Stories - Trinity Hospice

Ellie loved her grandma – she was like a second mum to her right from when Ellie was a baby. They were so close. For as long as Ellie has known, her grandma was poorly. She had chronic emphysema, chronic kidney disease and type two diabetes. But Ellie was always there, helping her and caring […]

Stories - Trinity Hospice

Whatever your thoughts and fears are on death, Trinity almost spins them on their head. The nurses helped dad to laugh and smile for as long as he could. It really is a place like no other, and one which we will continue to support for as long as we are able. When dad became really […]

Stories - Trinity Hospice

We celebrate Hospice Care Week 2021 by celebrating all we have achieved over the last year and beyond. When I look back over the last year, of course it’s been tough. But there is a lot for us all at Trinity to be proud of. We got through the most challenging time we’ve ever faced […]

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Amanda is manager of our shop on Central Drive, but volunteers her time to help at our events. I’ve been volunteering at Trinity’s events for as long as I have worked here – that’s 14 years. At first I did them on my own, but then I met my partner, Brian, and now he does […]

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During 2020, when the country went into lockdown, David decided to hold a series of online performances to raise money for Trinity in an effort to stave off boredom. With an ambitious target of raising £10,000 over two years, David entertained friends, family and colleagues by playing the trumpet, singing and dancing in costume. After […]

Stories - Trinity Hospice

When Michele was referred to Trinity Hospice during a stay at Blackpool Victoria Hospital, she says she was frightened. She had been diagnosed with cancer of the womb, and was struggling to keep her pain under control. Doctors said her pain would be better managed by staff at the hospice, and recommended she come to […]

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