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It’s a Spooktacular Day

Our Spooktacular Day 

With your help we well and truly got into the Halloween spirit with fancy dress, scary stories and spooky goings on raising money for Kirkwood Hospice!

THANK YOU! If you were a part of it, whether you donated, popped in, dressed up or came in for a slice of spooky cake and witches brew!

You can still donate either click the button below or TEXT 'FANG50' followed by the amount you wish to donate (e.g. £5) to 70070

Click PLAY to hear why your donations are important...

Hear from Beverley from Kirkwood Hospice who tell us why donations are important followed by Mary and Elaine

Hear from Sarah Cornish and Angela Bentley

Hear more from Sarah, Peter and Jim from Kirkwood Hospice

Sarah Cornish has MS and visits Kirkwood Hospice drop in centre.

Mary Byram suffers from Heart Failure and the drop in centre and support has vastly improved her quality of life and is more confident to go out on her own

Angela Bentley is 50 and was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer at 47. Angela is a truly inspirational woman who undertakes fundraising herself as she understands just how important it is.

Elaine Barden has Motor Neurone Disease and visits the Hospice every other week and takes part in activities including arts and crafts and loves the social aspect of the drop in centre and facilities

Peter Duhaney has had MS for 10 years, his father passed away at the Hospice 5 years ago and he goes twice a week for support and social interaction.

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