Volunteers

Bristol Rovers support the Hospice

Bristol Rovers support the Hospice

Posted on 21st February 2020 by St Peter's Hospice

Bristol Rovers and Bristol Rovers Community Trust recently visited the Hospice to help celebrate the International Year of the Nurse, in honour of 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale.   Bristol [...]

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We’ve been shortlisted in the 2020 Charity Film Awards!

We've been shortlisted in the 2020 Charity Film Awards

Posted on 28th January 2020 by St Peter's Hospice

St Peter’s Hospice has been unveiled on the shortlist for the 2020 Charity Film Awards. Our film ‘How We Care’ was created to introduce patients and families to hospice care and the services that they [...]

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Could you help people grieve for the death of a loved one?

Could you help people grieve for the death of a loved one

Posted on 21st October 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

Julie contacted the Hospice after the death of her father. Having initially not been sure as to how they could help her she was offered ten sessions to talk to an Emotional and Psychological Support Volunteer. Speaking [...]

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Calling all Good Listeners

Calling all Good Listeners

Posted on 14th October 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

Are you a good listener with an understanding of grief and death? The Hospice is currently on the lookout for Emotional and Psychological Support Volunteers to give up some of their time to support our families. Our [...]

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Volunteer drivers needed!

Volunteer drivers needed

Posted on 24th September 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

St Peter’s Hospice are on the lookout for new volunteer drivers to join our wheelchair vehicle driver team! This is a fulfilling and rewarding volunteer role where you could make a huge difference to our patients. [...]

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Volunteer profile: Rose, Day Hospice and Winterbourne shop

Volunteer profile: Rose, Day Hospice and Winterbourne shop

Posted on 17th September 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

Rose lives in Winterbourne and worked as a dental nurse before retiring twelve years ago. She now volunteers at the St Peter’s Hospice Shop in the village as well as at Day Hospice in Brentry. I had enjoyed my job &[...]

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The Difference Volunteering Can Make

The Difference Volunteering Can Make

Posted on 6th June 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

Bev wasn’t going to attend Day Services, and always referred to the hospice as St Pete’s and would never use the word ‘hospice’. She was persuaded to give it a go, and Bev was picked up on her [...]

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Become a Hospice Volunteer

Become a Hospice Volunteer

Posted on 5th June 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

This week we’re celebrating Volunteer Week here at the Hospice. Did you know we have over 1,460 volunteers covering 20 different roles? Volunteers play a vital role for us and there’s something for anyone [...]

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Become a Neighbours Network ‘Angel’

Become a Neighbours Network 'Angel

Posted on 27th March 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

Every Wednesday, an angel comes through the front door of James Boston’s home – her name is Debbie Weston, a volunteer for our Hospice Neighbours Network. Our Neighbours Network are volunteers who carry tasks [...]

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Weather update: Friday 1 February

Weather update: Friday 1 February

Posted on 1st February 2019 by St Peter's Hospice

  Weather update for patient services and shops, Friday 1 February   Day Hospice is cancelled today; all patients affected were personally informed yesterday.   All other services are running as usual. &[...]

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