Daily News Roundup – 11 August 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Cancer survivors and carers say rehab programme is a ‘godsend’

Warrington Guardian
Users of the service were speaking at an event to raise awareness of We’re Positive, which consists of two programmes which offer physical and psychological support delivered by St. Rocco’s Hospice and LiveWire.

From Harrods to hospice shops, retail boss has seen it all

The Leader
John Donnelly is the retail development manager for Nightingale House Hospice in Wrexham. In the two years he has been working for the charity, the number of shops has increased from six to 10.

ITV’s Love Your Garden presenter Alan Titchmarsh builds garden for Milton Keynes charity

One MK
Keech Hospice Care, a Milton Keynes-based charity had a special visit from the UK’s most famous gardener, Alan Titchmarsh, who spent a week turning a piece of unused land into a wildlife garden.

180 sunflowers planted in memory of former St Catherine’s Hospice patients

Crawley News
The planting of 180 “sunflowers” which celebrate the lives of lost loved ones have helped St Catherine’s Hospice raise more than £7,000.

Eddie Howe shows support for Julia’s House at debut game

Bournemouth Echo
AFC Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe showed his support for a Dorset hospice as Cherries made their Premier League bow on Saturday.

From across ehospice editions:

Innovative model for palliative care emerging in rural North India

Why we need a human rights framework for the end of life

Palliative care home visits in Uganda with Joyce and Jane

“I don’t have time for this!” New book on caring for ageing parents by Canadian author

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