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Every gift, large or small, makes a difference to local people in need of hospice care and bereavement support.

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St Helena Hospice would not be here without the generosity and support of local people like you. You are the reason more people across north east Essex can receive the specialist care, compassion and dignity they deserve, right to the end of life.

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“What made it different is the people were in tune with how you might be feeling, so they'll go out of their way to spend time to try and reassure you, to sit and have a bit of a laugh with you.”

 

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The difference you are making

Your donations are making sure more local people have dignity and choice at the end of life. Thank you.

More than 3,900 local people facing dying, death and bereavement supported every year

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37% of our funding comes from the NHS, the remaining 63% comes from our amazing, generous supporters like you

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Latest news, stories and events

 

Snowdon by Night

07/05/2022 - 21/08/2022

Mount Snowdon, Snowdonia National Park, Wales

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Christmas Tree-cycle

08/01/2022

CO1 to CO9, CO11 and CO13 to CO16

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The Magic of Christmas Carol Concert

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Fillpots Garden Centre and Cafe

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Late night shopping at our Dedham shop

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The Magic of Christmas Auction

12/11/2021 - 27/11/2021

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St Helena Hospice launches partnership with New Look as part of the Give back, Feel good campaign

The St Helena Hospice shop in Culver Street, Colchester will be offering customers a New Look voucher when they donate a bag of pre-loved clothing

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Skydiving

17/06/2021 - 17/06/2023

Beccles Airfield, Suffolk

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St Helena Hospice opens new shop in Frinton

We welcomed our first customers to our newest charity shop in Frinton-on-Sea on Tuesday 1st June!

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We listened to mum's wishes

Josephine Gunnee made sure she grasped every opportunity, and being diagnosed with a rare cancer didn’t stop her from going out with friends and spending time with her family

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People's Princess Visit

Diana, Princess of Wales officially opened the Joan Tomkins day centre on 26th April 1988, where she captivated patients, hospice volunteers and staff.

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Virtual Ward was invaluable

Christmas ended abruptly for Hazel Forster last year when her husband of 46 years was rushed to hospital after collapsing with a suspected stroke on Christmas Day.

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Getting to know what makes that person whole

Emma Collins is a community clinical nurse specialist with St Helena Hospice.

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Caring in lockdown

Just as they were adjusting to life in lockdown in April, Doris Blunden’s family encountered a further blow.

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Life is what you make it

Pauline and Jim Lawrence had 57 happy years together, enjoying their time spent out on the barges.

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Helping families go on living

When Sally Brunton’s community clinical nurse specialist (CNS) suggested she may benefit from relaxing Reiki sessions with our complementary therapists, Sally went along so it would give her husband Andy some respite.

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Time to be a family

After watching his 24 year old big brother Robin go from being fit and healthy to living with a rare cancer in less than a year, Toby and his family could now make every memory matter.

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Making choices and memories

When Neil became ill, he was philosophical about it, recording his decisions about his care and end of life choices, and discussing the future with his husband. Pete shares their story.

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