Daily News Roundup – 10 August 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Hospice extends a helping hand to minority communities

Herald Scotland
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice now boasts 60 ethnic volunteers and has developed relationships with religious leaders of many different faiths, and, as it seeks funding for a new purpose-built hospice in Bellahouston Park, it is hoping to expand its outreach programme.

Children’s hospices hit by cut to funding

Sunday Express
Children’s hospices have suffered a severe cut to funding levels under the SNP, despite a written agreement to pay a quarter of annual running costs from the public purse.

New man in charge at Eden Valley Hospice

In Cumbria
Bill Mumford arrived on Monday to take over from Janet Ferguson, who has retired from the role of chief executive after five years at the charity, based on the city’s Durdar Road.

Hartlepool dad who lost wife and eldest child in accident backs grief counselling campaign

Hartlepool Mail
It is five years since Ian Richardson lost his wife and eldest daughter in a road accident. Ever since, he has raised money in their memory by setting up a charity called the Jo & Mya Memorial Fund. Now, money from the fund will pay for two counsellors to be taken on by Hartlepool & District Hospice.

Bromsgrove-based hospice unveils new children’s garden

Bromsgrove Advertiser
Primrose Hospice has unveiled a stunning new children’s garden. The garden has been designed by award winning local designer Olivia Kirk, and is intended to offer a safe space for children to help them explore their feelings whilst dealing with bereavements.

Top Gear prize donated by Chris Evans helps Boro children’s charity raise £58,000

Gazette Live
The head of performance engineering at Williams Formula 1, Rob Smedley, called on some of his best known friends to ensure Zoe’s Place, the children’s hospice based in Normanby Hall, raised such a huge sum at an event in Wynyard Hall, Teesside.

Tibetan flag hot air balloon nearly crashes into St Peter’s Hospice in Bristol

Western Daily Press
Onlookers witnessed a very near miss on Friday morning as a hot air balloon narrowly avoided colliding with the Long Ashton offices of Bristol charity St Peter’s Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

Hidden lives of children with genetic conditions highlighted in World Day Report

The vet will see you now

Solving the myths about palliative care

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