Daily News Roundup – 24 June 2014

Categories: In The Media.

EllenorLions Hospice in Northfleet could change its name

Kent Online

EllenorLions Hospice could be set to change its name – a plan that has upset some at the Lions Club.

Second Pilgrims Hospice boss Richard Morey to leave

BBC News

A second executive has resigned from Pilgrims Hospice in Kent, which abandoned plans to close inpatient beds following a public outcry. 

Lincoln family raise £11,000 after St Barnabas Hospice onesie walk

Lincolnshire Echo

A Lincoln family has raised £11,000 for St Barnabas Hospice a hospice after taking part in a charity onesie walk.

South Devon hospice introduces new loyalty reward scheme

Western Morning News

Rowcroft Hospice is rolling out a brand new loyalty scheme into its shops to thank customers for their support, encourage repeat custom and boost sales.

Mum dying of cancer faces another battle over school places for her children

Bournemouth Echo

A cancer-stricken mum appealing for her two little boys to be together  at school has been flatly denied by Dorset County Council. 

Survival rate lottery for lung cancer patients

Herald Scotland

Survival rates from lung cancer in Scotland are among the worst in Europe, according to a new report by the UK Lung Cancer Coalition which highlights a postcode lottery in mortality rates.

Proud to be a fundraising trustee

Institute of Fundraising

In this blog, Paul Marvell reflects on whether he is proud to be a fundraiser or simply proud to fundraise.

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