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08 / February / 2017

Herd of the Hospice?

Introducing Herd of the Hospice?

We are delighted to announce the much anticipated Herd of the Hospice? campaign as seen on BBC South East Today (Link below).

Herd of the Hospice? is a major public art installation and fundraising campaign for Hospice in the Weald. From July until October 2017, a herd of uniquely decorated horse sculpture...

26 / January / 2017

Assembly Hall Theatre raises £7000 in Christmas Appeal

A huge thank you to Assembly Hall Theatre for raising over £7000 for us during their pantomime performances of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs! We would like to extend our gratitude to everyone who generously donated as it is with your support that we are able to continue to provide our compassionate, individualised, holistic and supportive care to our patients, their families a...

25 / January / 2017

Forget Me Not Fundraiser returns

Following the success of our Forget Me Not fundraiser last year, which raised over £14,000 for the Hospice our patients, families, carers and staff have been busy making the beautiful ceramic Forget Me Nots, ready to be displayed in May across West Kent and East Sussex. 

On Saturday 21st January, 11am-2pm, we are holding an open making session and invite you to come along to ...

24 / January / 2017

Forget Me Not Open Making Sessions

Our Forget Me Not fundraiser is back!

Following the success of the campaign last year - which raised over £14,000 for the Hospice - our patients, families, carers and staff have been busy making the beautiful Forget Me Not flowers again, ready to be displayed in May across West Kent and East Sussex.

Everyone who attended our first open making session, held here at the...

18 / November / 2016

Cottage Hospice gets go ahead

Britain’s first Cottage Hospice came a step closer when designs were unanimously approved by Wealden District Council’s planning committee.

Construction can now go ahead for the 10-bedroom hospice on the site currently occupied by the Church of the Good Shepherd in Mayfield Road, Five Ashes. It has been set up by Hospice in the Weald to give terminally ill patients access to...

10 / August / 2016

Cottage Hospices - a new model of care

Rob Woolley, Chief Executive at Hospice in the Weald, is delighted to publicly announce that the UKs first Cottage Hospice will be located in Five Ashes, East Sussex.

Following coverage in the Kent and Sussex Courier about developing new models of care to provide the bes...