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Introducing the Work of Heart Garden

The Work of Heart Garden is the first full-size knitted show garden installation in the world. Appearing at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival 2018, this unique attraction is being created in support of our Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice.

80-year-old Sally's first ever makeover

"Everyone who looked after Harry and Sally will remember them as it was such an unusual situation. They were both in their 80s, had been married for decades and never spent a night apart. And now they were both admitted to Thorpe Hall Hospice at the same time, needing our care." Nursing assistant Chrissie shares a precious memory of how she raised the spirits of an elderly couple.

Thorpe Hall Hospice "overwhelmed" by response following Christmas Day theft

Donations have poured in from as far afield as New Zealand following the theft of our hospice’s donation box over the festive season.