Launch of Sparkle Night Walk, Ashgate Hospice's biggest fundraiser of the year. Pictured front l-r are Level 2 Health and Social Care students from Chesterfield College, Giorgia Brough, Sharna Rose and staff member Sarah Merris. Back is Curriculum Manager of Health and Social Care and Public Services Tim Binns and Public Service student Liam Radford.
Launch of Sparkle Night Walk, Ashgate Hospice's biggest fundraiser of the year. Pictured front l-r are Level 2 Health and Social Care students from Chesterfield College, Giorgia Brough, Sharna Rose and staff member Sarah Merris. Back is Curriculum Manager of Health and Social Care and Public Services Tim Binns and Public Service student Liam Radford.

Did we take your picture at the Sparkle Night Walk event in Chesterfield in 2015?

This year’s Markovitz Sparkle Night Walk is going to look a bit different as the event, which is due to take place at the weekend is going virtual, but take a look at the pictures from five years ago and see who you can spot taking part in the biggest annual fundraiser for Ashgate Hospice?

By Lucy Ball
Monday, 21st September 2020, 2:55 pm

Grab your pink bunny ears and glowsticks and check out the huge crowds and see who you can spot.

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