This year Life Lanterns will be shown via Zoom on 10th December. But we want you to be part of this special event.
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I’ve just had four days in Cornwall to recharge my batteries after a very busy and difficult year.
I first met Steve Owens when his son Daryl was in the Hospice back in October 2018. Daryl was admitted towards the beginning of September, he was just 37 years old with a brain tumour that couldn’t be cured.
A massive congratulations to our very own Associate Clinical Nurse Specialist, Blessing King, who is a winner of the @RCN Rising Star award, as part of #BlackHistoryMonth.
Tulsi, ‘holy basil’…revered as a divine, sacred and healing plant originating from India. During the last few months of hot weather Jocelyn, our gardener, has grown Tulsi at the Hospice and it’s happily prospering in our lovely grounds.
Catherine Doe was inspired to write a poem for palliative care nursing staff in memory of her mother, Christine Douglas, who worked as a speech therapist for the NHS for over 30 years.
Well it was a rainy old day but Jackie came in to do a bit of work which was great. At last some proper weeding on the raised beds! Of course, she has been doing piece work at home, shredding lavender. More of that later.
Our Matron, Debbie Pegram has had a busy and intense few months.
In partnership with City & Hackney CCG, St Joseph’s has been commissioned to provide a specialist bereavement support service for children and young people who have experienced the death from from Covid-related symptoms.