Physiotherapy clinic raises £260 for Rowans Hospice through raffle, taking the total amount raised to £7,000


A physiotherapy practice has reached a fundraising milestone.

Rowlands Castle-based physiotherapy practice, Physio-logical has just hit £7,000 raised for Rowans Hospice.

To celebrate its 14th anniversary, the firm held a raffle at its Stansted Park clinic with all proceeds going to the Rowans Hospice and total ticket sales reached £260.

The winner of the raffle received a hamper packed full of treats from the local Stansted Farm Shop, as well as physiotherapy equipment, a free session at Physio-logical and more.

Founder, clinical director and chartered physiotherapist, Natalie March said: ‘The Rowans Hospice holds a very special place in our hearts and as a family we have enjoyed taking part in many fundraising events to support the incredible work they do there.’

Natalie and her team have a history of raising money for Rowans, with the hospice being very close to her and her family’s heart.

In 2018 they raised £650 doing the Great South Run and in 2021 they raised £4k through Natalie completing a marathon, a bake off challenge with her children, Henry and Phoebe, and the Three Peaks Challenge with her husband Lee.

In between this Natalie also took part in the Gosport half marathon which raised £570, and Physio-logical also regularly takes in donations at the clinic.

Natalie said: ‘My mother-in-law Lesley March sadly lost her fight to cancer in April 2018, she was only 60 years old. Everyone at the Rowans Hospice cared for Lesley and the whole family so well. She was admitted for symptom control in July 2017 and they were a great help then too. Eventually, she was admitted for end-of-life care and sadly passed away in April.

‘The support given to our whole family has been brilliant so I wanted to give something back and will continue to do so.’

You can read more about the firm’s fundraising efforts at

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