Daily News Roundup – 22 June 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Why Father’s Day is extra special to hospice families

Belfast Telegraph
To mark Father’s Day, two local dads give their perspective on what it is like to care for a child who is life-limited and the role Northern Ireland’s Children’s Hospice has played in their lives.

Assembly member visits Marie Curie hospice

Penarth Times
Vaughan Gething visited the Cardiff and the Vale Marie Curie hospice on Friday, 12 June, to learn about how people with terminal illnesses are cared for in the constituency.

Vintage wedding dress donated to charity shop with love note sells on eBay

ITV News
A vintage wedding dress donated to St Gemma’s Hospice charity shop with a ‘beautiful’ love note has sold on eBay for £2,910.

EastEnders’ and Casualty’s hospice care depictions are outdated, says St Giles Hospice

Lichfield Mercury
St Giles Hospice is at the forefront a campaign to challenge outdated depictions of hospice care on two recent BBC programmes.

Bradford hospice to get £3,400 after solicitors win care costs from cancer patient’s former employer

Telegraph & Argus
The Marie Curie Hospice in Bradford will get £3,400 after solicitors won care costs from a former employer of one of its patients.

Julie Peasgood: Grimsby hospice provides invaluable care for adults & children

Grimsby Telegraph
St Andrew’s Hospice communications manager Lucy Wood catches up with actress Julie Peasgood about her career, her love of Grimsby and her long connection with St Andrew’s

From across ehospice editions:

The Dutch Paediatric Association makes decision on euthanasia for all children

From grief stems hope

More than just a ‘charity shop’

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