Daily News Roundup – 29 September 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Great place for old memories and new friends

Evening Times

A former Rangers player and the nephew of legendary Liverpool manager Bill Shankly has praised the friendships he has made at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.

Patients admitted to newly refurbished Bolton Hospice

The Bolton News

Bolton Hospice has started to admit patients into its new and refurbished facilities.

Jessie May children’s charity expands its operation to Bath

BBC News

Jessie May, which provides hospice care at home across Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, is to expand to cover Bath.

Five ‘easy’ things you can do to help hospice

This is Local London

Michael Sobell Hospice at Northwood is inviting people to support its #5easythings campaign during Hospice Care Week, 6-12 October.

Lead GP suggests opening ‘death cafe’ to improve end of life care in town

Crawley Observer

A doctor has suggested opening a ‘death cafe’ to help the town’s health services plan around how and where people would prefer to die.

Lynda Bellingham says she plans to die after one more family Christmas

The Guardian

Actor Lynda Bellingham has said she will soon end her chemotherapy treatment, allowing her to die after spending one more Christmas with family.

The Labour row over assisted dying could be mortal blow to Miliband’s campaign

Sunday Express

Ed Miliband is at the centre of a dispute over plans to allow MPs a free vote on assisted dying.

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