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Poetry collection inspired by bereavement on sale to support Thorpe Hall Hospice

Paul Middleton had written reports, papers and presentations but had never even considered turning his hand to poetry. Four months after his wife Linda’s death, he put pen to paper – and he hasn’t stopped writing since. Now he’s gathered his poetry and reflections into a self-published anthology with proceeds from the sale being donated to Sue Ryder.

"We must destroy the stigma around hospices"

"If, as a teenager, I'd been told: 'Jess, your Dad is going to be taken into the large homely building up our road that is like a hospital but quieter with fewer patients and just as high-quality care', my reaction would have been very different." Blogger Jess Bacon, whose dad passed away at our Thorpe Hall Hospice, stresses the importance of busting myths about end of life care.

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.