Daily News Roundup – 9 July 2015

Categories: In The Media.

A Budget full of implications for the voluntary sector

NCVO blog
The Budget will have far reaching implications for charities and their beneficiaries, despite few new measures directed specifically at the voluntary sector.

Hospice disappointed after Bosham parish council objects to plan

Portsmouth News
St Wilfrid’s Hospice has responded to Bosham Parish Council’s objections to its plans for a new £12 million development in the village.

Beedon teenager aims to raise £1m for hospice

Newbury Today
A Beedon teenager battling personal odds is hoping her ‘virtual hugs’ fundraiser for Alexander Devine children’s hospice will light up social media networks.

Terminally ill Eastbourne mum calls for more support for hospice

Eastbourne Herald
A terminally-ill mother of four from Eastbourne, has spoken about the need for others to support St Wilfrid’s Hospice.

Kitchen garden will provide for the future at Thorpe Hall

Bourne Local
An abandoned patch of the grounds at Thorpe Hall Hospice is set to be transformed into a sustainable kitchen garden as part of a community project supported by local businesses.

After Garden House Hospice team takes Herts title, who will win in volunteer honours in Cambs

Royston Crow
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Hertfordshire Valuing Volunteers Awards – top honours went to the team from the Garden House Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

Dying To Know Day 8 August – seeking a global conversation for action

Cardiff conference begins on a high note

Meet Stepping Stone’s Hospice newly appointed patron

We Honor Veterans program recognized with ASAE Summit Award

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