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LIPA Fashion Show For Claire House February 25, 2009

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claire_house_lipaWednesday 11th March
St Georges Hall
8pm (doors open from 7pm)

Come along to a fancy fashion show aput together by LIPA and help a worthy cause.

See some swanky clothes from designers like Stella McCartney, Teb Baker, Secret Drawer and Zara. Amongst the models will be former Big Brother contestants Dale and Stuart (no, me neither).

Tickets: £20
VIP £30
All proceeds go to Claire House

To Book: www.claire-house.org.uk and click on events or call Helen
0151 343 0883 for more information

Claire House Christmas Do! November 26, 2008

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claire-house-logoChamber member Claire House would like to invite you all to their Christmas Fair/Light up a Life.

It’s this Saturday November 29 and it’s a great opportunity to come and see what Claire House is and the work that they do under the umbrella of a very festive Christmas theme.  This invite is not just for yourselves but to partners, friends, children or even your next door neighbour!

The day will be split into two:- 12.00-16.00 will be our Christmas fair where they will offer  tours, a chance for the children to meet Father Christmas and ofcourse mince pies for all. The later part of the day will be from 16.00 – 18.00 and this is when they will light their version of a Christmas tree.  It’s tree is made up of thousand and thousands of lights each representing the life of a child and the option is available to sponsor a light for £5. Its visually outstanding especially against the backdrop of Christmas carols and a glass of mulled wine.

Claire House Children’s Hospice
Clatterbridge Road

Claire House – One Of Liverpool Chamber’s Charity Members September 26, 2008

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Liverpool Chamber is happy to promote the work of its many charitable members. Here’s some info about Claire House.

Claire House Children’s Hospice opened its doors in 1999 to look after children with life-threatening, life-shortening conditions from Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales and the Isle of Man.

The hospice is named after Claire Cain who sadly passed away in July 1989 just before her 10th birthday – Claire’s parents then raised the funds to build the hospice. During Claire’s illness, her parents (Chris, a nurse and Bobby) faced the additional challenge of trying to maintain a stable family atmosphere for Claire’s two sisters and her brother. The hospital was supportive but there was little opportunity for the family who lived on the Wirral to be together, they could either stay at home with little or no support, or be at her hospital bedside.