From 1st February until 21st May this year, Gary will run 110 marathons in 110 consecutive days to raise awareness and vital funds for Hospice at Home West Cumbria and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Last year was a difficult year for Hospice at Home West Cumbria, with all our fundraising events being cancelled and our shops having to close, we had to come up with new initiatives to generate the income we need to provide our vital services across west Cumbria. Read more about the success of our new fundraising campaign - 50 Faces for Hospice.
We would like to pay tribute to a long standing, dedicated member of our clinical team, Angela Gibson, who is retiring from Hospice at Home West Cumbria after over 30 years of dedication and commitment within our home nursing and complementary therapy teams.
Our new Charter sets out our promises to all our patients and their loved ones and will help us to shape and improve our services into the future.
Sue Blakeney is a state enrolled nurse for Hospice at Home West Cumbria, and has recently celebrated her 30th work anniversary with us! We would like to thank Sue for her dedication and commitment to hospice over the last 30 years, and we are sure that many families who have met Sue would like to join us.
Hospice at Home West Cumbria shows what it takes to provide end of life care during COVID-19 this #HospiceCareWeek
Gemma Scott from Arlecdon, was referred to our clinic after suffering from intermittent leg swelling. The problem had developed gradually over time, impacting on Gemma's ability to live a normal life.