Daily News Roundup – 4 June 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Mystery donor pledges £1m to Julia’s House to help towards new hospice

Bournemouth Echo
A Poole-based children’s charity has been given a huge boost after receiving an anonymous pledge of £1 million towards building a new hospice.

Private-led consortium vies to take over Staffordshire cancer care

Stoke Sentinel
A consortium led by a private company is the only remaining bidder to take over £687 million of NHS cancer services in Staffordshire, part of a wider £1.2 billion tender process for cancer and end of life care.

Buses, Women’s Institute and Dove Hospice

BBC Radio Leicester
Dove Hospice featured on the Jim Davis and Jo Hayward show on BBC Radio Leicester this morning.

St Michael’s Hospice chief, David Monkman, comments on end of life care reports

Basingstoke Gazette
The chief executive of a Basingstoke hospice has commented on the publication of two reports on end of life care.

A huge heartfelt thank you as new hospice opens its doors for a peek

Bourne Local
The doors of the new Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice have been opened for the first glimpse inside.

“Our Marie Curie Shop is full of activity so every day brings something different”

Marie Curie blog
Emma Thompson, a Marie Curie Shop volunteer, explains why volunteering has been so good for her.

From across ehospice editions:

Achievement in Palliative Care – measuring outcomes in Thailand

The value of volunteers

Ireland turns yellow for Hospice Sunflower Days June 5th & 6th!

From mopping floors to a fully-fledged care worker

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