Daily News Roundup – 24 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

“His last words to me: ‘you are my hero and I love you’.”

Marie Curie blog
Marie Curie Nurse Julie Davis was inspired to work in palliative care after supporting her partner through terminal illness.

Crunch meeting called in bid to finally open children’s hospice

This is Lancashire
A meeting will take place next week that could impact on the future of Grace’s Place children’s hospice.

Death Café London: Discuss the end of life on Easter

Evening Standard
Following the success of a crowdfunding campaign, London is due to get its first permenent Death Café soon. In the meantime a pop-up will arrive in Shoreditch on Easter Monday.

Optimus Con comes to Bristol

The Bristol Post
Organiser of Comic Con Russell Palmer is to donate 10% of sales to St Peter’s Hospice.

“It’s like a huge family”: St Helena Hospice volunteer shares her experience

Daily Gazette
Bev Adams, one of St Helena Hospice’s long standing volunteer receptionists, describes her average day.

From across the ehospice editions:

Perinatal bereavement care – building the body of research in Ireland

Running for Africa

Uniting to end TB

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