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Four teenagers recently proved that you don't need to jump out of planes, walk the Great Wall of China, or scale Mount Everest to raise money for our Hospice.
With multiple health conditions, Christine Packer has been in the wars of late. A much-needed boost came in the form of a £1,000 win on Saint Francis Hospice's Lottery.
Last year, Steve King ran 10 marathons in 10 days for Saint Francis Hospice. This year, he went 10 better.
While the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way Saint Francis Hospice's nurses work, their care remains just as personable, as the Mubashar family recently discovered.
John Doherty was 80 years old when he was diagnosed with vascular dementia.
Having lived with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for eight years, Kelvin Haddow is one of over 400 outpatients who Saint Francis Hospice supports.
Dassia Stripe was looking forward to her 10th birthday when she listened to an appeal from Saint Francis Hospice on her mum's favourite radio station: Time FM.
Raising money for Saint Francis Hospice while doing something you love is easy, as Neil Doherty recently discovered.
In 1998, Sue and Pete Henwood moved a stone's throw away from Saint Francis Hospice.
When Carol Edward felt a swelling in her neck, a scan revealed that she was living with breast cancer. Carol, 78, was given just months to live.
Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic Saint Francis Hospice has maintained its palliative care services to people living in Brentwood, Havering, Barking & Dagenham and Redbridge and parts of West Essex.
Here at Saint Francis Hospice, we've been thinking of you all during the coronavirus pandemic.
At just 22 years old, Sammy-Jo Evans already has a long list of achievements.
Although we first opened our doors to the public in July 1984, our story begins much earlier: in July 1975. Peter Bickmore was there during those very beginnings.
There's an air of mystery surrounding the Doddinghurst Ladies, who hail from, you guessed it: Doddinghurst. No one knows who formed the group — or how.
Claire Morris admits that the lockdown has been tough on her family, with the added sorrow of losing her beloved grandad. A much-needed lift came in the form of a £1,000 win on the Saint Francis Hospice Lottery.
One charity close to the heart of the Rotary Club of Brentwood is Saint Francis Hospice.
With not much else to look at during the lockdown other than the confines of our homes, the need to refresh our decor suddenly became more apparent.
In 2019, employees at Countryside Properties' head office in Warley voted to support a local good cause for the financial year, which runs until October. Saint Francis Hospice came up trumps.
When the coronavirus forced Glenn Pearmain to close his barbershop, Amen the Barbers, he wasn't even sure if his 28-year-old business would survive. Despite his fears, it was Glenn's immense kindness that brought a cheque of £500 to Saint Francis Hospice.
The year 2020 has seen Wimbledon, Glastonbury, the Summer Olympics, the European Football Championship, and the Eurovision Song Contest cancelled. Neil and Jan Walden's garden party at their home in Gidea Park was no exception to the social distancing rule.
Skip Atkins is one of Saint Francis Hospice's most dedicated supporters.
A Tribute Fund is a special place online where you can remember a loved one and raise money for Saint Francis Hospice in their memory.
When the coronavirus reached the UK in January, Saint Francis Hospice faced an enormous challenge.
Ben Halsey was a confessed couch potato — until he learnt about the hit Saint Francis Hospice's funding is taking from the coronavirus pandemic.
When green-fingered residents of Little Warley were starved of visiting garden centres during the lockdown, Jan and Pete Bennett decided to set up shop.
When Boris Johnson permitted exercise with members of different households, Marion Tomlin and Debbie Nunn decided to use the newly relaxed rule to Saint Francis Hospice's advantage.
Pemberton Place at Saint Francis Hospice is a special place for many. It's our Hospice's vibrant social hub where local people living with life-limiting illnesses come together.
Saint Francis Hospice's Big Orange Quiz is back with a bang — and a twist.
While counting herself lucky that she's never known anyone who's needed Saint Francis Hospice's care, Patricia Flavell admitted that moment could come at any time.