Information about our services for patients and families.Find out more
Keep up-to-date with all the news from St Barnabas House. Here you’ll find updates on everything from our new fundraising events, news on our amazing volunteers and news about the hospice.
For all media enquiries, please contact us.
A huge and heartfelt thank you to all of you who have supported St Barnabas House in any way during September and October.
From wonderful people, young and young at heart, to clubs, groups, organisations and businesses, here are a few of you who have helped to provide vital hospice care through your recent support. We wish we could mention every single one of you!
Jackie Holland for shaving her hair and raising £2,061.69.
The Nigel Edwards Memorial Golf Day at Ham Manor Golf Club for raising £1,373.50.
Worthing Women’s Luncheon Club for donating £1,171.05, thank you for your generosity.
Jim Harding and friends for raising £630 from Gaynor’s Walk 2020.
Findon Village WI for making and selling face masks, raising £590 this year.
Stable Antiques for raising £535 from their yard sales.
The Angmering School for raising £100 from making & selling face masks.
Fabric Friends for their generous donation of £353.11.
Freda Smith, family and friends for raising £480 at their sales.
Debbie Theedom and her son Matt for donating a huge amount of gift-wrapped sweets for re-sale.
Sonia Mitchell for celebrating her 62nd birthday with her ‘Bow Boss Head Shave’ event, in memory of her husband Tony Mitchell, raising £1,010.
Audie Burrows for raising funds via JustGiving in lieu of the annual John Burrows Memorial Cricket match, raising £600.
Derek Crush for raising £200 from selling pumpkin plants at Steyning Farmers Market.
The Swallows Return for their continued support and raising £263 from their September and October quizzes.
Andy Reynolds for raising £500 from the sale of his boxing photo
Doreen Dunning for donating beautiful laptop patchwork quilts for Day Hospice patients.
For all the Facebook celebration fundraisers for their generosity in raising funds for St Barnabas House.