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Sue Ryder pilots a new online video bereavement service

We are piloting a new online video bereavement service for Online Community members to give people in the various stages of grief additional help, counselling and support at a time that suits them.

It’s the little things that make a big, big difference to our patients

What makes a good day? A nice cup of tea in the morning? Sitting in a sunny garden in the afternoon? A chat with a friend in the evening? These are simple pleasures that all of us can relate to. But, when time is limited, these moments can be even more precious. Our Director of Hospices and Fundraising Holly explains why she and her colleagues need your help to make these things happen.

St John's Hospice set to launch new Day Therapy service

Monday 9th July sees the launch of a new service offering a range of therapies, support and care to local people with life-limiting conditions and their carers in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire.