Daily News Roundup – 28 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Isle of Man hospice founder awarded Tynwald honour

BBC News

Nadene Crowther MBE, the founder of the Isle of Man’s hospice is to be awarded Tynwald’s highest honour for “outstanding and sacrificial service to Manx life”.

Julia’s House Hospice expanding after anniversary

Bournemouth Echo

The Dorset children’s hospice is celebrating its decade with new research, neo-natal and transition services, and is using its experience to help other hospices nationwide.

Anne Williams’ family pay tribute to Queenscourt hospice after thousands raised in memory of Hillsborough mum

Liverpool Daily Post

The family of Anne Williams have paid tribute to the hospice that helped her through her final months after thousands of pounds were raised in her memory.

Long association with St Peter’s Hospice helps receptionist provide a warm welcome

This is Bristol

Walking through the doors of St Peter’s Hospice, one of the first things you will see is the friendly face of Wendy Erwood.

How Gift Aid can give a helping hand to charity shops

The Guardian

Charity shops can take advantage of new guidance issued by HMRC which has simplified Gift Aid.

Care Quality Commission ‘not fit for purpose’, says BMA

The Guardian

British Medical Association points to repeated blunders by regulator including failure to investigate claims of abuse in care.

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