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The manager of a children's hospice says that donations from the public have dropped to their lowest level ever.
Zoe's Place in Middlesbrough has seen a reduction of around 300 thousand pounds in the last two years. The revelation comes during Children's Hospice Week.
Staff at children's hospice, Zoe's Place on Teesside say public donations have dropped to an all time low because of the financial climate. The hospice provides day and night care for sick children.
Parent Dave McGill uses Zoe's Place in Middlesbrough on a regular basis and says it's been a huge help to his son, Oscar.
Staff at a children's hospice on Teesside say public donations have dropped to an all time low.
Managers at Zoe's Place, in Middlesbrough, say the financial climate is stopping people from making contributions.
The hospice provides day and night care for sick children who require special attention.