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

‘An uncrushable spirit’
Wendy Early shares her husband's experience receiving end of life care from St Wilfrid's and how he is being remembered.
Sunshine Moments
Hospice supporter Kerry Knight has published a book of poetry in memory of her husband and will be donating £1 of each sale to St Wilfrid's.
‘Being here feels like the best thing that has ever happened to me’
Former MasterChef winner Peter Bayless is currently receiving care in our Inpatient Unit. He has shared his experience so far.
Making our care more dementia friendly
Over the last year we have been making improvements around the hospice to make our care more inclusive for those with dementia.
Support for all the family
One family share how the hospice has been supporting them beyond the patient's direct care, including with Learning Disability support.
‘Nobody should ever suffer’
Registered Nurse Charlotte shares what she values the most about her role on the Inpatient Unit.
‘A truly valuable service’
Pete Constanti shares how our Bereavement Support Service has helped him to process the death of his mum, Maureen.
A skydive for Sue
Hospice supporter Wendy shares why she is taking on a fundraising challenge completely out of her comfort zone.
The Dave Goodman Special
In August 2022, Andrew Banfield is going to be racing his 54-year-old motorcycle along the Bonneville Salt Flats while raising money for hospice care.
‘I wanted to devote my time to help people at the end of life’
St Wilfrid's volunteer, Gazala, has devoted her time to help people at the end of life and to raise awareness of death and dying.
Brass band celebrate patient’s 80th birthday
Local brass band Wealden Brass visited St Wilfrid's Hospice recently to celebrate a patient’s 80th birthday.
‘Complementary Therapies are invaluable’
To mark National Complementary Therapy Week 2022, one of our volunteer Therapists shares what she finds most rewarding about her role.
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