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Alice runs the 50km rainbow for St Oswald’s Hospice!

Young fundraiser Alice Maguire, 10, celebrated International Women’s Day on Monday 8th March by completing 50km of running in just seven days.

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Helena and Katherine's mountainous challenge in memory of Mum Caroline

10 peaks, 11 hours and four very sore legs later, best friends Helena and Katherine completed a 40 mile run into and over Northumberland’s Cheviot Hills and neighbouring peaks in memory of Helena's mum, Caroline who was cared for at St Oswald's Hospice.

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Meet Eileen...

As we couldn’t provide the specialist care we do without the support of our fantastic Lymphoedema Volunteers, we felt it was only right to share one of their stories this week – during Lymphoedema Awareness Week.

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Callum and Joseph’s 100 miles in memory of Nanna Celia

Callum and Joseph’s 100 miles in memory of Nanna Celia

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Meet Ella...

As #StudentVolunteeringWeek comes to a close we’d like to introduce Ella Taylor. Ella has been volunteering as a Ward Helper with us for just over a year and has continued to volunteer throughout the pandemic whilst in sixth form.

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Meet Tilly...

As we continue to mark #StudentVolunteeringWeek, meet Tilly Nixon. Tilly has been volunteering with us for four years and has been a huge support to our retail team throughout the pandemic.

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Meet Laura...

“The bereavement project is a new development for St Oswald’s so it’s been a brilliant challenge.”

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“I truly believe that I have the best nursing job in the North East”

December marks the end of the #YearofTheNurseandMidwife. We hope you’ve enjoyed meeting some of our fantastic nursing staff throughout 2020. This month,, we’d like to introduce you to Angela Egdell, our Director of Care Services.

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Remembering Helen

Kind and selfless with a zest for life, Helen Fenwick, 51 from Whitley Bay, was a much-loved mother, wife, sister and friend. Sadly, Helen was diagnosed with cancer in July of this year and died just two months later at St Oswald’s Hospice, with her family by her side.

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Remembering Grandad Tanya

A family with members in the North East and Yorkshire will be lighting a candle in their window this Christmas for a special man who they said goodbye to earlier this year.

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