The team at Fluid Branding are participating in a plethora of charity events in the coming months, all on behalf of the company’s chosen charity Children’s Hospice South West.

Marketing Manager Gemma Richards is taking part in the Moonlight Memory Walk on Saturday 3rd October in Falmouth, the event commences with a candle lighting memory ceremony and continues with a five mile walk around the town. To donate visit:

On Saturday 17th October Systems and development Manager James Stoddern dons his flares, glitter and guitar and takes to the stage with his 70’s glam rock band Stargazer, 8pm at The Godolphin Club in Helston, Cornwall with all proceeds going to Children’s Hospice South West, tickets are available on the door.

Finally on Friday 13th November CEO Matt Franks will be arrested and charged for his crimes (entirely fictitious!), in the original court docks at Bodmin Court, now known as the Courtroom Experience at Shire Hall, Mount Folly Square, Bodmin, Cornwall. “Prisoners” will be locked up and then have to raise £999 bail on the day from friends, family and colleagues in order to walk free!

Sarah Stott, Corporate Partnerships Fundraiser for CHSW said “We are absolutely delighted that our friends at Fluid Branding are supporting Children’s Hospice South West again this year, with their various fundraising activities. We rely almost entirely on voluntary donations to run our beautiful Little Harbour hospice in St Austell, and without the support of local businesses like Fluid Branding. we simply couldn’t continue to be there for the life-limited children and families who need us most. Thank you, from us all.”

Children’s Hospice South West provide hospice care for children with life-limiting conditions and their whole family across the South West. They offer wide-ranging care; respite and short breaks, emergency care, palliative care and end of life care. They currently operate three hospices; Little Bridge House in North Devon, Charlton Farm in North Somerset and Little Harbour in St Austell, Cornwall. For more information on the charity visit the website