ST Clare Hospice has been officially designated as a University of Cambridge Teaching Hospice by Dr Stephen Barclay, Senior Lecturer in Palliative Care at the University of Cambridge.
RAINBOW Services are thrilled to announce the launch of an exciting new youth project on Monday 26th June 2018.
RECENTLY, the kind-hearted staff at Ashlyns Care Home near The Stow in Harlow held their first Cupcake Day as part of the ‘Ashlyns Bake Off’. A competition amongst staff and residents, the main competition was to try and win ‘The Apron 2018’ for staff baking cakes and residents are making their own cupcakes and having […]
OVER the next few years, 3,000 staff from Public Health England (PHE) are going to descend upon Harlow.
Dozens of families have signed up for St Clare’s Go Bright Walk! DOZENS of families have signed up to take part in this summer’s first-ever St Clare Hospice family-friendly 5k fundraising event – the Go Bright Walk. The inaugural Go Bright Walk will be taking place in the Water Gardens, Harlow, on Saturday 14th July […]
THE second ever Harlow SOUP took place on Thursday 24th May and saw over 100 people in attendance raising over £550 for winners Aspire Support Learn (ASL).
Hosted at Pemberley Academy, the event featured four community projects pitching to win the money collected on the door, which was on a “pay what you feel” basis.
IMAGINE that you’ve studied for six years. That you have sacrificed some of your social life to dedicate time to your dream of becoming a solicitor. To help support yourself,
ST Clare Hospice’s Hospice at Home team is celebrating receiving its 2500th referral to the service since opening in January 2014.
THIS Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) St Clare Hospice is calling on more local people to sign up for their brand new volunteer-led project, Compassionate Neighbours.
A memorial tree at the heart of St Clare Hospice gives the opportunity for local families to remember their loved ones in a very special way, whilst helping the charity to continue providing vital support to the community.
A volunteer at St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood is celebrating reaching the milestone of 25 years in service to the charity.
VOLUNTEERS across Essex have been acknowledged for their selfless commitment to communities across the county at the Who Will Care? Awards 2018.
A CHARITY that supports people in Harlow affected by sight loss will be able to extend its services thanks to a cash boost from a regional housebuilder. The Blind and Sight Impaired Society (BASIS), who work across south Essex, has received £1,000 donation as part of Persimmon Homes Essex’s Community Champions initiative. The scheme sees […]
A TEACHER at Passmores has taken the brave step of having her flowing locks radically chopped in support of three charities.
MORE than 30 venues will be opening their gates to the public in aid of St Clare Hospice during their 24th annual Open Gardens event.
Granddaughter records song to raise funds for hospice charity A STUDENT midwife from Harlow has honoured her grandmother by creating a charity song to raise funds for the hospice who cared for her. Kerry Garner (37 years from Harlow, now living in Welwyn) has created a charity CD of her original song ‘What a difference […]
DEATH is a very difficult topic for people to talk about – yet, here at St Clare Hospice, we frequently see the stress and worry that families can experience when they haven’t talked about their wishes for where and how they’d like to die – and their wishes for what happens after their death.
Race for Life takes place this weekend in Harlow. Click on link for full details.
WE ALL know that thousands of staff from Public Health England (PHE) will be descending on their new £350 million faciity soon but Head of Community Engagement, Michael Beard, is taking it literally, as he plans to sky-dive for St Clare Hospice. On June 9th, weather permitting, Michael will be plunging from a height of […]
ALL monies raised go towards a garden at the Dementia ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
A 26-strong team from Harlow and Bishops Stortford is set to take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge.
DOZENS of charity fundraisers have abseiled down the side of the Church Langley Water Tower as part of Harlow Tye Rotary weekend.
ST Clare Hospice is calling on their local schools, workplaces and community groups across West Essex and East Hertfordshire to put their creative fundraising skills to the test by taking part in their second annual Go Bright Week.
Dolly Parton tribute in aid of St Clare Hospice. Full details on poster.