LADIES IN THE NIGHT IS BACK!

Our annual Ladies in the Night Walk will consist of two routes, a 5.5 mile and a 10 mile.

We have listened to our supporter's feedback from 2018 and this year the walk will be reversed so walkers will start off going down Duck's Hill Rd instead of walking uphill on the way back to base.

(under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
Thank You to everyone who attended the charity bike ride on Sunday 30th June.
You can view the photos taken on the day by Trevor Burrows by clicking below.
2019 De-Clutter, Donate & we will collect

Your kind donations will be gratefully received.

Call 01895 825 106 / 020 3826 2367 to arrange a collection with our warehouse team.

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Michael Sobell Hospice Update – Friday 16th August 2019

As you know from previous updates there was a meeting held  on 11th July attended by the Commissioners of the Hospice Services at Michael Sobell Hospice including East & North Herts Clinical Commissioning Group, Herts Valley CCG, Hillingdon CCG and North West London Collaborative (NWLC) representing Harrow, Brent and Ealing CCGs. The East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust also attended in support. The purpose of the meeting was to confirm the commissioning intentions from all key commissioners regarding services delivered at Michael Sobell Hospice.

Michael Sobell Hospice Update – Friday 16th August 2019

As you know from previous updates there was a meeting held  on 11th July attended by the Commissioners of the Hospice Services at Michael Sobell Hospice including East & North Herts Clinical Commissioning Group, Herts Valley CCG, Hillingdon CCG and North West London Collaborative (NWLC) representing Harrow, Brent and Ealing CCGs. The East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust also attended in support. The purpose of the meeting was to confirm the commissioning intentions from all key commissioners regarding services delivered at Michael Sobell Hospice.

The meeting was very positive and progressive in relation to the transfer of Service Provider at the Hospice for the Day Centre, In Patient Unit and 24 hour helpline.

Subsequent to that meeting a Michael Sobell Hospice Completion Group was established which is attended by all the interested parties and now meets weekly to support the smooth transition of the service and support the existing and future patients in the best way possible.

Estates and Facilities of The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are very much involved in those meetings as the current lease will be transferred. They have also facilitated separate meetings with Michael Sobell Hospice Charity and Harlington Hospice as regards the remedial works necessary for the In Patient Unit to reopen.

All staff at the Day Centre and their Unions are currently being consulted with and meetings are being held regarding their transfer to the new service provider in accordance with Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations.

You can be reassured that every effort is being made by all of the organisations involved to return Michael Sobell Hospice to full service including the In Patient Unit.  

Michael Breen

Chairman of the Board of Trustees

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Where the money goes

The Michael Sobell Hospice Charity fully funds all of the Day Hospice, its staff and services so that the care patients receive is free of charge.