate such as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, The Olympics, as well as English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues celebrating its own 60th Birthday, the Lancaster House team have been inspired to challenge themselves once again for a local charity who are also this year celebrating their own 25th anniversary. (more…)
In the days leading up to Children’s Hospice Week, 18th – 25th May, it was a privilege to visit two of our local Children’s Hospices. Derian House in Chorley and Eden Valley near Carlisle. These are two of the fifty hospices around the UK providing a lifeline service to the families of around 24,000 children and young people in the country with life shortening conditions.
Janette Berry, English Lakes, and Michelle Lemm, The Wild Boar presenting a cheque for £3,000 to Eden Valley Hospice.