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  • Julia and Hans Rausing donate £8.7 million to 27 UK hospices under financial pressure

    November 23, 2023: Philanthropists, Julia and Hans Rausing, have today announced grants of £8.7 million to 27 hospices across the UK to help them meet the significant increase in their day-to-day costs, brought about by inflation and high energy prices. Hospices in particular need of support were identified by the Julia and Hans Rausing Trust,…

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  • Hospice pledges to help even more in their time of need

    Scotland’s newest hospice has set out ambitious plans to help even more people at their time of greatest need. Kilbryde Hospice has been providing services to people across South Lanarkshire – a population of 360,000 – since 2008. In-patient care has been delivered since 2018, and the hospice has now revealed a three-year strategic plan…

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  • Updated Scottish Government Guideline

    From 16/5/23, following new Scottish Government guidance, we are delighted to announce, that Hospice visitors and all clinical and nursing staff within the Hospice building and out in the community in people’s homes, do not need to wear a facemask. There will be some occasions when we will require you to wear face masks or…

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  • Julia and Hans Rausing donate £8.7 million to 27 UK hospices under financial pressure

    November 23, 2023: Philanthropists, Julia and Hans Rausing, have today announced grants of £8.7 million to 27 hospices across the UK to help them meet the significant increase in their day-to-day costs, brought about by inflation and high energy prices. Hospices in particular need of support were identified by the Julia and Hans Rausing Trust,…

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  • Hospice pledges to help even more in their time of need

    Scotland’s newest hospice has set out ambitious plans to help even more people at their time of greatest need. Kilbryde Hospice has been providing services to people across South Lanarkshire – a population of 360,000 – since 2008. In-patient care has been delivered since 2018, and the hospice has now revealed a three-year strategic plan…

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  • Updated Scottish Government Guideline

    From 16/5/23, following new Scottish Government guidance, we are delighted to announce, that Hospice visitors and all clinical and nursing staff within the Hospice building and out in the community in people’s homes, do not need to wear a facemask. There will be some occasions when we will require you to wear face masks or…

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