Director of Care Dot Gillespie talks to The Sentinel’s John Woodhouse about the hospice taking exciting steps forward in helping young adults with life-limiting illnesses
As the Director of Care Services here at the Donna Louise Children's Hospice, Dot Gillespie is used to challenges. With the hospice taking a major step forward in helping life-limited young adults, Dot has shared the plans with John Woodhouse, "If you can't do it through Plan A, you do it through Plan B or C."
We are thrilled to announce that Olympic medallist swimmer, Adam Peaty MBE will become an ambassador for the charity.
Many of us visited the Weston Christmas Light display over Christmas and Graham our very own Mr Claus tells us in his own words what drives him to do such a magical thing.
It has always been my pleasure to organise the 'Weston Christmas Light Display' for a children's hospice which has done so much for my family. My late sister, Jessica had a truly amazing fascination for colour; light; and sound which was my inspiration in 2013 to organise a local community Winter Wonderland!
The Donna Louise Children's Hospice has today announced that it will build a new multi-million Pound facility to cater for its service users beyond the age of 19.
The facility, expected to be located on the site of the children's hospice in Trentham, will be funded by The Denise Coates Foundation.
Wednesday 30th November sees the launch of a very special range of mugs produced by Anita Harris and six young adults who use the services at The Donna Louise Children's Hospice in Trentham.