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New research reveals the biggest concerns people have when a loved one is dying

One of the main worries people in the UK have when someone close to them is dying is not knowing the physical and mental changes to expect as death draws near, according to our new research, launched today as part of our ongoing #FacingLossTogether campaign.

I'm lacing up my trainers for the patients I care for

Dr Paul Perkins has worked for Sue Ryder for 14 years, spending 11 of those at Leckhampton Court Hospice, the closest Sue Ryder hospice to the Cheltenham Half route. Here he explains why he's proud to be taking part in the event for his patients.

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.