Memories

This is my archive

Carol Manners

The most profound memory I have of St Wilfrid’s is the tender and excellent care the staff took of my beloved sister Molly Reed during her stay at St Wilfrid’s. They tuned into her fears which she suffered all her life. They shared themselves beyond their duty and allowed Molly… Read More

Mrs Maureen Brooks

My late husband Brian, spent his last week at St Wilfrid’s. We were overwhelmed at the care, love and dignity he received. In fact, the whole family were looked after too whilst we stayed by his bedside. What stood out to us, was that the hospice was so full of… Read More

John Masters

My dear friend John Allen passed away in 2009 and it was always the wonderful care and attention that you provided that was so very special. Thank you… Read More

Sarah Clements

My wonderful dad was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer in April 2021 and sadly died just five weeks later. From the moment St Wilfrid’s entered our lives they made the most enormous difference. Nothing was too much trouble and I felt completely supported in caring for dad at home –… Read More

Karen Jones

In June 2010 my lovely dad Tony Foyle was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. He first came to the hospice in November 2010 for symptom control and he loved it. He was a man of faith so was very at peace with his diagnosis and loved the peaceful hospice. His… Read More

Bernard Brannigan

I became aware of St Wilfrid’s through my mentor and friend and his wife, Frank and Teresa Meaby. I trained as a pharmacist under Frank’s supervision in Bognor Regis. When they were celebrating their wedding anniversary they asked that a donation be made. Frank and Teresa made Sussex like a… Read More

Carole Kell, Mary Blake and Robert Blake

Among others is my mother, Gwen Milner, who did spend a considerable time under the care of the hospice. As soon as she entered the building, she visibly relaxed. One Christmas there was a carol service. Mum was in a bed with an electric pressure mattress. We had to keep… Read More

Alexander Burns

As good a last 10 days as could be hoped for in this world for my dear wife Joyce Burns. Thank you!… Read More

Mrs Patricia Wells

Our memory as a family about St Wilfrid’s is the love, peace, and care of us all. When Brian my husband was with you 7 years ago, you cared for us all, also when Brian was brought home to end his days with us.  We will forever be so very,… Read More

Susan Simpson

My husband Alan Simpson, went to St Wilfrid’s Hospice on 29 September 2016 for 3 weeks. The care and attention he had was incredible. We were not expecting him to come home. However, he lived for another 14 months and finally passed away in the Hospice on 5 October 2017. Read More