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Events

To find out about our next Earl Mountbatten event or concert, or events being held by our wonderful supporters, click the relevant category or use the calendar to find out what's on!

If you would like to have your event added to these pages, please contact us on (01983) 217300.
 
Hats for the Hospice
23/02/2018 00:00:00 — 23/02/2018 00:00:00 , John Cheverton Centre and Islandwide
Hats for the Hospice is back for 2018.
Wear a hat - simple as that!
See information on how to donate.
Earl Mountbatten Hospice's Walk the Wight 2018
13/05/2018 06:00:00 — 13/05/2018 19:00:00 , Islandwide
Our biggest fundraising event of the year returns on Sunday 13 May 2018!

Online registration opens on Friday 26 January 2018.

Click here to visit our Walk the Wight pages for all the information you need to take part in this iconic event.
Earl Mountbatten Hospice's Barton Manor Open Garden 2018
22/07/2018 10:00:00 — 22/07/2018 16:00:00 , Barton Manor, Whippingham, East Cowes
Join us in the grounds of the beautiful private estate of Barton Manor for a grand day out for all the family.

Over 1,800 people attended this event in 2017, and this year Earl Mountbatten Hospice's Barton Manor Open Garden will be the ONLY open garden event held at the Barton estate. So don't miss it!
 
Earl Mountbatten Hospice's Osborne Run 2018
09/09/2018 10:00:00 — 09/09/2018 13:00:00 , Osborne, East Cowes
A 3 & 5k fun run through the grounds of Queen Victoria's beautiful home.

 
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"It's another world...it's kept me in this world!"

 

Maureen, Patient