Embrace the legends – Charity Football Match

Here at Hospice at Home West Cumbria, we would like to say a huge thank you to the Berragan family and everybody involved in the ‘Embrace of the legends’ charity football day.

Matthew Reid raises funds on stag party for local hospice

We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to the Reid family from Cockermouth who recently raised £150 to support Hospice at Home West Cumbria!

Local HSBC branch tackles the fells for Hospice at Home West Cumbria

We would like to a HUGE well done to HSBC UK Carlisle Local Market who have Raised over £800 for Hospice at Home West Cumbria completing the famous Buttermere Horseshoe route on Saturday 19th June.

Kevin Greenhow’s Captain Tom 100 Challenge

We would like to say a huge well done to Kevin Greenhow, who is currently on his 20th hour of Litter picking, in connection to the Caption Tom’s 100 challenge.

Cockermouth Golf Club Presidents Day in honour of Neil Hadfield

We would like to say a huge thank you to Joanna Hadfield and the members of Cockermouth Golf Club for their recent donation of £570 to support Hospice at Home West Cumbria. This fantastic amount was raised at the golf clubs President’s Day in May, in honour of Joanna’s husband, Neil Hadfield, who sadly passed away in April. Neil was a well-respected member of the golf club for many years and held position as Men’s Captain in 2016 and was appointed President in 2021.

Are you in a Good Place to Die? – Dying Matters Awareness Week 2021

Dying Matters Awareness Week is a national campaign to break the stigma, challenge preconceptions and normalise public openness about death, dying and bereavement. This year’s focus of the campaign is the importance of being ‘in a good place to die.’ There is no right or wrong place to die; it will be different for everyone. But it is important for families to think about it, to talk about it and to plan for it.

Hospice Health Care Assistant Natalie Elliot helps to promote Dying Matters Week

Dying Matters Awareness Week is a national campaign to break the stigma, challenge preconceptions and normalise public openness about death, dying and bereavement. The focus of the 2021 campaign is the importance of being ‘in a good place to die.’ We would like to share a story from Natalie Elliot who joined our Home Nursing team in December 2020. Natalie was drawn to hospice care after supporting a close family friend through her end of life journey, and has shared this story to help us highlight the importance of talking to people about our final plans and wishes.

Marathon Mike shares his support for Hospice at Home West Cumbria

Gary McKee from Cleator Moor is running 110 Marathons in 110 Days to raise vital funds for Hospice at Home West Cumbria and Macmillan Cancer Support. Gary has now completed a marathon every day for 92 days, and is set to finish this epic challenge on Friday 21st May. The total raised by Gary and others who are supporting him has reached an incredible amount of over £75,000! This week we caught up with Michael Watson from Whitehaven, who has been running with Gary throughout and has so far ran 34 marathons and will run 3 to 4 marathons a week for the remainder of the challenge.

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