Daily News Roundup – 2 November 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Liverpool Care Pathway – Minister will listen to concerns

BBC News

It is “completely wrong” for terminally ill patients to be put on a “pathway” to death without relatives being consulted, a health minister has said.

Public trust in charities has increased in the past year, study reveals

Third Sector

Joe Saxton of nfpSynergy says the Charity Commission and the sector still have more to do raise levels of confidence.

Live Debate – the changing role of trustees and charity boards

The Guardian, voluntary sector network 

From 1-3pm on Tuesday 6 November a live debate to discuss trustees and the contribution they make to their charities.

New support service for the bereaved

Worcester News

A free new service giving support to people who need help after losing a loved one has been launched by St Richard’s Hospice.

Bring a Bin Full for Dougie Mac

My Tunstall

Douglas Macmillan Hospice is launching an innovative promotion to encourage local people to sort out their pre-loved clothes and shoes in the lead up to Christmas.

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