St Luke’s ‘Great Hospice Pudding Day’ Goes ‘Live’


After the success of last year’s virtual Pudding Day, St Luke’s ‘Great Hospice Pudding Day’ goes “live” this year.

On Sunday the 28th November ‘The Great Hospice Pudding Day’ will take place in Northwich where members of the public can walk or run a choice of distances, starting at Barons Quay near H&M.

This year’s live event promises to be a fun-filled day full of festive cheer to entertain the whole family, including a stage warm up with music and games to get in the Christmas spirit.

St Luke’s Head of Events, Jane Thompson said, “We’re so excited to be doing ‘The Great Hospice Pudding Day’ live this year after last year’s brilliant virtual event. It was so Christmassy last year and should be even better this time around as we can all do it together.”

Participants can choose from either a 5k Northwich town trail route or the 10k distance that includes Carey Park and Anderton boat lift. Along the trail members must also collect stamps at various town landmarks, which will be marked on a unique ‘Pudding Day’ map.

Participants receive a ‘Pudding Pack’ full of festive treats to relax and enjoy after the walk including a special medal which converts into a tree decoration, a ‘Pudding Day’ quiz and of course, a Christmas pudding.

‘The Great Hospice Pudding Day’ is kindly being supported by Barons Quay, Northwich BID, Northwich Town Council and Radio Northwich. They’re all helping to promote and stage the event while also encouraging support for local businesses.

Town Mayor Councillor, Sam Naylor said, “It’s great to see St Luke’s coming up with this original theme that everybody will enjoy. All good wishes for your fundraising!”

Barons Quay Centre Manager, Lina Higuita added, “We can’t wait to welcome participants to Barons Quay for this festive fundraiser next month! We are so pleased that we can support the event, which we hope will raise a lot of money for a brilliant local charity.”

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