16 Hospice Angels set off from Lands End at 4.30 am on Saturday 18th June on a gruelling 874-mile journey to reach John o'Groats before nightfall.
A family from Herefordshire will be opening up the stunning grounds of their home in Almeley to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakspere's death and to help raise much-needed funds for their local Hospice.
On Saturday 18th June, 1,600 participants enjoyed a party atmosphere as they took part in Herefordshire's happiest 5K run.
A trio of Herefordshire dealerships has helped Hereford’s largest community cycling event to get into gear to raise much-needed funds for a local Hospice.
After losing a good friend in 2014 and a very special god-daughter in 2015, Jennifer Morris decided that she wanted to give something back to the Hospice in recognition of the kindness, devotion and outstanding care that both had received there.
Marion Ryan wrote this letter the day before she returned home. We asked if we could publish the letter, and Marion kindly agreed.
A new service that will help transform the way care is provided to people with any terminal illness and their families officially launched today in Herefordshire.
On 2nd May 2009, Claire Johnston died at St Michael's Hospice. Her daughter, Dani Johnston is now studying to be a nurse and came for a tour of the new Inpatient Unit.
More than one thousand runners spent the hottest day of the year so far pounding the streets in aid of a Hereford hospice.
A new book celebrating St Michael's Hospice is now available. Called ‘20 Beds – a book of life and hope’, the 192-page book is a tribute to St Michael’s Hospice in Bartestree which has been providing the best possible care for patients since opening in 1984.