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On the hunt for knitted giraffes

Organisers of the city’s forthcoming giraffe trail are calling upon enthusiastic knitters and stitchers to start casting on for a summer knit along. Worcester Stands Tall, A Wild in Art event brought to the city by St Richard’s Hospice, is encouraging residents to donate knitted giraffes to support the project. Hundreds of knitted and crochet… Read more »

Cycling in memory of mum

A 20 year old student from Redditch will be taking part in a cycling challenge in memory of her best friend’s Mum. Olivia Salkeld will be cycling 45 miles in order to raise funds for St Richard’s Hospice, who looked after Helen Deaves (pictured) before she died in December 2015, at just 37 years old…. Read more »

Exercise boost for hospice patients

Patients at St Richard’s Hospice will benefit from specialist gym equipment – thanks to a donation from the Nationwide Foundation. The Foundation donated £4,800 for the Worcester-based hospice to buy an exercise treadmill. The specialist equipment will be installed in the new exercise studio which is being built as part of the St Richard’s Build… Read more »

Musical evening raises thousands for hospice

An evening of cello music raised £3,000 to support the care provided by a Worcester hospice. More than 50 guests attended the event, held at Birtsmorton Court in Malvern, which featured music performed by Cellissimo – a quartet formed in 2016. The money was raised to support St Richard’s Hospice’s care to patients with life-limiting… Read more »

Scenic Six results

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Scenic Six at Peopleton on Sunday, 22nd April. scenic six results 2018  View photos of the event by Tom Marshall  

Men’s group has funding boost from Willis Trust

A men’s patient group at St Richard’s Hospice has been boosted by a £2,000 donation from a Worcestershire Trust. The Henry & James Willis Trust made the grant for the Men’s Space group which offers those under the care of the hospice the opportunity to take time out, go on visits, listen to guest speakers… Read more »

Antiques expert helps raise hospice cash

Antiques expert and broadcaster Henry Sandon entertained 70 guests with a lively talk at a charity lunch held at Broadway Golf Club. The event was organised by St Richard’s Hospice patron, Sonia Woolven, and Barry Bovey of the Broadway hospice supporters group and was kindly sponsored by Broadway Financial planning. The lunch included a talk… Read more »