North Devon Gazette
North Devon Hospice’s brand new building has opened in Holsworthy after nearly two years of planning. It will offer care and support to people in the surrounding area, without the need for a two-hour round trip to the main hospice site in Barnstaple.
The Commisioning Review
Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will add four more beds to Bolton Hospice, partly using £225,000 that was raised through a buy-a-brick campaign.
The ‘hospice within a hospital’ at Grantham and District hospital has been awarded a palliative care hero award 2015.
The daughter of a brave cancer patient has told how Chesterfield-based Ashgate Hospice gave her mother a chance to be happy again and at peace before her death.
Sue Swann knew she wanted to work at Loros. Her mum Pam Revitt was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the summer of 2002 and went into Loros two years later, where she died shortly before Christmas of that year, aged 71.
The traditionally sombre funeral is being challenged by a surge in popularity for so-called destination funerals held in gardens, sports venues and beauty spots, research suggests.
Ahead of the House of Commons debate on the Assisted Dying Bill on Friday, we roundup some of the press coverage surrounding the issue:
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