A funeral director will swap her top hat and black coat for running shoes and athletic gear for a gruelling challenge in Austria.
Tracey Rimmer, who works at Mason’s Funeral Directors in Hartlepool and Speckman’s in Wingate, will take on the country’s Ironman competition to raise funds for Alice House Hospice.
Alice House Hospice has responded to the funding challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic in a very unique way.
NEVRlabs (North East Virtual Reality) opens on Monday 30 August, a brand new technology centre, run by and raising funds for the charity, believed to be the first of its kind.
The company constantly strives to support their local community reflecting their business values of inspiring food and nourishing life.
The patient gardens at Alice House Hospice have received a lovely boost thanks to the kindness and support from Kerry Taste and Nutrition of Hartlepool who donated plants, furniture and their own manpower.
North East Virtual Reality Labs (NEVRlabs) is an entertainment technology centre, powered by Alice House Hospice.
Offering unforgettable gaming experiences at affordable prices, all profits from the centre go directly back to the Hospice.
Local businessman Darab Rezai donated to Alice House Hospice after recently helping out a customer
Darab, who owns new restaurant Twisted Ginger in Church Square donated £350 after being approached by a customer who had a celebration meal booked somewhere else that sadly had been unable to accommodate the reservation.