Daily news roundup – 25 April 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Children’s hospice shines spotlight on Grantham church to promote its new look

Grantham Journal
As St Andrew’s Hospice celebrates the completion of a two-year £6.5 million redevelopment and a new look for the charity, local building have been bathed in light as part of its #under1roof project.

New choir launched by St Catherine’s Hospice – and you can join it

Crawley News
The new choir will be open to patients, carers, staff, volunteers and members of the community.

Northern Ireland Hospice want your help to name their new cafe

Belfast Live
The Northern Ireland Hospice are calling on the public to help it decide on a new name for their cafe, due to open soon inside their brand new hospice in North Belfast.

Charity tribunal strikes out Hospice Aid UK appeal

Third Sector
The charity tribunal has struck out an appeal by the grant-giving body Hospice Aid UK, which sought to force the Charity Commission to make Hospice UK change its name.

What can we learn from bereaved relatives in England?

Marie Curie blog
Once again, the National Survey of Bereaved People (VOICES) shows that improvements are needed to end of life care across different settings in England.

In their own words – the colourful life of hospice and palliative care volunteers in Europe

EAPC blog
Ros Scott and Leena Pelttari, co-chairs of the European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) Task Force on Volunteering in Hospice and Palliative Care, introduce an exciting new project where hospice volunteers will tell their stories.

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