Businesses and community groups around Havering are supporting their local children’s hospice with a number of upcoming autumn fundraisers.

First up on 29th October, is the re-launch of Utopia Beauty at 141 High Street, Hornchurch, which will be holding demonstrations and taster treatments from top beauty brands. There will also be champagne and canapés on the evening and tickets cost £10 each.  Funds raised will be split between Haven House and Little Havens hospices.

Langdon Hills Masonic Lodge will be holding a Ladies Night on 11th November at Langdon Hills Golf Club, Upminster. Raymond O’ Shaughnessy, the new master of the lodge has chosen Haven House as his charity of the year and there will be cabaret entertainment, a raffle and an auction. 

Finally, St Peters Church in Gubbins Lane, Harold Wood will be holding a Carol service and charity collection on November 27th, with funds split between Haven House and St Francis hospices.

Mike Palfreman, Chief Executive of Haven House said of the fundraisers; ‘As a life-long Havering resident, it’s great to see these fundraisers taking place in my local community. The hospice supports a number of life-limited children and families in the borough and it is vital that we raise these funds to continue to our work locally.’