Daily News Roundup – 22 October 2015

Categories: In The Media.

IDS praises ‘fantastic work’ of children’s hospice on visit

Wanstead & Woodford Guardian
Woodford Green’s MP was shown around the facilities at Haven House Children’s Hospice in a visit last week.

Children’s hospice Grace’s Place to have finances reviewed before it has even opened

Manchester Evening News
The finances of a new children’s hospice are being reviewed to see if it is viable – before it has even opened. The facility, called Grace’s Place, is set to serve families with sick children in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale and North Manchester.

Sons secretly restore Plymouth man’s vintage motorbike after he goes into hospice

Plymouth Herald
A Plymouth family have brought their sick father’s “pride and joy” back to life after restoring a rare vintage motorbike. Reg Rowe, from Estover, was forced to abandon his dreams of restoring the classic 1958 Matchless 500cc motorcycle after being admitted to St Luke’s.

We’re celebrating Marie Curie

Marie Curie blog
At Marie Curie, we have around 2,700 nursing and clinical staff who do amazing work every day, caring for people with a terminal illness and their loved ones. In our field of work, the people we care for don’t have a lot of time left, so it’s about making each moment count.

Antique valuation in aid of Ty Gobaith children’s hospice

Daily Post
A team of antiques specialists is coming to mid Wales on a mission to find another treasure similar to a £180,000 table discovered in 1998.

From across ehospice editions:

Palliative care expert to advise new Severe Behaviour Response Teams

Integrating the law and patients’ rights to palliative care

The Door