Actress Caroline Quentin welcomed staff and patients ‘home’ at an opening ceremony.
A £7million project to create an inpatient unit fit for the 21st century has been completed.
A memorial music concert has raised a four-figure sum for a hospice rebuilding project.
More than £1million has been raised for the new inpatients unit at St Peter’s Hospice, but more funding is needed for the ‘once-in-a-generation’ project to become a reality.
One of British television’s most famous faces stopped by St Peter’s Hospice to lend a hand with its fundraising.
St Peter’s Hospice’s £1.5million fundraising appeal has been handed a boost by Portishead Rotary Club.
St Peter’s Hospice is undergoing its biggest change in a generation by building an inpatients unit ‘fit for the 21st century’.
One of UK television’s most recognisable faces visited St Peter’s Hospice to lend his support to the Room To Care Appeal.
People dressed up as elves for a cracking Christmas fundraiser at the weekend.
“It’s a once in a generation thing. The people who contributed 20 years ago are our parents and grandparents. Help us build something fantastic for North Somerset.”
Elves are set to take over Clevedon tomorrow (Saturday) – but fear not it for a very good cause.
If it was not for the large crane being visible over the top of the hospice building, you would have no idea that the old inpatients’ unit (IPU) is now mainly rubble.
While St Peter’s Hospice’s care is second to none, it is a place for terminally ill people and miracles are scarce.
A Nailsea man, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier this year, has urged North Somerset Times readers to support St Peter’s Hospice’s Room To Care Appeal.
St Peter’s Hospice is today (Thursday) launching a £1.5million fundraising drive to build a new inpatients’ unit fit for the 21st century.