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Appeal To Supporters – we need you now more than ever!

By Sam Heggie | 4 April, 2020

With charities reportedly facing a significant loss of income over the next six months due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Michael Sobell Hospice Charity (MSHC) is no exception, and is now appealing to supporters for help. “It’s a devastating time for the charity fundraising team,” explained Ophelia Chambers-Henry, MSHC Events Manager.…

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MSH delighted to welcome back Princess Katherine of Serbia

By Sam Heggie | 18 February, 2020

On Wednesday 26th February, Michael Sobell Hospice patients, staff and volunteers will welcome Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia, as she returns to the Hospice in honour of the recent reopening of the inpatient unit after its complete refurbishment. Dr Elaine Laycock, who worked at Michael Sobell Hospice…

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10th year for Hospice Ladies in the Night Walk – join us!

By Sam Heggie | 3 February, 2020

10 years of memories – is the focus of this summer’s Ladies in the Night walk in aid of Michael Sobell Hospice, which hopes to see over 1,000 walkers powering the streets, starting from Mount Vernon Hospital, on Friday 19th June. “Since the inpatient unit reopened, we’ve seen so many…

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Hospice inpatient unit opens its doors to first patient

By Sam Heggie | 17 January, 2020

On Wednesday morning, a “relieved” Miriam Miles, 66, of Rickmansworth, was the first patient to be admitted to the newly refurbished Michael Sobell Hospice (MSH) inpatient unit after it underwent a major refurbishment project over the summer. Miriam, who was diagnosed with breast cancer over six years ago, will now…

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