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Remember Together

This Christmas, let’s remember together.
Remember together

Join our lottery

Play with purpose for a chance to win every Friday.
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Donate

Support our nurses to keep caring by donating today
Donate today

Shop Online

Support our charity shops by shopping online with us
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Let's keep in touch - your support changes lives

We help people do the things they love with the time they have. But we’re only able to do this with your generous support.

That’s why we would like to keep you informed of our latest news, future fundraising activities, appeals and other ways in which you can support us.


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Malcom Morris

A Christmas Star

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Malcolm is staying on our inpatient unit and celebrated his 85th birthday last week. While on the ward he received his first-ever video call, via a Martlets iPad.

Painting helps a child with bereavement

National Grief Awareness Week

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Last week was Children’s Grief Awareness Week and this week is National Grief Awareness week, we want to highlight the support available for children and families who have lost a loved one. Sally Cotterell, a counsellor on our patient and family support team, looks at how families can support children during challenging times and help them express difficult feelings.  


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