Daily News Roundup – 12 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

St Wilfrid’s Hospice given green light by council to move to Bosham

Littlehampton Gazette
St Wilfrid’s Hospice has been given the thumbs up to move to Bosham, subject to a decision by the government.

Vicar praised for volunteering at Fair Havens Hospice for 30 years

Echo News
A vicar who has volunteered at a hospice for 30 years has been praised for his hard work. Volunteers and staff from Havens Hospices who provide specialist care were recognised for their efforts at a special awards ceremony.

Securing the right to excellent end of life care

Cross Rhythms
Heather Bellamy spoke with CARE about the importance of the new Palliative Care Bill to make sure everyone has access to quality end of life care.

Llandudno hospice volunteer Chantal Evans dies after car accident

Daily Post
Tributes have been paid to a St David’s Hospice volunteer who has died after a road accident. Chantal Evans was seriously injured in a collision with a van in Clarence Road, Llandudno on Monday.

Choir’s charity Christmas single to help St Michael’s Hospice

Hastings & St Leonards Observer
A choir is releasing a charity Christmas single to raise money for St Michael’s Hospice. The Magic of the Musicals choir is currently rehearsing and will be singing with Aled Jones on December 6.

Stars out in force for hospice anniversary ball in aid of ellenor, based in Northfleet

Kent Online
Hospice charity ellenor – which supports families facing terminal illness in Gravesham, Dartford and Swanley – celebrated its 30th birthday in style by holding the Orange Ball and raising £62,000.

From across ehospice editions:

Penguins hope to waddle into world record books for Richard House

How the Toronto Maple Leafs inspired me to a career in palliative care

Palliative Care Clinical Research Fellows 2015 announced


Veterans Day: Honoring America’s veterans

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