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Stories about transforming end of life care at St Wilfrid's, including fundraising and much more

Warm spaces in our catchment area
As we face extremely cold weather and the rising cost of living the local community has come together across our catchment area to offer Warm Spaces.
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Seeking out views on End of Life Care
In October we were pleased to take part in Healthwatch East Sussex’s Listening Tour. What did we do? What did we find out?
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Change at the top at St Wilfrid’s
We're delighted to share the news that St Wilfrid’s Hospice will have a new Chief Executive from the beginning of next year.
Richard Coles Visits St Wilfrid’s Hospice
We were delighted to welcome Reverend Richard Coles in October to make a dedication to his partner, David, for our upcoming Lights of Love.
A patient uses resistance bands in the hospice's gym
Success stories from our Therapies Team
Maria, Mick and Pamela are all hospice outpatients who have made remarkable progress under the care of our Therapies Team.
St Wilfrid’s Hospice lottery player wins Super Draw
We were delighted to hear that a St Wilfrid’s Hospice Local Hospice Lottery player had won the £10,000 Super Draw prize in September!
Eastbourne hotelier’s world record attempt
Neil Kirby, owner of the Langham Hotel, is taking on a fundraising challenge like no other to raise money for St Wilfrid’s Hospice.
Meet our new Community Fundraiser!
Meet Michele, our new Community Fundraiser at St Wilfrid’s Hospice!
World Suicide Prevention Day 2022
The 10th September is World Suicide Prevention Day. By encouraging understanding, reaching out and sharing experiences, we want to give people the...
Running for The Seahorse Project
In October, hospice supporter Debbie will be running the Beachy Head Marathon to raise money for The Seahorse Project.
A Royal President for St Wilfrid’s
We are delighted to share that Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall has been appointed as the hospice's President.
‘Me, myself and Dad’
In September, Jon Coupe will be circumnavigating the UK on his motorcycle to raise money for the hospice in memory of his father.
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