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Lawyers gear up for Chariots of Fire 2022

Lawyers gear up for Chariots of Fire 2022

Lawyers gear up for Chariots of Fire 2022 As part of HCR Hewitsons’ commitment to invest in the communities in which it is based, a team of lawyers will be donning their distinctive teal t-shirts and trainers in support of the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity (ARHC) for...

Chariots of Fire Date Confirmed

Chariots of Fire Date Confirmed

Chariots of Fire Date Confirmed We are delighted to confirm that one of Cambridgeshire’s largest annual charity events will take place on 19 March 2023, after its postponement in September following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Chariots of Fire, a relay race...

On your marks, get set, go! Chariots of Fire is just six weeks away

On your marks, get set, go! Chariots of Fire is just six weeks away

On your marks, get set, go! Chariots of Fire is just six weeks away One of Cambridgeshire’s largest charity events, Chariots of Fire, is just seven weeks away! Taking their marks on Sunday 19 March, over 1500 relay runners are already signed up to take part but don’t...

Calling all charities applying for Chariots of Fire 2024

Calling all charities applying for Chariots of Fire 2024

Calling all charities applying for Chariots of Fire 2024 Applications for charities wishing to be the official Chariots of Fire recipient charity in 2024 are now open! Over the course of its 30-year history, the charitable relay race has raised over £1.5 million for a...

Cambridge Community raises £61,250 for Arthur Rank in Chariots Dash

Cambridge Community raises £61,250 for Arthur Rank in Chariots Dash

Cambridge Community raises £61,250 for Arthur Rank in Chariots Dash Cambridgeshire’s biggest charitable relay event, Chariots of Fire, saw 280 local businesses and organisations enter teams to take part in the 1.7 mile relay race, raising an amazing £61,250 for the...

Chain of Survival supported by Chariots of Fire

Chain of Survival supported by Chariots of Fire

Chain of Survival supported by Chariots of Fire EAAA has been chosen as the benefitting charity for Chariots of Fire 2021. All funds raised will go towards their life-saving CPR training programme.  To view the importance of the chain of survival, view the following...

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2021

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2021

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2021 East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) is limbering up for this year’s Chariots of Fire after being selected as the official recipient charity for this year’s race on Sunday 19th September. Although sadly...

Chariots of Fire introduces new Super Vets category

Chariots of Fire introduces new Super Vets category

Chariots of Fire introduces new Super Vets category Organisers of Chariots of Fire are proud to announce the introduction of a new team category this year, Super Vets. This category is for teams, consisting of six runners, each being over 60 years old  This new...

Air ambulance crews getting busier with cardiac arrests top call out

Air ambulance crews getting busier with cardiac arrests top call out

Air ambulance crews getting busier with cardiac arrests top call out Last month (April 2021) East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) treated its highest number of patients for eight months, with cardiac arrests being the most common type of emergency in the region. In the...

The race is on to save lives in Cambridgeshire

The race is on to save lives in Cambridgeshire

The race is on to save lives in Cambridgeshire Given recent events during the football the importance of CPR and its life-saving impact has never been so prominent. Cambridge’s Chariots of Fire 2021 will proudly support life-saving CPR training through East Anglian...

Life-saving CPR recognised with award

Life-saving CPR recognised with award

Life-saving CPR recognised with award Bystander CPR which saved a young man’s life has been recognised in Cambridge with a Resuscitation Certificate from the Royal Humane Society, a charity which promotes lifesaving intervention. The award was presented at the East...

CMR take on Chariots of Fire

CMR take on Chariots of Fire

CMR take on Chariots of Fire Despite the absence of Chariots of Fire in the calendar last year the organisers of this charitable relay race are delighted to see the steady sign up of team registrations. The appearance of regular supporters is an encouraging sign to...

Calling all runners for Chariots of Fire 2021

Calling all runners for Chariots of Fire 2021

Calling all runners for Chariots of Fire 2021 Chariots of Fire is only a few weeks away. Should you be planning to enter a team but have not yet done so, you have until Wednesday 15th September before registrations close.   Why wait? Dust off your trainers and...

Are you ready to receive funding from Chariots of Fire 2022?

Are you ready to receive funding from Chariots of Fire 2022?

Are you ready to receive funding from Chariots of Fire 2022? Applications for charities wishing to be the official Chariots of Fire recipient charity in 2022 are now open. Throughout its 29-year history, the Cambridge charitable race has raised more than £1.49m for a...

Chariots of Fire raises £44,527 for East Anglian Air Ambulance

Chariots of Fire raises £44,527 for East Anglian Air Ambulance

Chariots of Fire raises £44,527 for East Anglian Air Ambulance Chariots of Fire 2021 saw 200 local businesses enter teams to take park in the 1.7 mile relay race and raise £44,527 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. Over 1,200 people took part in the landmark race on...

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2022

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2022

Ready. Steady. Go….. Register your team for Chariots of Fire 2022 The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity (ARHC) is limbering up for this year’s Chariots of Fire after being selected as the official recipient charity for this year’s race on Sunday 18th September. The race is...

Charity Shop Manager Shares Story

Charity Shop Manager Shares Story

Charity Shop Manager Shares Story Billie White-Fensom was 12 years old when her father David Fensom died. David was cared for by the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and 13 years on Billie has spoken about how important the care delivered to her family has been. David was...