Aidan takes over Twitter for Volunteer's Week

On Volunteer's Week 2018 our Twitter account was taken over by Aidan, a former Young Clinical Volunteer, as he shared his unique view on volunteering at St Wilfrid'sRead more

Open Gardens at Friston Place a sunny success

Our Open Gardens last weekend was in sight of the Seven Sisters and the classic beauty of the setting was matched only by the glorious weatherRead more

We need YOUR feedback about KAPOW!

Please tell us how YOU enjoyed KAPOW! All feedback is welcome - we'd love to make our events even betterRead more

Vote for our hospice in Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year awards!

We're up for Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year awards and we'd love YOUR HELP to win! Vote hereRead more

KAPOW Photo Gallery 2018

We had an AMAZING time with the 500+ people who ran KAPOW! with us - we've saved the memories in this photo galleryRead more

'I'm so glad I had the chance to see the hospice gardens.'

Sylvia, a patient on the Inpatient Unit, wanted a tour of the hospice gardens and the ward nurses on shift kindly arranged itRead more

‘The hospice felt like home’

‘I was amazed at how hospice care went beyond care for the patient. At every step, the family was involved and after Mike died I was offered some counselling. I didn’t think I needed it, but it helped me no end.’Read more

[email protected] makes £93,000 for St Wilfrid's

[email protected] returned last week and made an incredible £89,000! That's £36,000 more than in 2017 as bids online and at the event helped us to our best ever total.Read more

Longleys Farmhouse Open Studio

With 15 participating mixed-media artists the lovely Longleys Farmhouse Open Studio event is here again for two weekends in June 2018!Read more

Thank you, Jane!

One of the loveliest and most approachable faces on the staff said farewell to St Wilfrid's last week - Jane, one of the amazing cleaners on team, said farewell to us in styleRead more

Hospice UK Roadshow visits St Wilfrid's

We were joined in our Education Suite and hospice today by representatives from numerous hospices in the south of England and the Hospice UK teamRead more

Open Gardens: Framfield Grange a sunny success!

Our Open Garden at Framfield Grange felt like a preview of high summer as a glorious sunny day blessed the assembled volunteers and visitors!Read more

Knitting together - friendship in our Wellbeing course

Ian, a Wellbeing patient, has made a tea cozy for a friend he first met at St Wilfrid's. This labour of love has been a talking point around the hospice for weeks!Read more

Thanks, Darren!

Community Fundraising manager Darren Maylam says goodbye to St Wilfrid's after 3 years with us!Read more

Crafty Friday explores Positive Petri Dishes

Today in Crafty Friday we explored Positive Petri Dishes and how they can help grow productive thoughts and erode the bad onesRead more

Dave dives 10,000ft to defy pancreatic cancer

Despite stage 4 pancreatic cancer, Dave Fox-Dossett took on the challenge of a heroic 10,000ft skydive for the hospice!Read more

How do space and place affect what we think?

We were joined by John Harries, a current PhD candidate and former consultant, to discuss how space and place affects how people react to locations such as hospices - what he calls 'contemporary archaeology'Read more

Big Futures Show at Eastbourne Sports Park

Today we showcased the best and brightest of the hospice at the Big Futures Show at Eastbourne Sports Park - a gathering of employers from across East Sussex looking to generate excitement about potential career paths for young peopleRead more

'I ran in the first London Marathon in '81.. now I'm cheering on St Wilfrid's runners in 2018!'

In 1981 Brian Knight ran the first ever London Marathon as a dare and now he's back to cheer on our runners April 22nd 2018 at the finish lineRead more

Clair celebrates important asbestos legal victory

Clair has donated £12,000 from a legal battle over her husband's asbestos-related cancer to our hospice. Here she shares her thoughts and feelings on a hard but victorious time for her familyRead more