Patrons & Ambassadors
The support of our patrons and ambassadors is invaluable to the success of our work. They help to increase the profile of our Hospice and provide their time and effort to further our cause.
The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group have established themselves as a very respected motorcycling body and have received tremendous support from not only people living in the North East of England but from all over the UK.
Baronness Tanni Grey Thompson
Baroness Grey-Thompson is a Welsh former wheelchair racer and is a parliamentarian and television presenter. She was born in Cardiff, Wales. Tanni was born with spina bifida and is a wheelchair user. She is considered to be one of the most successful disabled athletes in the UK.
Patrick Monahan is Teesside's very own Irish-Iranian stand-up comedian. Originally from Redcar, now London based won the television competition series Take the Mike in 2001 and Show Me the Funny in 2011. Patrick runs the London Marathon, Great North Run and Middlesbrough 10K annually in aid of Zoe's Place.
Mark and Cheryl Brudenell
Mark and Cheryl grew up on the doorstep of Zoë's Place in Grangetown. 16 Years ago they set up Almark Ltd - a double glazing supplier based in Stockton on Tees. Having local knowledge of the hospice and feeling passionate about the work we do, Mark and his team decided they wanted to give something back. In 2015 work began to replace the windows of Zoë's Place.
As a keen golfer Mark sponsors and attends our annual Golf Day and regularly supports our fundraising events along with his wife Cheryl. Mark and Cheryl were honoured to be asked to turn our Christmas lights on in 2016 and have become a familiar face around the hospice ever since.