Launching our new #SummerMemories campaign

Hospice photoWe are very excited to announce our new Summer Memories campaign. You can sponsor one of our flowers.

These beautiful ornamental flowers will be displayed in bright yellow wheelbarrows around Wirral Hospice St John’s gardens until 31 August. After which, you will then be able to visit the Hospice in early September to pick up your flower, or we will post it out if that is what you have requested.Website Square

Each flower is locally sourced and is roughly 25cm high, 1cm thick and made out of a high quality resin that will not snap and should withstand all that the British summer has to throw at it. The flower will also come with a label attached on which you can write a dedication in memory of a loved one if you choose.

This campaign invites supporters to sponsor a flower and help us raise much-needed funds towards our special care and support of our patients and their families.

Local solicitors Kirwans, have very kindly sponsored this campaign, we are very grateful for their most generous support.

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Flower sponsorship starts at £5 per flower but you can donate more if you would like to.

You can sponsor a flower in the following ways:

Call the Fundraising Office on 0151 343 0778

Or, download our form here and return it to: Fundraising Office, Wirral Hospice St John’s, Mount Road, Higher Bebington, Wirral CH63 6JE.

For more information please call our Fundraising Office on 0151 343 0778.

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Our Volunteer Gardeners #hospiceheroes

hospice_gardenOn a lovely day like today our hospice gardens are at their most beautiful.  However they don’t get this way by accident, we have some real Hospice Heroes working hard all year round to keep the garden looking as good as it does – our wonderful team of Hospice gardeners.

We have beautiful award winning gardens here at Wirral Hospice and our volunteer gardeners are here working hard come rain or shine.

Heather, Rod, Ed and Stan have been volunteering over many years to ensure that our patients and their families are able to enjoy the garden area. In the summer months patients often come out into the gardens in their beds, giving them a chance to enjoy some fresh air in beautiful surroundings.

 

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