Open doors days for hospices

A CHILDREN'S hospice is opening its doors to the public.

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Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), will be opening Robin House in Balloch on Wednesday, April 2 and Rachel House in Kinross on April 29.

CHAS Fundraiser Samantha Reilly said "The open days are a fantastic way for our supporters to see what CHAS is able to provide the children and their families and the importance of fundraising.

"It is also an excellent opportunity for those who want to find out more about CHAS to come and enjoy a tour."

Visitors will get guided tours by volunteers and staff.

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