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Hospice unveils two new patient rooms

Two brand new patient bedrooms have been officially opened at St. Joseph’s Hospice enabling it to care for more members of the local community.

Light up a Life this weekend

St. Joseph’s Hospice will be hosting its annual Light up a Life event this weekend and is looking forward to welcoming families back in to the hospice’s woodland gardens.

Virtual reality provides comfort to hospice patients

Patients at St. Joseph’s Hospice can now enjoy a wide range of new experiences and activities, including swimming with dolphins, space travel, wildlife encounters, fun fair rides and guided meditation.

Book now for hospice Christmas tree collection

St. Joseph’s Hospice will be out collecting Christmas trees from across North Liverpool and Sefton in January to raise important funds for the hospice.

Hospice launches new Community Hero volunteer roles

St. Joseph’s Hospice is looking for a number of local people to support it as Community Heroes out in their own local communities.

Help St. Joseph’s to sparkle this Christmas

St. Joseph’s Hospice has launched its Sparkle event again this year so that its patients will be able to see Christmas trees and sparkling lights through their bedroom window during the coming festive season.

Hospice invites local families to light up a life

Christmas is on the way and St. Joseph’s Hospice has announced the date for its Light up a Life 2021 service, which will take place on Sunday 5th December.

2021 Christmas cards on sale

St. Joseph’s Hospice has launched its 2021 range of charity Christmas cards which are on sale now.

Christmas Ladies Day is back

St. Joseph’s Hospice in Thornton has announced that its longest running and most successful fundraising event will be back this year.

Strictly stars shine brightly for St. Joseph’s Hospice

Eight supporters of St. Joseph’s Hospice in Thornton performed live at its Strictly St. Joseph’s event on Saturday night (25 September) which has raised over £11,000.