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What we’re doing

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New Celebrating a Life online service launched

Sue Ryder has launched a new online platform called Celebrating a Life, designed to make it easier for people to organise an event to celebrate the memory and life of a loved one.

"I may be dying but Manorlands Hospice has given me my life back"

Lesley Wrigley has been fighting cancer for 30 years. Here, in her own words, she explains the positive effect Sue Ryder has had on her life.

Aberdeen Rotary Club art auction benefits Dee View Capital Appeal

The Rotary Club of Aberdeen have kindly donated £1,000 towards our capital appeal to extend the Aberdeen-based neurological care centre, Sue Ryder Dee View Court - and reknowned watercolour artist Jonathan Wheeler has created a painting in its honour.