Together at Christmas

After the challenges of last year, we’re planning a Christmas full of hope – a time we can enjoy with the loved ones who are with us, and an opportunity to create special moments together.

Help us to reach all who need us this Christmas

This Christmas, we will be caring for more people than ever before.  

Over the last year, we have seen increasing numbers of people who need our help, and many of those are at a different stage in their diagnoses than we would normally see them. Sadly, we’re seeing more patients who missed routine screenings and appointments which were cancelled during pandemic, which means their conditions are more progressed with fewer treatment options.

We are here to help those with life-limiting conditions and their families be more prepared for the changes their condition brings in their lives, to help them continue to live as well as possible to the end of their lives.

With your support, we can continue to be a hospice without walls. You can help us to give our community the chance to be together this Christmas.

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Stacey and Lee's Story

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Lee had a number of milestones he wanted to reach. He wanted to get married and he wanted to have Christmas at home, as he always had with his family. Thanks to Trinity, he met those milestones.

Lee was diagnosed in March last year, three days before our daughter, Dorothy, was born. There was hope though, and he started treatment to give us time. After all, he was only 33.

But Lee started to become more poorly and needed more pain relief. His cancer had spread and we needed more support. That’s when we met the amazing Trinity nurses. We first saw them in the hospital, and then started to rely on the Hospice at Home team to help with Lee’s pain and sickness. When it got to the point where we were calling them almost hourly, we knew he had to go into the hospice to get his pain under control. Within 24 hours, it was like he was a different person.

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