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Why it’s okay not to watch the Royal Wedding if you’re grieving

Following a bereavement, milestones such as birthdays, anniversaries and weddings can commonly trigger memories of those who are no longer with us. Richard, whose wife Fiona died under Sue Ryder's care six months ago, explains why he won't be watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say "I do".

'Walker by name' tackles 100km trek for Thorpe Hall Hospice

With a surname like his, it makes sense that Seamus Walker’s most-worn footwear are his walking boots. Later this month he’ll be pulling them on once more to tackle a 100km walk from London to Brighton – and he’s hoping his 24-hour challenge will net at least £500 in sponsorship for Thorpe Hall Hospice, where he has volunteered for more than a year.