Daily News Roundup – 25 September 2015

Categories: In The Media.

‘It’s an honour to work with Loros’

Leicester Mercury
For more than 15 years, the Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire, Jennifer, Lady Gretton has had the honour of being president of Loros Hospice. As the charity celebrates its 30th birthday, Lady Gretton talks about her time as president and how she became involved with the Groby Road Hospice.

Living with Dying: Finding care and compassion at the end of life

Nursing Times
Nursing Times reviews Margaret McCartney’s book ‘Living with Dying: Finding care and compassion at the end of life’.

Grub’s up and it’s ‘Delish’ says Foyle Hospice head chef Bill

Derry Journal
It was while watching the 2003 movie ‘Intermission,’ that the head chef at the Foyle Hospice got the inspiration for the title of his new cook book. ‘Delish,’ by Bill Duncan, will be launched at a special cookery demonstration at the Waterside Theatre on 5 November.

Stars turn out to raise funds for new Glasgow hospice

Herald Scotland
A host of celebrities have gathered in London to raise funds for a new Prince and Princess of Wales hospice in Glasgow.

You can choose new middle name for Castle Vale man raising cash for Erdington’s John Taylor Hospice

Sutton Coldfield Observer
What’s in a name? Well for one man there’s the hope of raising lots of cash for Erdington’s John Taylor Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

Death has 100% success rate. Pain should not.

Palliative care for children highlighted as a right in recent UN report

Targeting the youth in cancer advocacy

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