At LARF Cornwall We’re very happy to have Phillip Schofield as a supporter/patron. He has visited children and young adults undergoing cancer and leukaemia treatment a number of times and is always enthusiastic and helpful.
“After meeting some of the patients that LARF has helped, and meeting the team behind the organisation, I’m very happy to be part of this unique and brilliant charity, that does such good work in my home county. The two families that started and run LARF Cornwall have extremely moving stories and a huge amount of strength – keep up the good work guys, I’m proud to be associated.”
In a story published on the West Briton website, Phillip Schofield said; “Thank God for the LARF charity. It’s such a worthwhile cause. You walk around talking to the young people here and they’re all incredibly positive. Any work that can go towards helping young people has to be rewarded.”
Henry’s bar, at La Cala Resort, Spain, is owned by Rosie’s Grandad Henry, who has organised a golf tournament for several years to raise money for LARF.
The tournament this year was on August 19th, and raised over €1,200, through entry fees, donations and a raffle.
Thanks to everyone who took part, and congratulations to the winners.
Rumour has it that the event will take place again next year – so if you fancy combining raising money for LARF with a golfing holiday in Spain, you know where to go!
UPDATE – we raised a fantastic £1,590 at Rosie’s birthday coffee morning! Molly raised £74 from the toy sale alone. Many thanks to everyone who donated and ate cake.
Once again, there will be a coffee morning in honour of Rosie’s birthday, full of cake, tea and happy memories of Rosie.
This year it will be on Saturday August 5th, from 10am till 2pm, at Terry and Keith’s house, 29 Parc Letta, Heamoor. read more…
Liam Streat is a long-time friend of the Hoare family, currently working in Malaysia, who knew Lauren well, and is best mates with Scott, Lauren’s brother. Liam chose to run the Penang Bridge Marathon to raise money for LARF, in November 2015, and raised a creditable £815. read more…