After helping create a world-class Hospice for Herefordshire, Nicola West, CEO at St Michael’s Hospice in Bartestree, has decided now is the perfect time to stand down from her role running one of Herefordshire’s most cherished institutions
Over 250 dogs and their owners took part in St Michael’s Hospice Wags & Wellies sponsored walk on 8th March 2015.
When a new football kit for the Ross Juniors under 8’s football team had to be paid for using club funds, or- ganisers decided to put a very special logo on the shirts.
This St Valentines weekend, Dawn Johnston and her husband Dean joined Mike Sloan and his wife Elisa to enjoy a romantic meal prepared by the St Michael’s Hospice Catering Team
A Hereford city restaurant was so inspired by stories of how St Michael’s Hospice has cared for patients and their families that they decided to put on a special Charity Curry Evening to raise funds for the local Hospice Redevelopment Appeal.
Each year, staff from the Leominster branch of HSBC help a charity by giving up one of their working days to volunteer. This year the team of five chose to give a helping hand to St Michael’s Hospice Retail.
A song written by Denise Bishop, a Fundraising Administrator at St Michael’s Hospice has caught the ear of Choral animateur and TV presenter Gareth Malone.
In June 2014 Mike Pullin was invited to the Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace in recognition for the Angels raising £250,000 for their local Hospice.
Olwyn Barnett, current Chairman of the Council and former President of the Freda Pearce Foundation, died peacefully on Thursday 6th November at home
Over 250 students from years 8, 9 and 10 at Aylestone Business & Enterprise College, took part in a sponsored walk to support their local Hospice. Setting off from the School on Friday 12th September the 10K route took the students along the beautiful Lugg flats and out into the Herefordshire countryside.