Daily News Roundup – 8 June 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Campaign launched for a £3m hospice at James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston

Eastern Daily Press
A campaign has been launched to build an end-of-life hospice in the grounds of the James Paget University Hospital at Gorleston.

On its coming-of-age birthday, here are 18 reasons we should be thankful for The Martlets Hospice

The Argus
The Martlets Hospice is celebrating its 18th birthday. But the charity, which is based in Wayfield Avenue, Hove, is facing one of the toughest periods in its history.

Army of volunteers thanked by Walsall hospice during dedicated week

Walsall Advertiser
St Giles Walsall Hospice is saying a massive thank you to hard-working volunteers who have helped support its staff and patients, as it marks a week-long celebration.

Pick up drivers are at heart of charity

Swindon Advertiser
Dynamic duo John Foster and Bruce Lawrence are part of a dedicated team of volunteers who represent Prospect Hospice.

Patients thank Weldmar staff

Dorset Echo
Some of the patients helped by Weldmar Hospicecare Trust have paid tribute to the volunteers who help run the trust as part of Volunteers’ Week.

We all have to face up to death – but many of us are not very good at it

The Guardian
Human mortality is, of course, no secret, and yet I suspect that a lot of people consider it to be something that happens to other people, writes Guardian columnist Deborah Orr.

From across ehospice editions:

Where palliative care meets human rights

A boyfriend too good to be true

Family carers to be celebrated during Carers Week

New study identifies challenges for family caregivers

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