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Severn Hospice Lights of Love goes online

Lights of Love goes online

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For the first time ever, families from across the globe can all be part of our special Christmas service to remember loved ones missed. Our Lights of Love service will be taking place virtually this year instead of at St Chad’s Church, Shrewsbury – and it means anyone with internet access can watch when it is… Read more »

Classic car show to celebrate 10th year this summer

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Motorists in Shropshire and beyond are gearing up for the tenth year of a popular classic car show in support of Severn Hospice. Hundreds of classic and vintage cars will take centre stage at Attingham Park for our annual Classic Vehicle Rally on August 11. The event will see vehicles from all eras on display… Read more »

Hospice gardens to open to the public

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Our green-fingered gardening staff and volunteers are getting set to open the award-winning gardens of our hospice to the public. The blooming beautiful gardens of Severn Hospice will play host to two open garden events across both sites over the coming weeks. Hundreds are set to flock to our gardens in Bicton, Shrewsbury on Sunday… Read more »

Mike to walk in memory of Suzanne and Eric

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Mike Lauriello has experienced first-hand the ‘exceptional’ care families receive at Severn Hospice after the two people closest to him were looked after by us. His wife of 34 years, Suzanne, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011 and underwent extensive surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. She was told her cancer was incurable and died in… Read more »

Riley’s Runners to conquer Kapow! in David’s memory

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A team of fundraising superheroes are preparing to conquer Shropshire’s biggest inflatable obstacle course Kapow! in memory of a close friend and family member. David Riley died last year, aged 43, after receiving ‘phenomenal’ end-of-life care with us following diagnosis of an aggressive brain tumour. Now his wife Emily Riley will lead her team Riley’s… Read more »