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What we’re doing

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Wheatfields Hospice to feature on BBC Look North

On Monday 26th February's BBC Look North at 6.30pm, our Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice is addressing misconceptions around hospice care. There will also be a more in-depth Inside Out report on our work in Leeds following this programme.

The physics of grief

Even when the death of a loved one was anticipated or expected, the physical, social and emotional impact of loss can still take you by surprise. Blogger Richard Littledale, whose wife Fiona was cared for by Sue Ryder, reflects on the shock of bereavement and its knock-on effects on your life.

Sponsor a ‘Work of Heart’ for a loved one this Valentine’s

Clare Young, a widow from Gloucester whose late husband was cared for at our Leckhampton Court Hospice, is inviting people to sponsor a knitted heart this Valentine’s Day.