St Giles Hospice is Pioneering Support Services for Young Children and Families Suffering Bereavement


More children and families experiencing the difficulties of losing a loved one can now receive help from St Giles Hospice, as the charity continues to grow its Phoenix bereavement and loss support service for young people across the catchment area. When Phoenix at St Giles was set up in February 2015 it offered support to children […]

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Olivia Proves That You Are Never Too Old To Learn New Tricks at St Giles


14-year-old Olivia Silk has been praised for her fantastic volunteer efforts in teaching computer skills to older people in a group which meets at St Giles Hospice in Whittington. Olivia, who is a pupil at King Edward VI School in Lichfield, got involved with the Whittington Community Computer Group as part of her Duke of […]

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Audrey Hall – Points of Light Award


Audrey Hall is a longstanding supporter of the St Giles Hospice in Whittington, which provides support for people living with cancer and other serious illnesses across the local area. Audrey, from Lichfield, has been a dedicated supporter of the St Giles Hospice, following the death of a close friend there over twenty years ago. A […]

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Light Up a Life services give families a special chance to remember loved ones


Services are being organised by leading local charity St Giles Hospice for local people to remember loved ones who have passed away. The Light Up A Life services take place across the St Giles catchment area during the run-up to Christmas. People are invited to write a personal message for inclusion in a special Book […]

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Thank you…


We’d like to say a huge thank you to the team at Tamworth’s Odeon Cinema who went above and beyond for a film-loving young patient of ours. He’d been very keen to watch the new Planet of the Apes movie so our St Giles team rang the cinema to organise a private viewing with all […]

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“St Giles Hospice treats everyone as an individual – each with their own needs.”


When Derek and Ursula Greenwood needed help to maintain their quality of life, the Day Hospice at St Giles was there to help. The service supports local people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses who want to continue to live at home – and the specialist St Giles team can offer expert advice and support […]

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St Giles Hospice Extends Bereavement Support Services To Cannock Community

Anyone who is experiencing the difficulties of losing a loved one is invited by St Giles Hospice and Cruse Bereavement Care to seek help from a free weekly drop-in Bereavement Help Point service which has just launched in Cannock. St Giles Hospice, which provides high-quality expert care for local people living with cancer and other […]

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Follow the Trick or Treat Trail and Raise Funds for St Giles Walsall Hospice!


Youngsters are being invited to join the trick or treat trail – if they dare! – at a special fun family afternoon being organised to raise money for St Giles Walsall Hospice. The Halloween Fest event is taking place on Saturday 29th October at Walsall Arboretum Extension. As well as following the trail at the […]

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