Daily News Roundup – 13 November 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Wales the ‘only UK country’ to provide 24/7 end of life care

ITV News
A new Welsh Government report says Wales is the only country in the UK to provide round-the-clock support and advice for people approaching the end of their lives.

Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospice helped terminally ill man return home

Derbyshire Times
A brave Ashgate Hospice patient, who has been diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer, has told how a stay with the charity helped him to return home.

Delivering our nursing services with local hospices to provide co-ordinated care

Marie Curie blog
We work in partnership with independent hospices across the UK, to help people living with a terminal illness and their families get the right kind of care and support, where and when they need it.

TV presenter Joanne Malin opens the Primrose Hospice’s new Rubery furniture shop

Bromsgrove Standard
BBC TV presenter Joanne Malin this week officially opened a new Primrose Hospice furniture shop in Rubery.

Support for hospice campaign travels 700 miles to south Germany

Watford Observer
Support for a hospice campaign travelled 700 miles away to south Germany when 11-year-old Georgina Jenkins decided to hold a purple tea party in memory of her gran.

Hospice service to light up the lake

Oldham Evening Chronicle
Colourful floating lanterns will illuminate Alexandra Park’s boating lake as part of Dr Kershaw Hospice’s first multi-faith service of remembrance on Saturday.

From across ehospice editions:

Rachel House children’s hospice to take palliative care awareness campaign worldwide

World Religion Charter for Children’s Palliative Care launched in Rome

Grief – Your heart will always be a little bit broken