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Make a Will Fortnight

Monday 4th June to Friday 15th June

Take part in St Wilfrid’s Hospice Make A Will Fortnight scheme and have your Will written, or amended, by a local solicitor without charge.

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Where does the money go?

Where does the money go?

Wall of fame

£500 Ormiston Six Villages Academy

Students, their families and staff at the Ormiston Six Villages Academy raised £500 by running a ‘Wear it Blue’ non-uniform day. This was an idea put forward by pupil, Katie Roff whose family was helped through a difficult time at St Wilfrid’s.

£1.1k The Sad Old Rockers

St Wilfrid's staff member Laurence and his band, the 'Sad Old Rockers' held a rocking charity gig in aid of the Hospice and raised over £1,000. Thank you SADs! 

£510 Merrick Hamilton

Merrick did a sponsored head shave in August 2016 in memory of his dear friend Paul Macdonald, who received care from St Wilfrid’s back in September 2015. Overall he raised a fantastic £510 – Thank you Merrick!

£3.4k Michael Evans

Michael ran the Manchester half marathon back in October 2016 in memory of his mum, Susan. Michael raised an amazing £3418.48! Michael passes on his thanks to all of the carers at St Wilfrid’s and has said “it's nice to have something positive to come out of such a sad moment in my life”.

£3.5k Diane Dalton

In July 2016, supporter Diane Dalton faced her fears and raised an amazing £3,538.73 by taking part in a wing walk.

£3100 Georgina and James

A huge thank you to Georgina and James who ran 300 miles each in November 2017 in memory of their Grandma. Congratulations to both!

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Dreambuilding

St Wilfrid’s New Hospice Appeal

St Wilfrid’s has served its local community for over 30 years. However, to continue providing our specialist care we urgently need to build a new purpose-built Hospice, a dream-building which will enable us to support our local community for the next 30 years and beyond.

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Dreambuilding