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End of life drama wins national award

End of Life Care, Palliative

End of Life drama Homeward Bound won the Partnership Working award at the Patient Experience Network National Awards on March 21. Homeward Bound was written by Brian Daniels, and was commissioned in 2016 by the National Council for Palliative Care. The play and its accompanying learning materials have been supported by Pancreatic ...

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Businesses raise funds for World Kidney Day

Charity, Fundraising

On World Kidney Day, 9 March, the charity Kidney Wales will be featured on Nation Radio to publicise its fundraising initiative, ‘Bring a Pound to Work Day’. The charity is asking local businesses, schools, colleges and groups to all round up their work colleagues, friends and family and each take in £1 in to ...

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Winners revealed for 2017 NCPC awards

NCPC, Awards, Bereavement

The National Council for Palliative Care has announced the winners for its 2017 awards. The winners were announced at the NCPC’s 25th anniversary event at the House of Lords on 22 February. Over 90 entries were received for the four categories. The winners were: Bereavement Project of the Year – ...

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‘How Do We Live with Death?’ Festival asks the big questions

Death and Beyond

On 4 and 5 March speakers will be tackling the big issues surrounding death and mortality at the Southbank Centre, London. The programme is part of a year long festival titled, Belief and Beyond Belief, The first weekend of March will feature speakers including; Sarah Bakewell, author of How to Live: A ...

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NCPC conference offers first in-depth look at Government’s End of Life Care Commitment


The first event looking in depth at the National Commitment on end of life care is taking place on March 10, reports the NCPC. Getting Real About the National Commitment, organised by the National Council for Palliative Care, brings together experts from palliative, social and medical care. It will look in ...

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Funeral director shortlisted for business award

Funeral Directors

Dorset’s Douch Family Funeral Directors has been shortlisted for a prestigious business award. The group with eight branches is in line for the Family Business of the Year Award, 2017, in the south west region. Run by Family Business United, the awards recognise the diversity, strength and depth of family ...

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Anderson Maguire named Family Business of The Year 2016

Funeral Directors

Anderson Maguire Funeral Directors has won The Herald’s Family Business of The Year Award (small – medium) 2016. The Awards were celebrated at Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel by more than 300 members of Scotland’s business community. The Herald Scottish Family Business Awards in association with Business Gateway  recognise and reward ...

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Funeral directors wins award for Outstanding Performing Business

Funeral Director

Kenneth Keegan Independent Funeral Directors has been named an Outstanding Performing Business by Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce. The ‘ROCCO’ Awards have been held annually in November every year for more than a decade. The ROCCOs allow local businesses and organisations of all sizes and sectors to enter a wide range ...

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Coffin manufacturer helps put on panto

Funeral Director

It was panto time in Oxford just before Christmas, when the Oxfordshire Freemasons entertained local disabled and disadvantaged youngsters with a fun-filled free performance of children’s favourite Cinderella. Colourful Coffins’ Kevin Tomes donned full make-up, wig and costume as one of 12 pantomime dames and everyone worked hard to ensure ...

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Ballard & Shortall spreads Christmas cheer

Funeral home

For the third consecutive year, Ballard & Shortall, Forest Row, supported the Forest Row Christmas Treat event on December 3. The company teamed up with the Forest Row Business Forum and offered horse-drawn carriage rides to the local community. The funeral home helped to spread festive cheer around the village and ...

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