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New Brownhills charity shop seeks volunteers

A new charity shop due to open on Brownhills High Street on 15 February is looking for retail volunteers to help with sorting and selling.

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Choose this year to volunteer

Banish those winter blues and take on a new purpose this year by joining John Taylor Hospice’s team of volunteers.

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Ensuring our care is ‘Taylor-made’

We believe that every moment matters and always strive to ensure that patients and their families receive the very best care and support.

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Tree recycling campaign nets vital funds for hospice

Generous supporters and hardworking volunteers have raised thousands of pounds through the John Taylor Hospice tree recycling scheme.

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Fabulous fundraisers congratulated at awards ceremony

Hospice supporters enjoyed a night of celebrations at a special thank you party and awards ceremony hosted in their honour.

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“It’s such a comfort to know you’re not on your own.”

When Ron and his wife Jackie were told that Ron had pancreatic cancer they turned to their local hospice for support.

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Local support for hospice

Staff from the co-operative funeralcare visited John Taylor Hospice to present a cheque for £250 towards festive celebrations.

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Castle Bromwich shop opens for business

A new charity shop to raise funds for people living with a terminal illness and their families has opened in Solihull.

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Going the distance for John Taylor Hospice

In his blog, Lee Solomon from Lilies Funeral Directors tells us why he ran 26.2 miles to help local families in Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield.

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Making every moment matter

Paul Curtis shares how John Taylor Hospice helped him, his wife Sam and their children to ‘make the most of every day together’.

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Giving something back

Helen joined the John Taylor Hospice Lottery to support our fundraising – but then a special letter arrived for her…

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From colleague to daughter

How does it feel when you work at a hospice and someone you love is admitted? One colleague shares her reflections.

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What our patients think

“I’d have really struggled without them”

“They’ve been ever so good to me and that’s why I wanted to fundraise and do something to help just like they’ve helped me.”

Philomena Sharpe

“The impact they had will never be forgotten”

“The community nurses were so helpful and they’re lovely people. They put my mind at rest and it’s such a comfort to know you’re not on your own.”

Jackie Day

“An angel sent into my life”

“I can’t thank Angie (patient and family support worker) enough for everything she’s done for us. She’s so reliable and professional – a wonderful person. She took away all these worries and was there for me in my time of need.”

Patricia Smith-Evans

“I’ve really enjoyed it”

“The FAB Programme has helped me to get fitter and my walking is better. Everyone is really nice at the hospice, they’re friendly and they’re good company. I’d recommend it to anyone who is in a similar situation to me.”

Don Bell

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