There's always so much happening at St Barnabas House. New developments, events, fundraising and we like to keep everybody up to date with our latest news.
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We produce three St Barnabas 'Life' newsletters each year in the Spring, Summer and Autumn. Read*more*-->
St Barnabas House marking its 40th year in West Sussex has been given a timely present from Southern Water contractor BTU. Read*more*-->
Henfield born Simon Nye, creator of 'Men Behaving Badly', supported a charity cricket match in the village on Sunday which raised nearly £1,000 for St. Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
To mark 40 years of hospice care at St Barnabas House, the Day Hospice held a traditional Summer Fete with a ruby theme on Thursday 13 June 2013. Volunteers and staff organised candy floss, skittles, giant connect four, giant jenga, hook the duck, a chocolate fountain and many more exciting activities for patients to enjoy. Read*more*-->
Debbie Scott, 42 from Worthing, will be taking part in her fifth Night to Remember midnight walk for St Barnabas House on Saturday 22 June 2013 and has been given the honour of being walker number 1! Read*more*-->
Volunteers are the backbone of St Barnabas House hospice, giving far more than just their time to those who need them. They are vital to the day to day running of the hospice and charity shops. Read*more*-->
We would like to wish everyone that supports us a very Merry Christmas and a happy new year. Read*more*-->
Sam Rosam, [age] from Worthing, will be spending Saturday 15 December 2012, dressed as our favourite man in red, Father Christmas, to help raise vital funds for local adult's hospice, St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
When it's time to change your furniture, very often items are too good to throw away, which is where the new Furniture Showroom in Broadwater, Worthing comes in! Read*more*-->
When Irene Southerton reached the grand age of 90 years, she decided that instead of gifts at her 90th birthday party, she would ask guests to make a donation to St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
St Barnabas House supporter Jonathan Nulty has recorded a very special CD album. Read*more*-->
An evening of music, entitled 'POP', was held at The Last Resort Club in Marine Parade, Worthing in October in memory of friend, mother, grandmother and aunt, Janet Garland, who sadly passed away earlier this year at St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
Bruce's Babes are a group of friends and family members who have come together to raise money for St Barnabas House in memory of Bruce Henwood; father, husband and friend. Read*more*-->
On Saturday 6 October 2012 St Barnabas House was thrilled to be one of seven charities benefitting from the annual Southern Water Raceday at Fontwell Park Racecourse. Read*more*-->
Two fantastic anonymous passengers of the withdrawn Compass Travel Service 84, donated £5,000 to St Barnabas House for the final ever two tickets. Read*more*-->
Claire Frecknall, 28 from Worthing is mad about dogs and to help celebrate Hospice Care Week (8 to 14 October 2012), she is going to be supporting St Barnabas House, by hosting her 3rd charity dog walk, called Walkies for Charity on Sunday 14 October. Read*more*-->
To celebrate Hospice Care Week from Monday 8 to Sunday 14 October 2012, a very special concert for St Barnabas House is being arranged. Head to the Assembly Hall in Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing on Friday 12 October at 7.30pm and be entertained by exciting performances throughout the evening. Read*more*-->
Over the last year, Northbrook College staff and students have helped raise £4,000 for St Barnabas House. The money has been raised after St Barnabas was nominated as Charity of the Year for the college's academic year starting September 2011. Read*more*-->
Over the last 2 years The Lancing and Sompting Lions Club, have been raising money for St Barnabas House. This fantastic group of individuals have recently commissioned and sold 2500 gold and teal bracelets for the hospice, raising £2,500 in total. Read*more*-->
On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July, Mrs Beryl Short organised, for the third consecutive year, her annual homemade lunches to raise money for St Barnabas House Hospice. Read*more*-->
On Sunday 15 April 2012 five friends and colleagues from Hm Revenue ran the arduous 26 miles of the Brighton Marathon in memory of their dear friend and colleague, Margaret Wingfield. Read*more*-->
Mark Arnold, 40, from Worthing has set himself the challenge of cycling 300 miles to Paris on 13 June to raise funds for St Barnabas House, in memory of his father who was cared for by the hospice ten years ago.
With one of the greatest sporting events on earth taking place in June this year, St Barnabas House is asking you to 'Get your kit on' and help your local hospice during the Euro 2012 tournament. Read*more*-->
Staff at Morrisons in Worthing are continuing their fundraising for St Barnabas House with a special Pier to Pier Challenge this May. Read*more*-->
A very special Hair Raising Day at Finch and Co hairdressers in East Preston has raised £865.75 for St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->
Representatives from The Rabbit Group have visited St Barnabas House in Worthing to present a cheque for £2,360 to Chief Executive, Hugh Lowson. Read*more*-->
As the price of gold rises, local hospices, Chestnut Tree House and St Barnabas House, continue to receive a golden cash boost from a Worthing jeweller.
Classic carols and seasonal songs have helped the Boundstone Carol Singers raise over £20,000 for St Barnabas House since 2003.
The St Barnabas House charity shop in Rustington this week (24 January 2012) reached a very special milestone as staff and volunteers celebrated 20 years in the village. Read*more*-->
St Barnabas was thrilled to be one of seven charities benefitting from the Southern Water race day on at Fontwell Park racecourse in October. Read*more*-->
Our 'Building a Dream' capital appeal has allowed us to build a brand new, state-of-the-art facility, just over a mile down the road from the original St Barnabas House site in Columbia Drive.
Cousins, Gemma Seymour and Hannah Lineham from Worthing, raised a monumental £8,147.95 for Chestnut Tree House and St Barnabas House by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
A night full of glitz and glamour has helped to raise an amazing £4,100 for St Barnabas House, thanks to members of Singers Rechoired. Read*more*-->
Slimming World groups from Lancing to Littlehampton lost a staggering 1,006 stones between them and raised a hefty £1,488.59 for St Barnabas.
A ball in aid of local hospices, St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House, has raised a grand total of £4,182. Read*more*-->
Thank you so much to everyone who supported our first ever Wear a Santa Suit Day!
Find out what's been happening throughout 2011 at St Barnabas House. Read*more*-->