Rotherham United players Alex Revell and Dale Tonge made a surprise visit to their local children’s hospice, Bluebell Wood.
A group of students are taking on the charts with a charity single.
One Direction's Louis Tomlinson meets children and their families at Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice in Sheffield has launched a fundraising appeal with a difference. They're looking for volunteers to spend the night in jail in Doncaster.
This year’s event takes place on 20 February 2014 but the hospice need volunteers to sign up now. All "inmates" will be asked to raise £500 "bail money" before being released at the end of the day.
Local magistrate Liz Hepworth from Dronfield who took part in the event last year said: “Jail was a new experience for me, I had been responsible for sending people there as a magistrate but never been locked up myself.
“Being processed as a real prisoner was an interesting experience. I was very grateful to my friends for raising my bail and helping to raise funds for Bluebell Wood."
Anna Gott, Fundraiser at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice said: “This event is a fantastic way to raise money for the hospice and may be for the more rebellious of our supporters."
Jade Fallowfield - a runner from Wath-upon-Dearne in South Yorkshire - is taking part in the Yorkshire Marathon today in aid of Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, to thank them for caring for her 10 year-old cousin Elijah.
Elijah was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in June 2011 and sadly lost his battle in May 2012 spending his final days being cared for at Bluebell Wood.
- The Yorkshire Marathon takes place today and this much-anticipated run through the heart of York will be the biggest marathon in the whole of the white rose county.
There was a very special birthday party today for a children's hospice which just happens to have the support of one of the biggest names in pop music. The Bluebell Wood Hospice near Sheffield opened five years ago today.
Last night profits from a Doncaster Rovers reserve game went towards its fund-raising efforts. But the match was a little better attended than your average reserve match - for one big reason.. as Mark Witty reports.
Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice in Sheffield is celebrating it's fifth birthday. Fundraising began in 1998 after 11-year-old Richard Cooper died from a rare disease and longed for care outside a hospital.
World Cup referee Howard Webb recently presented a cheque to the North Anston based children's hospice close to his heart, Bluebell Wood.
Howard, who is a patron of the charity, was recently guest speaker at the Football Safety Officers Association (FSOA) 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner at Harrogate, and requested that his fee be donated to Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Howard said: "It's nice to be able to give something back to the local community and after visiting Bluebell on numerous occasions I think they are a very deserving charity.
"I really support the fantastic work they do and I'm honoured to be a patron."
World Snooker has chosen Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice in South Yorkshire as its official charity. They hope to raise over £120,000 in the next year to help the hospice care for children with life limiting conditions.
You can find out more about the hospice here.