Rachel Allen provides an insight into why she volunteers for Willen Hospice.
Shiela MacLean share’s her experience of volunteering for Willen Hospice.
Rita Barrett shares her thoughts on why she volunteers to support Willen Hospice at the Stony Stratford Bookshop.
Eloise volunteers for at the Newport Pagnell Shop and below she explains why she volunteers for Willen Hospice.
Fiona Rosenberg shares her story on why she volunteers for Willen Hospice and what her duties include.
Maxine Lathwell shares her experience in volunteering at the Willen Hospice Olney Shop.
The Tin soldiers Scooter club started just over 10 years ago by a few scooter enthusiasts who attended scooter events across, Bedford, Northampton, Luton and further afield like the Isle of Wight.
We are all busy people, work, family issues, social event etc. And so the last thing you expect is for someone to disappear out of your life after knowing them for over 20 years?
In October, the Willen Hospice Book Shop in Stony Stratford celebrated six months of trading as a volunteer run enterprise.
Willen Hospice have officially launched a unique fundraising Christmas card design in association with MK Dons.
Fiona Jeffery-Sinclair has kindly asked us to share her story. She is raising much needed funds to support our care at Willen Hospice after her father was cared for at the Hospice.
In 1997 my mother was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma and underwent surgery to remove a large tumour.
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