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Hospice open two new rooms in Long Term Care Unit

Alice House Hospice staff were delighted to officially open two new rooms in their Long Term Care Unit, which were kindly funded by Hospice Patrons Chris and Mary Musgrave, son and wife of the late Joe Musgrave.

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Meet Alice Mouse

Staff at Alice House Hospice are delighted to introduce their new mascot, Alice Mouse.

As the newest member of the Fundraising Team, Alice will be attending fundraising events and generally supporting the work of the team, so keep your eyes peeled! 

Dying Matters!

On Saturday 19th May Alice House Hospice is taking part in an open Dying Matters event at Blue House Woodlands Natural Burial Site from 11am – 3pm.  Entry to the event is free.

In 2009, the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) set up the Dying Matters Coalition to promote public awareness of dying, death and bereavement. 

Ukelele group support Hospice

Hartlepool Ukulele Group (HUG) recently presented Alice House Hospice with a cheque for £1,500.

The group, who currently have 25 members, play at old people homes and clubs around Hartlepool; they never charge for their performances but do ask for donations for the Hospice.

Bowled over by local support

Alice House Hospice has received £1,000 donation to purchase a syringe driver from kind hearted quizzers at Hartlepool Indoor Bowls Club. 

Local stitchers display their work

Foggy Furze Quilters and Embroiderers are hosting a Patchwork and Embroidery Exhibition from 10am to 5pm on Friday 4th May and Saturday 5th May at the Marine Hotel, Seaton Carew.

The group who meet at Seaton Carew Social Club every Monday have been busy over the last two years producing group quilts, projects and other items for the exhibition.

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