Hospice offers free will writing seminars

St Wilfrid’s Hospice is holding a series of free will writing seminars.

The daytime sessions are open to anyone interested in learning more about making or changing their will, inheritance tax and power of attorney.

The dates are Thursday 18th April, Tuesday 11th June, Thursday 20th June and Thursday 11th July.

Each seminar has a different solicitor in attendance to offer help and advice. Solicitor firms taking part include Barwells, SO Legal, Parfitt Cresswell and Stephen Rimmer.

St Wilfrid’s provides high-quality care and support for people across Eastbourne and the surrounding areas with life-limiting illnesses.

Rozelyn Bristowe, the hospice’s Donor Development Manager, said: ‘Leaving a gift in your will not only provides patients’ care and comfort, but it supports everything the hospice does. Gifts in wills come in all sizes, but whatever the amount, each gift will make a very real, positive difference to the lives of patients and their families.’

The seminars are open to all and take place at St Wilfrid’s Hospice in Broadwater Way, Eastbourne. Booking is required. For more information, visit https://www.stwhospice.org/giving/wills/ or call the hospice fundraising team on 01323 434214.

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