Daily News Roundup – 11 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Falklands veteran Simon Weston visits Marie Curie hospice in Newcastle

Chronicle Live
Falklands veteran Simon Weston made a special trip to Tyneside to raise awareness of the work of the Marie Curie hospice.

Hospice to stage acclaimed thought provoking dementia play

South London Press
A thought-provoking play exploring how a dementia diagnosis can impact on families is set to be staged. The acclaimed Don’t Leave Me Now by Brian Daniels will be performed at St Christopher’s Hospice in Sydenham on Thursday 19 November.

Plans for more beds at Wisbech hospital

Fenland Citizen
More palliative care beds could be created at North Cambridgeshire Hospital in a bid to make more of the Wisbech site.

How to be calm about dying

BBC Radio 4
David Schneider talks to Palliative Care consultant Kathryn Mannix about the process of dying, and how by accepting and understanding you can experience a ‘good death’.

St Richard’s Hospice urging people to give to the charity while they shop online

Worcester News
St Richard’s Hospice is calling on Worcester people to use their online shopping power to raise funds for the charity, at no extra cost.

Trees of Light will shine to help Myton Hospices care for patients

Kenilworth Weekly News
Donations made to this year’s Leamington Rotary Club Trees of Light campaign will help Myton Hospice patients like Avril Gear.

From across ehospice editions:

The cost of caring – Ephrem’s story

Opioid Price Watch project launches its second round

Dying at home a more likely option for people living in Perth

Charities join forces to fund research into cancer, diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimers

Broken yet holding on

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