Willen Hospice is inviting local people to find out more about their plans to extend their services, creating a Hospice that meets the needs of patients and their families, both now and in the future.
BSH Home Appliances, based in Wolverton, is helping Willen Hospice raise funds by recycling used coffee pods.
Did you know that Willen Hospice could benefit from the sale of your used stamps?
Willen Hospice has thanked local builders who came to the rescue after the charity’s lakeside donation collection box was sadly vandalised just before Christmas.
Meet Nicole, a lady who dedicates every Wednesday afternoon to giving something back to her local community by volunteering at Willen Hospice.
This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience if you are studying a healthcare related course or considering a career in the medical profession.
Our latest newsletter is jam-packed with fun family events, fantastic days out and fundraising ideas of how you can make a difference to the people Willen Hospice supports in the community.
Ten year old Megan Brightman from Towcester has raised funds for Willen Hospice by making and selling earrings.
Local artist, Josh Stellitano paints a tribute to Willen Hospice.
Peta has over 20 years’ experience as a CEO and Board member in the healthcare and not for profit sectors.
Did you know that Willen Hospice helps our patients at the Wellbeing Centre by offering free specialist transport to and from the Hospice?
After being inspired by a visit to the poppy display at the Tower of London, The Olney Lace Circle decided to create a picture as a group and have it donated to a local institution.
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