Lydia Peel was just 40 years old when she lost her battle against cancer. Family and friends are running in her memory to support our Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice, who looked after beloved Lydia in her final days.
Anne took on the 2018 London Marathon for Sue Ryder. Here, she explains the motivation behind her fundraising and reflects on how terminal illnesses such as cancer touch all our lives.
On Sunday 12th August, our Wokingham Day Hospice nurses, volunteers and local families took part in the Reading Colour Rush for Sue Ryder.
Supporting our Dee View Capital Appeal, a team from EY in Aberdeen will be a part of our 30-strong team in the Great Aberdeen Run.
New research finds younger generations can’t avoid bereavement – and are in need of extra support when they are grieving
New research from Co-op Funeralcare busts the myth that bereavement is ‘just an older person’s issue’, and finds that younger generations are having particular challenges dealing with grief, writes Duncan Lugton.
Vicky de Burton’s father sadly died just a fortnight before her big day. Here, she tells the story of his battle with cancer, how our Duchess of Kent Hospice team in Reading helped him remain at home with their family and the event she is organising to say thank you.
With less than a week to go until hundreds of runners pound the streets of the Granite City during the second Great Aberdeen Run on Sunday 26th August, a band of 30 hardy runners are gearing up to take part for Sue Ryder to raise funds for our Dee View Appeal.
What does it really mean to "fly on alone without a mate for the rest of our lives"? While spending his summer in a holiday cottage with just his dog Ginny for company, blogger Richard Littledale reflects on a reflects on a favourite book of his and his late wife, who died last year – and how the story of your grief is not always under your control.
Sue Ryder has teamed up with HM Prison Gartree in Leicestershire to launch a new bicycle repair workshop that will help prisoners gain valuable skills and improve their employment prospects on release.
On 28th July, one supporter decided to take on the Dunwich Dynamo – a 120-mile through-the-night cycle ride from Hackney in London to Dunwich on the Suffolk coast – in support of our Leckhampton Court Hospice. Here, in his own words, Jack tells us why.