Remembering our loved ones with our Pebble Memory Walk

Our Chaplain Nicholas Roddis blogs on what being a Chaplain means and our recent in memory Pebble Walk.Read more

Getting out into the community: Our Peacehaven Pilot Scheme

Patrick Barclay Ball, our Day Services Manager, blogs on what ‘Day Services’ are and why it’s so important we’re offering them in the community as well as at our Hospice.Read more

Finding ways to Remember…making a Memory Box

Jane, our Counselling and Bereavement Service Manager, gives some of her thoughts and ideas about helping people remember their loved one.Read more

The importance of respite care

Sally, our Ward Sister on our In-Patient Unit, blogs about what respite care means.Read more

A song for Goldy - Goldstone Primary School's Snowpup

Children of Goldstone Primary recently performed a lovely Show featured Goldy, their SnowpupRead more

Taking time for yourself after someone close has died…Our new Out of Hours Service

Jane our Counselling & Bereavement Manager blogsRead more

5 good reasons to make a Will

Our Legacies and Trusts Manager, Gary Moyle, on why you shouldn't put off writing a WillRead more

How to think about Father’s Day when Dad has died…

Ready for Father's Day, Jane our Bereavement and Counselling Services Manager, has shared advice from Winston Wish on how to remember Dad.Read more

Nature that Nurtures

Our Sow and Grow gardening group is a weekly drop in horticultural therapy group, the friendly sessions are open to any of our patientsRead more

"Shiatsu is like an explosion in my body”

We look at the effect of Shiatsu therapy with Bill, a patient with Parkinson'sRead more