Daily News Roundup – 23 October 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Dementia training programme scoops award

Dorset Echo
Dorset’s clinical commissioning group has been recognised for its work around end of life care.

Tightening the purse strings – how do we want world-class services to be funded?

Third Sector blog
The government and society want charities to perform but they must remember that services cost money, argues Clare Periton, CEO of Helen & Douglas House.

Arthur Rank Hospice volunteers in Cambridge celebrated at Guildhall event

Cambridge News
The efforts of the 300-strong volunteers for the Arthur Rank Hospice in Cambridge were celebrated at a special event on Wednesday evening.

Hospice marks 30th anniversary

Darlington & Stockton Times
St Teresa’s Hospice has marked its 30th anniversary with a pearl celebration that has raised thousands of pounds to support its pioneering work.

Report says Lancaster hospice offers ‘excellent care’

Lancaster Guardian
Healthwatch Lancashire have published their first ‘Enter and view’ report which shows excellent care at St John’s Hospice.

BBC Children in Need funds play area at local hospice

Liverpool Echo
Willowbrook Hospice in Prescot recently played host to Pudsey Bear as he helped open the hospice’s new outdoor children’s play area.

Hospice calls for ideas for future

Eastbourne Herald
St Wilfrid’s Hospice, has been inviting the public to have their say on services the facility provides in the future. The hospice put up a big whiteboard in the café area, The Street, and asked people to write down their ideas.

From across ehospice editions:

Positive progress in Portugal – part two

$2 million donation to Hospice Buffalo

Wisconsin health organization to cover advance care planning