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With a busy summer behind us and exciting plans for a new season, there’s lots of news and developments to share in this edition of Hospice News. As ever, hearing the personal stories of those who have experienced our care gives a greater understanding of the difference the Hospice makes and the need for continued support.
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Here Louisa and her mum Deborah explain how the Hospice’s Living Well centre has been a welcome surprise, offering 25-year-old Louisa the chance to try new activities, develop new friendships, and rebuild confidence.
A shared passion for running and worldwide travel united Ali and Matt, who met while teaching at Uplands in Wadhurst. Their lives dramatically changed when Matt was unexpectedly diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour last year, at the age of 54.
We are proud to be supporting more than 40 incredible children, parents and siblings since the launch of Hospice in the Weald for Children in January. Here we learn about Ronit and Joseph, and how our specialist team supports them and their families.
Snap up new and pre-loved brands at amazing prices as the Hospice’s hugely popular Love your Labels lock-in event returns to Sevenoaks.
This exclusive designerwear and high-end fashion sale takes place from 6pm-9pm on 21st September at Hospice in the Weald’s charity shop at 96 High Street, Sevenoaks.
Here’s a taste of some of the latest activities in our ever-expanding programme for patients and families.
Our dedicated team of Hospice Ambassadors tell us why they volunteer their time to spread the word about the Hospice’s work in the local area.
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