Monthly Archive: May 2014

A Royal Chicken House

A Royal Chicken House

Posted on 29th May 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

A Wotton-under-Edge father is creating a replica of Prince Charles’ chicken house at his home after receiving permission to do so from the Prince of Wales. Richard Meyer, wrote to Highgrove House explaining his wish to [...]

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Art and Music at the Hospice

Art and Music at the Hospice

Posted on 28th May 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

Art and music therapy are an integral part of the care that patients receive at St Peter’s Hospice. Today, the Bristol Post features an article on how art and music therapy can help patients to find peace. Music [...]

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Makro kick it off in style

Makro kick it off in style

Posted on 27th May 2014 by Edd

If you visited Makro, Cribbs Causeway last Friday you would have been hard pushed not to notice their brilliant support for St Peter’s Hospice.  We are delighted to have been chosen, following a staff vote, as [...]

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‘So Simple’ at St Peter’s Hospice

'So Simple' at St Peter's Hospice

Posted on 22nd May 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

One of our Inpatient Unit patients, Alison, wrote a song with our Music Therapist Jane. The song is called ‘So Simple’ and the outcome is beautiful and moving. Click on the image to watch the film.  [...]

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International Nurses Day

International Nurses Day

Posted on 12th May 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

Here at the Hospice we are celebrating International Nurses Day! This is the international annual event established by the Royal College of Nursing, in which the general public, nursing staff and their patients come [...]

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Support and Solice in our Garden Rooms

Support and Solice in our Garden Rooms

Posted on 8th May 2014 by St Peter's Hospice

We have completed the construction of our beautiful new Garden Rooms, set to accommodate our Psycho Social Spiritual (PSS) care team. The services offered in the new building will include emotional support to patients, [...]

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