Daily News Roundup – 29 April 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Superheroes visit hospice

Gainsborough Standard

To mark National Children’s Hospice week HSBC staff dressed as superheroes to entertain the children at Bluebell Wood.

Gold Awards for council-run residential homes

Dorset Newsroom

Three county council-run residential homes have been recognised for their Gold Standard end of life care this spring.

Charity Commission makes changes to decision review process

Third Sector

Regulator promises a more flexible approach to how it handles complaints and widens range of decisions that can be subject to review

Duchess of Cambridge will spend second wedding anniversary visiting children’s hospice

Evening Standard

The Duchess of Cambridge will spend part of her second wedding anniversary celebrating Children’s Hospice Week.

Also see our ehospice article about The Duchess of Cambridge’s video message for Children’s Hospice Week.

Terminally ill patients

BBC Radio 4 – You and Yours

Programme discusses whether people who are terminally ill should ever be kept in the dark about their diagnosis.

Why small charities can benefit from investing in trustee recruitment

The Guardian: Trustees hub

Commercially aware individuals from diverse backgrounds can help charities improve their decision-making and innovation.

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