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Read our latest Newsletter

Our Spring/Summer Newsletter is now available to read online. We really hope you enjoy it.

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Read our latest Newsletter

Our Spring/Summer Newsletter is now available to read online. We really hope you enjoy it.

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Dying Matters Week: planning ahead

For Dying Matters Awareness Week, we have created a helpful form for you to use when planning ahead and outlining your wishes before and after you die. It can be hard to talk about death and dying with those closest to us, so we hope this document is a good starting point for you.

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Dying Matters Week: planning ahead

For Dying Matters Awareness Week, we have created a helpful form for you to use when planning ahead and outlining your wishes before and after you die. It can be hard to talk about death and dying with those closest to us, so we hope this document is a good starting point for you.

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A day in the life of a Hospice Nurse

Meet Ellie Simmons, who works as a nurse on our busy inpatient unit. In Ellie's day in the life diary, she shares what it's like to care for local people and families at Sobell House during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A day in the life of a Hospice Nurse

Meet Ellie Simmons, who works as a nurse on our busy inpatient unit. In Ellie's day in the life diary, she shares what it's like to care for local people and families at Sobell House during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Read more