Charity Accepts Round £1 Coins for Prize Draw Entries

Patient Organisation and charity The Haemochromatosis Society, which supports people affected by genetic iron overload, is accepting old round £1 coins and entering people who donate them into their annual prize draw. There are several prizes on offer, including a brand new HD TV set and a number of High Street shopping vouchers. People who find the old coins in (Read More … )

Hike 84 Miles For The Haemochromatosis Society

The Haemochromatosis Society has announced the details of The GH Challenge 2017, an 84 mile hike in September taking in the whole length of the famous landmark Hadrian’s Wall. The event follows the highly successful launch of The GH Challenge in 2016 when an intrepid group climbed Ben Nevis, reaching the summit and raising thousands of pounds for the charity (Read More … )

Rugby’s Mayor Draws Society Autumn Raffle

The Mayor of Rugby, Cllr Mrs Sally Bragg, drew the winning tickets in The Haemochromatosis Society’s Autumn Raffle yesterday (Monday 21 November) at her parlour in The Town Hall. A successful campaign to sell tickets meant that she had to dig deep into a large basket containing nearly 5,000 stubs. The two main prizes – a 32″ flat screen TV (Read More … )