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Neil Hirst, who works at Today’s Newsagents in New Waltham has set himself a huge challenge to see in the New Year: for the next four weeks he will be on a strict diet, aiming to raise vital funds in aid of St Andrew’s Hospice.
Forget long lunches and golf rounds … eBay is where it's at!
While the Office of National Statistics 2019 figures show that internet use for UK adults continues to rise steadily, recent internet use for those aged 64 to 74 years has leapt up to 83 per cent, from 52 per cent in 2011. But what has this to do with St Andrew's Hospice, you might ask? Quite a lot, actually …
Kath Hutchinson began working for St Andrew's in 1987 and has subsequently seen massive changes in both the hospice environment and patient care. We catch up with the night shift nurse to find out more ...
On the 17th October 2019, our premises manager Rob Baty attended the Grimsby In Bloom awards. This was a night to support our local voluntary community gardening campaigns, which involved some of the St Andrew’s Hospice volunteers.
During the past week the Ultimate Packaging HQ on Europarc Industrial Estate was turned into a bouncy playground. Chris ‘Tigger’ Tonge, Director at Ultimate Packaging launched his 24 hour bounce-athon on Monday 7th October.
The idea of establishing a hospice in the Grimsby area first canvassed in 1978. Rev. Julian Dunn, Rev. Michael Thorpe and Dr Harry Buckland arranged a series of gathering which culminated in a meeting of 70 people on 19th July 1979.