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Cold water dipper raises more than £7k
A hospice supporter who took a five minute dip in cold water every day for a month has raised more than £7,000.
Student social worker shares feedback on hospice placement
Madeleine is studying at The University of Brighton and spent a few days at the hospice.
Rainbow Runners share reasons for signing up
The St Wilfrid's Hospice Rainbow Run returns on 18th May, and participants have been sharing why they'll be taking part.
Young volunteers celebrate hospice experience
Young Clinical Volunteers who have spent six months at St Wilfrid's learning about end of life care have taken part in a graduation ceremony.
Eastbourne Half Marathon siblings share story
Just a few days after losing Mum Alison to cancer, siblings Naomi, Elena and Joshua South ran Eastbourne Half Marathon in aid of the hospice.
Hospice offers free will writing seminars
St Wilfrid's Hospice is holding a series of free will writing seminars over the coming months.
St Wilfrid’s was there when we needed them
When 59 year old Dave was diagnosed with prostate cancer a hospice was the last place he thought he needed. But when his condition got worse St Wilfri
Platinum partners ECF Car Care blog
ECF Car Care is a platinum partner, which means they pledge to raise £5,000 for the hospice during the year.
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Endometriosis Action Month at St Wilfrid’s Hospice
As March is Endometriosis Action Month, our Corporate Fundraiser, Debra, has kindly shared her story with us about her endometriosis journey.
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Get Fit and Raise Vital Funds for Hospice Care with Swim the Distance
Beth tells us about her experience with Swim the Distance and how she and her friends got on with the challenge last year.
Take the plunge to support hospice care
Swimmers are being encouraged to take the plunge to raise vital funds for St Wilfrid's.
It’s all about the cuddles at hospice next week
Can you imagine not being able to lie on a bed and cuddle with someone you love, just because you’re ill?
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