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Knitting Banksy's crafty mystery message of thanks

Patients, families, volunteers and staff at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice received a wonderful surprise at the beginning of June when they arrived at the hospice one morning to find a tree in the centre of the grounds mysteriously yarn bombed with knitted creations and messages of thanks.

Is the health system working for people with neurological conditions?

Today sees the launch of Going the Distance 2, a joint report by Sue Ryder and the Neurological Alliance. Duncan, our Policy and Public Affairs Manager for England, summarises what it reveals.

#SummerSeason is finally here!

Now the sun is shining, we’re asking you to get involved in some summertime fundraising for Sue Ryder Nettlebed or Duchess of Kent Hospices.