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We're delighted to introduce our first children’s Christmas disco at Eastbourne Town Hall, on Sunday 1 December. For children of all ages the disco will provide a fantastically fun way to launch into the Christmas spirit. With games, competitions, Father Christmas, balloon modelling, face painting, dancing and an array of tasty treats to tuck in to your family is sure to have a great time.More Info
St Martin-in-the-Fields in the heart of Trafalgar Square will be the breathtaking backdrop to our annual candlelit carol service to support families with children in hospital. Join Ronald McDonald House Charities UK for a magical evening celebrating the wonder and joy of Christmas, with traditional carols and Christmas tales.More Info
Join Ronald McDonald House Charities UK for a family-friendly festive evening at St. Giles’ Cathedral featuring the Phoenix Choir. This magical evening will help us to provide our free accommodation for families so they can stay together and close to their child in hospital.More Info
Join us for a festive evening at St John The Baptist Church as Ronald McDonald House Charities UK celebrates the run up to Christmas! The evening will provide performances by Kings Monkton School and City Sirens Choir, as well as soloist Hayley Byfield.More Info
Sign up for the perfect night of festivities to get you ready for Christmas! The Manchester Carols for Christmas Extravaganza will be filled with traditional carols and readings as well as a festive story from one of our families and is designed for all the family.More Info
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Bungee Jumping James
James and his family stayed at Ronald McDonald House Camberwell whilst his daughter Megan received treatment in King’s College Hospital for a rare condition. To show his appreciation, and to help other families stay close to their children, James bravely plunged 160ft off a crane, raising over £500.
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