To be honest, it was a surprise to me how well the hospice catered for my mum and all of us as a family. The hospice was not as I expected – it was a pleasant place to be at a difficult time.Family of a patient
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St Ann’s Hospice news
All the latest news from St Ann’s Hospice.
17 May 2013
On our 42nd Anniversary, we are supporting Dying Matters Awareness Week and encouraging you to make sure you’re prepared
16 May 2013
Meet the Day Care Dollies – a group of St Ann’s nurses and support staff who have volunteered for our Manchester Midnight Walk.
9 May 2013
St Ann’s Hospice is looking for a high-profile figure to take it through one of the most challenging periods in its history.
3 May 2013
Five schoolgirls staged their own charity run to raise money for St Ann’s Hospice.
16 April 2013
A mum has won her battle with illness to finally take her place in a late night charity walk. Candice Kearsley desperately wanted to join the Manchester Midnight Walk as a way of thanking the hospice which cared for her late grandmother.
15 April 2013
Student Rachel Farquhar is making her debut in the Virgin London Marathon (Sunday, April 21) in memory of her grandparents who were treated at St Ann’s Hospice.
12 April 2013
Taxi driver Ian Reid is urging cabbies not to lose their way when it comes to staying in shape.
9 April 2013
Schoolgirl Amelia Williams had to keep quiet about her fundraising efforts for St Ann’s Hospice.
26 March 2013
John Cassells died before his first grandchild was born but did survive long enough to discover hidden talents as an artist.
21 March 2013
The emotions and experiences of patients at St Ann’s Hospice were captured by pupils from a nearby primary school.