The Sue Ryder charity is calling on the Government for emergency funding after the coronavirus lockdown causes shortfall of £4m a month.Read the full story ›
Hospices across the South are struggling financially due to the coronavirus pandemic.Read the full story ›
Rowans Hospice in Purbrook near Waterlooville makes dreams come true for everyone they care for.Read the full story ›
A coroner delivered his verdict today on the fire at St Michael's Hospice in July 2015.Read the full story ›
Burrell House was built in the early 1900s. The building is now beginning a new phase and giving hope to people caring for dying relatives.Read the full story ›
Legoland have taken their imagination and created an amazing garden filled with Lego creatures at a Children's Hospice in Berkshire.Read the full story ›
It's been 11 years in the planning, and now Berkshire's first residential hospice for poorly children has been officially opened.Read the full story ›
The peaceful death of a grandmother surrounded by her family has inspired her son to help raise money for the hospice that cared for her.
He's helped to design one of 24 life-sized horse sculptures, which are now on display in Tunbridge Wells, ahead of their auction next week.
Abigail Bracken went to see them.
(Abigail spoke to son Alistair Hill, artist Pete Grevitt and Ben Alonso from Hospice in the Weald).
Scores of charities have lost money after the collapse of a firm in Sussex which processed donations for them.
CCI, based in Burgess Hill, exchanged foreign currency for a commission.
But the firm went into administration in 2014 owing millions.
Now, creditors have been told it's unlikely they'll get back all their money.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Claire Irving of St Catherine's Hospice in Crawley.
Fourteen hospices in our region are to receive a share of £60m of government funding. Naomi House near Winchester is one of those which will benefit from the investment. The money will be used to create new spaces for patients, their families and carers.