This is my archive

Mrs Sheila Lawes

I started giving to St Wilfrid’s Hospice in memory of a lovely neighbour called Peggy Rumble who died on Boxing Day, aged 90, in St Wilfrid’s at Chichester. I had only known her 18 months (since I moved to the area in 2003) but we all loved her in Emsbrook… Read More

Mrs Patricia Brown

My father was admitted to St Wilfrid’s in 1989. My mother had nursed him at home for several weeks and needed a rest. She was worried about letting him go into the hospice and felt guilty. But, after a few visits was able to relax knowing he was settled and… Read More

Dale Osborne

You guys and girls aren’t just stars, you are an entire universe.  Thank you. God bless. Love Dave and Prince the dog… Read More

Nicholas Besant

Looking after mum in law (Joan Besant) and my dad (Johnny Suneps) with such loving care. We really felt at peace with their dying as you were all there every step of the way. We cannot thank you enough. Read More

Margaret Phillips

My best friend was in the hospice for 3 weeks and she was so pleased to be there. It is a wonderful place, and her care was excellent. Thank you all… Read More

Rebecca Fryer

I remember the kindness and compassion that I was shown at the time of my dad’s death. He had been cared for in the hospice for about a week before he died and the care he received was exceptional. I was especially touched by a nurse, Julie, and the chaplain,… Read More

Marian Fowler

My memory is of being pleasantly surprised on my first visit. Such a lovely feeling in the place. Everybody was so friendly and wishing to help. Before my husband died he said “you are all angels”. I have to agree. It was like home from home. With added kindness. Read More

Barbara Chainey

Taxi driver “Shirley” in Emsworth succumbed to the virus in 2020. She was my driver, then friend and mentor. Nothing was too much trouble for her customers. She always got out of the taxi to assist and tried to bully male drivers to do the same!… Read More

Jan & David Hall

So sorry but we don’t have any “ground breaking” comments; all we can say is “thank heavens St Wilfrid’s is St Wilfrid’s”. Read More

Ken and Dee Buckley

Our fondest memories of St Wilfrid’s Hospice were of unhappy times as with most hospices, but your kind and helpful staff and other visitors somehow lessened the heavy burden of heartache. Our friend managed to enjoy his last days with a smile, a good joke and laugh hidden behind his… Read More