Archive: May 2016

Kilbryde Patients get green fingered!

We have been blessed with some beautiful weather over the last week and having enjoying some time out in the sun some of our patients expressed an interest in gardening. At Kilbryde Hospice we are very lucky to have a garden area which is south facing and which can be …

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Could you complete the Kilbryde Hike?

We are super excited to announce that we are partnering with the Boys Brigade for this year’s Kilbryde Hike! –  Our supporters can now sign up for the Kilbryde Hike as a sponsored event in aid of Kilbryde Hospice. The annual Kilbryde Hike is a 33 …

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NXP Semiconductors Support Kilbryde Hospice

Kilbryde Hospice would like to say a huge thank you to NXP Semiconductors (formerly Freescale Semiconductors) for the recent support that they have extended to us. In October 2015, NXP very kindly donated an iPad for use in our Day Services unit. The iPad will now allow us …

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Death Cafe Success

Our Clinical Services Manager, Margaret Mary Cowan, shares her experience at hosting the first ever ‘Death Cafe’ at Kilbryde Hospice and how it all went on the night. When planning for Kilbryde Hospice’s Death Awareness Week it seemed only natural to hold a Death Café. The …

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Kilbryde Merchandise now Available!

We now have some lovely Kilbryde Hospice merchandise available to purchase from our Retail Shops, Fundraising Stall or from the reception at the hospice. We have a stock of Trolley Keyrings (£1), Pin Badges (£1), Kilbryde Tote Bags (£3) and Pens (£1, black ink and sold separately). If …

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Kilbryde Ladies Lunch Success!

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who came along to our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party themed Ladies Lunch. Kilbryde Hospice are delighted to announce that on the day we raised a phenomenal £21,000! We hope all of …

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Death Awareness Week at Kilbryde

At Kilbryde Hospice next week we celebrate Death Awareness Week from Monday 9th May to Sunday 15th. Death Awareness week is an opportunity to place the importance of talking about death, dying and bereavement firmly on the national agenda. It …

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