David Kay's Space Hopper Challenge
14 miles, 90,000 squats, all for Trinity Hospice
On Monday 30th August David Kay did the unthinkable: he bounced his way from Rossall to St Anne's on a Space Hopper. His mission? To raise as much money as possible for Trinity Hospice.
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More than just a building, hospice care reaches into homes across the Fylde Coast
You’ll also find our team at the hospital and working with residential and care homes. You’ll even find us linked up with local schools...
We care, we really do; it’s at the centre of everything. To us, every patient is an individual, with choices around what sort of care they would like, and where they would like to receive it.
We are about living life to the full and living well to the very end.
Watch Nikki's StoryWhen I was diagnosed I felt like I was in a whirlpool, Trinity really helped to straighten everything out for us.Nikki
Read Mike's StoryThe Linden Centre helped me to cope with losing my wife to cancer with calmness and strength.Mike
Read Claire's StoryThe night he died, Martin was with the people he loved - exactly where he wanted to be.Claire
Ways you can help patients and their loved ones
A leader in palliative care but a local charity – it’s the support of the community that keeps our doors open all day, every day.
Blackpool Memory Walk
Saturday 18th September, 2021
Lawson’s Field, Blackpool