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Stories about enabling people to live well at end of life, including fundraising journeys and more.

Why I love my job: Kate
Kate is as a Registered Nurse at At Wilfrid's. Find out what she loves about her job.
Our Christmas Gala speaker shares her story
Helen Foster talks about the care her husband Philip received from us, both at home and in the hospice.
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Bereavement support during the festive period
Offering bereavement support and advice during the festive period We recognise that this can be a very difficult time for many people.
Lightning Fibre supports St Wilfrid’s as a Platinum Partner
At the start of 2023, Lightning Fibre committed to raising over £5,000 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice, making them a Platinum Business Partner.
Amateur pianist raises £65k for St Wilfrid’s
An amateur pianist who achieved his life-long ambition to perform Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto has raised more than £65,000 for St Wilfrid’s
Nurse takes on Hospices to Holland cycle challenge in memory of brother
When Nurse Kate Watkins threw open the curtains to reveal her birthday present from her husband, she was surprised to see a new bike.
Hospice celebrates business supporters at awards evening
St Wilfrid’s Hospice has recognised local business supporters at a special Charity Champion Awards evening.
Sign-ups encouraged for Hospices to Holland cycling challenge
St Wilfrid’s has teamed up with St Michael’s Hospice to offer the cycling challenge of a lifetime and raise vital funds for hospice care.
Patients offered virtual visits
Hospice patient group attendees have been enjoying the opportunity to try out a virtual reality headset to take them to faraway places.
Daredevil pensioner’s charity skydive
Daredevil David Edwards jumped out of a plane at over 10,000 feet to raise money for the hospice.
Youngster’s singing concert raises vital funds for hospice
Nine-year-old Lissy Read has raised an incredible £448 for St Wilfrid's Hospice after organising a music and singing concert in memory of her Dad.
Patient’s family praises hospice
As Ron Livermore watched the mother duck trooping her little chicks around the gardens at St Wilfrid’s Hospice, it amused him enormously.
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