Celebrities turn up the volume for Children’s Hospice Week 2017

Celebrities shout out to support Together for Short Lives’ Children’s Hospice Week campaign.

Holly WilloughbyStars from Holly Willoughby to Scarlett Moffatt have been turning up the volume on children’s palliative care to raise awareness about the needs of seriously ill children and to celebrate all the lifeline services that children and families rely on.

As well as posting an exclusive Children’s Hospice Week photo, Together for Short Lives Patron Holly Willoughby said: “I’m turning up the volume this Children’s Hospice Week to celebrate all the amazing services supporting families across the UK. As Patron of Together for Short Lives I know the difference these lifeline children’s hospice services make to families facing the unimaginable. They are such positive, happy places helping families make the most of their lives together. Please shout your support this Children’s Hospice Week and help up the volume for seriously ill children and their families.”

Queen of the Jungle, Scarlett Moffatt, recorded a short film in support of the campaign – encouraging her fans to “Turn up the volume for Children’s Hospice Week.” https://twitter.com/Tog4ShortLives/status/867772528411820032

Holly’s and Scarlett’s shout out for Children’s Hospice Week was echoed by: Together for Short Lives’ Ambassador Rebecca Front; Peter Andre; Ferne McCann; Seann Walsh; Ben Hamlin; Rochelle Humes; Dave Berry; Emma Barton; Laurence Fox, Simon Gregson; Matt Le Tissier; Matt Terry and Nicky Johnstone.

Peter Andre tweet 

To view celebrity photos and words of support for Children’s Hospice Week online:












Children’s Hospice Week is the UK's only awareness and fundraising week for the 49,000 children and young people in the UK with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, their families and the amazing children’s hospice and palliative care services that support them.

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