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

Hospice offers life story writing service
Would you like to tell your life story to one of our volunteers?
Fundraising youngsters find new way to raise £800 for the hospice
Jacob, 8 and Arlo, 5, approached businesses around Eastbourne asking them to donate prizes to their very own raffle.
Care for the Carers shining a spotlight on East Sussex carers, this Carers Week
From the 5th-11th June we are celebrating Carers Week.
Dying Matters Week: books to support with bereavement
Counselling Services Lead, Ella Williams, talks about bereavement in the workplace and gives her book recommendations to support those facing grief.
A virtual trip to Egypt for Juliette
The team at St Wilfrid's Hospice found a way to give Juliette a taste of Egypt during her stay on the Inpatient Unit
Honouring a brother’s memory with a fundraising challenge
46 year old Gavin Pike has trekked across Iceland in memory of his brother, raising £3,635 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice.
Community Engagement Update – March Edition
We have been delighted to continue meeting local organisations and to share and learn the many ways in which we can all support our community.
A very special wedding
A wedding at the hospice earlier this year was extra special for one of our nurses who had the honour of being the registrar
Sunrise walks for Shawn
Hailsham resident Kerry Knight is taking on a five-day walking challenge in honour of her husband Shawn, who died of kidney cancer in 2017.
You will get more out of it than you will put in
Bob, who volunteers in one of our shops, shares why he volunteers and what he gets out of it
A group of 6 young people holding certificates
Hospice celebrates successes of Young Clinical Volunteers
St Wilfrid’s Hospice hosted an event on Tuesday 14th March to celebrate the success of their latest cohort of Young Clinical Volunteers.
Why menopause matters at St Wilfrid’s
This International Women's Day we look at one of the groups set up to help women working and volunteering at St Wilfrid's Hospice
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