Daily News Roundup – 19 September 2014

Categories: In The Media.

St Clare Hospice calls on supporters to share the care and help shed light on the ‘H’ word

Harlow Star

St Clare Hospice is rallying its supporters as it prepares to celebrate next month’s national Hospice Care Week.

Christmas start on the cards if new Arthur Rank Hospice plans get go-ahead

Cambridge News

Pre-construction work could start on the new Arthur Rank Hospice facility as early as Christmas if permission is granted by South Cambridgeshire District Council, with the new facility fully open by 2016.

Hospice bosses back bid for better care

The St Helens Reporter

Bosses at Willowbrook Hospice are backing a ground-breaking programme aimed at cutting the number of people dying unnecessarily in hospitals.

More research is needed into the benefits of involving volunteers in end of life care

Marie Curie blog

Bridget Candy, Cochrane Research Fellow, Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Unit, on a recent review of the impact volunteers can have on the wellbeing of people living with a terminal illness and their families.

Fundraisers too bound up by red tape, says Unicef fundraising director

Civil Society

Fundraisers are too bound up by red tape which prevents them innovating, an audience of senior fundraisers heard this week

Lobbying act campaigning period for 2015 general election begins

Third Sector

The period regulated by the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act for next year’s poll starts today.

And so there must come an end

Huffington Post

Final blog by Charlotte Kitley, who passed away this week after writing regularly about her experiences with bowel cancer.

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