Safeguarding policy

Safeguarding and protecting children, young people, young adults and visitors from harm is a very high priority for staff at Richard House and plays a large part in everything we do. Find out more by clicking on the image above.

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A bit of Starlight for families with Robinson Crusoe pantomime
On Saturday morning (22 November) the Starlight Christmas Pantomime is bringing a bit of festive magic to young people and their families at Richard House.
Guinness World Record success for the Penguin Waddle!
We did it! 373 flippered fundraisers flocked to The Scoop in Central London last night and helped Richard House break the Guinness World Records title for 'the largest gathering of people dressed as penguins'.
Last chance to register for the Penguin Waddle
Penguins gathered for a Guinness World Record
***LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR THE PENGUIN WADDLE*** Make sure you register for our Guinness World Record attempt the Penguin Waddle by 3.45pm on Wednesday 12 November as penguins will begin gathering at the Scoop in central London just 3 hours later.
Hollywood star helps celebrate the Oscars with a difference
Families attending the glitzy Richard House Children’s Hospice Oscars event on Saturday were in for an extra treat, as James Bond actor Colin Salmon made a special appearance.
Finding Nimo at Richard House. Special music session for families
Families at Richard House got to experience a special day yesterday thanks to the group Connect India, who organised a day of music and poetry at the hospice yesterday. They enjoyed a special workshop for the day by former rapper Nimo Patel.
2015 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Get cycling for Richard House in the 2015 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday 2 August.

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Richard House needs to raise £1.9 million in voluntary donations every year. The hospice is dependent on the generosity of companies, trusts, individuals and communities.


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