A documentary about the work of Northern’s Ireland Children’s Hospice was shown on BBC NI last night. This article focuses on one of the families featured, Siobhan and Colin Ball, from Crumlin, and their son Caelainn, and you can watch the documentary on BBC iPlayer.
The ‘Your Hospice Lottery’, which already supports the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and St Helena Hospice, will now also benefit The J’s Hospice, Salisbury Hospice, Cynthia Spencer Hospice and Cransley Hospice.
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