Daily News Roundup – 23 February 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Naomi House shortlisted for design award

Hampshire Chronicle
Some of Hampshire’s most recognisable new developments, including Naomi House, are going head to head in a prestigious awards competition.

St Neots mum Rebecca Durham urges support for Cambridge hospice which helped her baby Taylah

Cambridge News
A mum whose baby died aged just nine months from a rare disorder has joined a campaign to encourage volunteers at East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) which has a branch at Milton.

Newlyweds tie the knot at a hospice alongside poorly father-of-the-bride

Reading Chronicle
Newlyweds who planned their big day in a week so the ill father-of-the-bride could be present tied the knot at Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice yesterday.

New St Richard’s Hospice shop in Malvern Link offers fresh volunteering opportunities

Malvern Gazette
Staff at a refurbished hospice shop in Malvern Link are getting ready to welcome eager shoppers when it reopens its doors on Friday.

Purple Rolls Royce rolls up to give Butterwick patient Angel a day to remember

Gazette Live
Rainy weather could not dampen the enthusiasm of seven-year-old hospice patient Angel Williams as she enjoyed a day out to remember in a purple Rolls Royce. The car, donated by Rolls Royce Motors, has been helping children’s hospices across the UK raise funds and awareness.

From across ehospice editions:

Countries across Asia Pacific receive syringe driver donations from Australia

Dying to know: situating death education in schools

Evidence-based quality indicators for spiritual care released

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