Daily News Roundup – 26 October 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Couple aim to break tattoo world record in memory of son who died of cancer aged just two

Wales Online
Mark and Lisa Richmond, who helped pioneer the art ‘cremation tattoos’ where ink is mixed with ashes, are attempting a world record for the most tattoos done in 24 hours to raise money for Acorns Children’s Hospice.

Hospice fundraiser helps families stay together over festive season

Bucks Herald
Rennie Grove Hospice Care has launched its Christmas fundraising appeal to help keep families at home together this festive season.

Celebrities make an impact at Rainbows

Loughborough Echo
Eastenders actress Rhakee Thakrar has become the new patron for Rainbows Hospice in Loughborough.

Boxtree Kitchen in Churchtown bought by Queenscourt Hospice

Southport Visiter
Queenscourt Hospice has today announced the successful purchase of the Boxtree Kitchen on Cambridge Road in Churchtown – it will now be known as Boxtree Kitchen for Queenscourt.

Foyle Hospice chef launches cookery book at tasty event

Derry Journal
A local chef whose spends his days finding and cooking meals for patients at the Foyle Hospice will launch his own charity cookery book.

Benefits changes could add to cancer patients’ money woes

The Guardian
More than 30,000 people with cancer rely on charity to heat their homes or buy essential items such as bedding or clothing, and some risk losing out further under the government’s benefit changes, Macmillan Cancer Support has warned.

From across ehospice editions:

St Christopher’s international bursary students help promote vision for worldwide hospice care

10 minutes with Nikki Johnston

Memories of a caregiver – Honoring voices: life after caregiving

Let’s all taise our glasses to Hope for Cancer Kids

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *