India Wilkinson’s love of science and humanity and the joy she found in creativity, is expressed in her short film, ‘Inside my head’. Made in the weeks before her death, the poetry of her words and the inspired use of a Doctor Who quote provoked a profound mixture of tears and happiness when it was […]
A beautiful and touching film illustrating how important it is to care to make a difference.
This project demonstrates our ambition to be cost-effective and ensure St Michael’s is here in the future for everyone who needs us.
Yo got the love to RUN Hereford
A short film featuring runner, teacher and Hospice supporter Ruth Hayden-Cox. Her infectious enthusiasm will inspire you to get the most out of online giving.
In this emotional and powerful film, Susan Storey explains how much the care her mother Kate Renshall received from the Herefordshire Hospice at Home service meant to her family.
Young people who have lost a close relative have starred in a short video about the group which has brought them together.
Members of Hope at St Michael’s opened up about how the death of a loved one has affected them, and how they remember that person.
Monty Don says Bryan’s Ground is his kind of garden. This 2-mintue film (shot in April 2017) provides a glimpse into why it’s one of the most important and enchanting of modern gardens, and why its owners are opening it to support their Hospice. Click here to find out more about St Michael’s Hospice Open […]
When young people’s lives are changed by a loved one’s terminal illness, Hope Support Services are there. This short uplifting film is a chance to see the difference they make through the eyes of 17-year-old Rhys Clarke.
Our new film is making people smile, cry and could even inspire you to volunteer and make a difference. Call 01432 851000 to find out more about volunteering at St Michael’s Hospice.
The Family Support Team at St Michael’s Hospice has made this revealing new film about how the death of a loved one can have a profound effect on young people. ‘When They Died’, the 11 minute film funded by Comic Relief, features stories of six young people who have been supported by St Michael’s. The […]
To find out why Jade passionately believes she has the best job in the world, take a look at our short film called ‘Care to make a difference’.
Bob retired in 1994 but has never lost his passion for police cars. When St Michael’s Senior Therapy Assistant Sharon Read-Simpson told her husband, PC Mark Simpson, that Bob was visiting St Michael’s, Mark arranged to visit St Michael’s and bring Bob up to date with all the latest technology used in the modern cop […]
Brenda said, ‘Being told you are going to die takes a lot of getting used to but I wanted to tell people I’m feeling on top of the world and I am going to carry on fighting for as long as I’m still here.’
A DVD for Carers has been created by St Michael’s Hospice and produced by Silva Productions. It is an in-depth resource for Carers who are caring for loved ones with a life-limiting illness.
Venus has become a very special event for thousands of women who have taken part over the last nine years. For many, Venus is also a time for remembering. Diana Butler and her family took part in the walk to remember her husband John, who died at St Michael’s Hospice
Dani talks about the help and support she received from St Michael’s Hospice during and after the death of her mum.
Hellens Garden Festival is proud to support St Michael’s Hospice.
For young people who have been affected by the life-limiting diagnosis of a family member
The Paint Runner celebrates health, happiness, and creativity while also giving something back to your local community.
Linda Bishop successfully completed her 200-mile ‘Beating Boundaries’ challenge walking around the perimeter of Herefordshire and raising almost £10,000 for St Michael’s Hospice.
A short film featuring fascinating interviews with Hannah Genders and Matthew Sanderson about the creation of the St Michal’s Hospice Journey Garden
The video that persuaded Gary Barlow to visit St Michael’s Hospice
In his quest to raise cash and awareness for St Michael’s. In this film Mike talks about the infamous Hospice Angels and how they are close to raising £250,000 for St Michael’s Hospice.
A moving, emotional and inspiring film illustrates why the St Michael’s needs much more space