"When I came in, I was in so much pain. Sue Ryder gave me the strength to move forward. I don’t want to go back to hospital; they don’t have the time or resources to really look after you. The hospice is a place of life. And when I go home, one of the community nurses from Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice comes to see me regularly.
"I know I am in good hands. I thank God every day I have somewhere like Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice. It’s like being at home."
Lesley Wrigley has been living with cancer for 30 years. Here, in her own words, she explains the positive effect our care has had on her life.