Get your gardens looking amazing this summer with the help of St Barnabas!
St Barnabas Hospice are delighted to once again be hosting a Cream Tea and Plant Sale on Sunday 2nd June, from 1.30pm to 4.00pm at their Gainsborough Hospice, on Front Street, Morton (DN21 3AD). This popular afternoon presents a great opportunity for you to go along and choose from an array of beautiful plants in time to get your gardens looking great for summer whilst at the same time enjoying delicious homemade cream teas! Everyone is very welcome and entry is free!
The charity is delighted to see members of local communities attending their weekly Community Coffee Mornings at their Gainsborough Hospice. These are open to everyone from 10.00am to 12.00pm; entry is free, so why not pop along for a coffee and chat with friends?
Their Coffee Morning on 16th May falls within National Dying Matters week which St Barnabas supports. Dying Matters is a partnership of individual and organisational members across England and Wales, which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life.
Having conversations about our own death is never easy but planning for the inevitable will reduce worry and heartache for your loved ones. To find out more visit www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk or follow St Barnabas Hospice on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #StBDyingMatters
Make a Will Month is back for 2019!
Create or amend your basic will free of charge this May with one of St Barnabas Hospice’s local supporting solicitors, including Sills and Betteridge in Marshall’s Yard in Gainsborough.
It’s always a good time to revise or create your will. A new addition to the family, the purchase of a house or losing a loved one alters an existing will; time flies by and wills can be expensive to amend.
All they ask is if you would consider a gift in your will to help St Barnabas Hospice continue to support over 10,500 patients, their families and carers each year? To find out more please call Sam Waterer on 01522 540 300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.