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Caring enough to go the extra mile

Pictured, from left: Haskins restaurant manager Katie Corcoran welcomes Ruth Keeble, leader of the St Barnabas House Hospice outreach project, bereavement service volunteer Judie Chamber and Linda Perry, director of childrens services for sister hospice, Chestnut Tree House

Pictured, from left: Haskins restaurant manager Katie Corcoran welcomes Ruth Keeble, leader of the St Barnabas House Hospice outreach project, bereavement service volunteer Judie Chamber and Linda Perry, director of childrens services for sister hospice, Chestnut Tree House

STAFF and volunteers from St Barnabas House Hospice are taking to the road to raise awareness of their work.

The hospice has launched its outreach project, using a new exhibition vehicle funded by the Department of Health, to visit an area taking in Littlehampton, Worthing, Shoreham and Henfield.

Haskins Garden Centre at Angmering was one of the locations chosen for the launch week. The team will be providing information, advice and support to people and families affected by life-limiting illnesses.

Ruth Keeble, leader of the project, thanked Haskins and the other locations for their support.

She said: “By using their car parks, we can help many people in our communities who need to know what support is available to themselves or a family member at a very difficult time.”

For dates and locations, see www.stbarnabas-hospice.org.uk/patients-and-families

 

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