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Marlene was cared for on the In-Patient Unit at the Hospice in 2016.
There are several adjectives that spring to mind when thinking of Wendy: calm, determined, fun, witty, dependable, intelligent, super-organised, a good listener.
When Stewart was referred to Hospice in the Weald he hadn't seen his daughter Emma for over 40 years. Here, they tell us how Hospice in the Weald has supported them in rebuilding their relationship and helped them both start to come to terms with Stewart's diagnosis.
Stewart and Emma
In May 2014 Glen's wife Doreen was diagnosed, after a short illness, with cancer of the oesophagus. Glen tells us how volunteering at Hospice in the Weald. Is his way of giving back
Elaine has been a Hospice in the Weald volunteer for 17 years. Here she tells us how we rely so heavily on our volunteers and why she absolutely loves her role
Jay's mum Nicola was a Hospice in the Weald patient. Here Jay explains how Hospice in the Weald ensured Nicola reclaimed some peace and dignity in her final days and provided 'a strong and caring place' of support for her and her sister
When Steve was diagnosed with terminal cancer with a horrifying suddenness, he was stunned. Here he tells us about his Hospice in the Weald journey