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Two smiling trekkers on the 2022 South Downs Trek
Sarah tackles a marathon-length trek in memory of her godmother
“I’m really looking forward to being out on the Downs in the fresh air and being part of something to support St Barnabas.”
17 August 2023
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You can make a difference to hospice care
We’re keen to hear from people who use or are interested in our hospice services. Maybe you’re a patient or a family member of a patient. Or you might be a member of the wider community who cares about excellent hospice care being available in the Worthing, Adur, Arun and Henfield area.
31 July 2023
Becky and her dad at home
Becky tackles Man Vs Mountain
“They helped prepare us for what was to come and did everything in their power to keep Dad comfortable.”
13 July 2023
Mark and Lola on their hike
Mark and Lola walk the Pennine Way
"Doing this fundraising has restored my faith in humanity: you can watch the news and think how awful we are as a species, but the work people do at St Barnabas House is just incredible. It has been fantastic to do something to help and say thank you.”
11 July 2023
A group of volunteers at the Heart awards
Heart Awards celebrate hospice volunteers
Our Vice President, Sally Gunnell OBE presented the awards, which were given to three individuals who have gone above and beyond in their support.
7 July 2023
Daegan running in the Littlehampton10k
Daegan runs 100km to raise funds for hospice that cared for his dad
“When Dad entered the hospice’s care, we just felt instant gratitude, like a weight had been lifted. I thought I need to give something back and I'm not good at very much, so it was running or nothing really.”
30 May 2023
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Bicycle Exchange supports local hospice
“When I was researching local charities for us to partner with, there were so many worthwhile causes that were recommended to me. However, St Barnabas House was a name that kept coming up and it was clear that the work they do is so important to the community and has really helped so many people."
26 May 2023
Jack, James and Mark with Jo family snap.
Worthing men cycle from Canterbury to Rome in memory of local geography teacher
“St Barnabas were a fantastic help for Mum and the family at the most challenging period of our lives. Mum had a lot of difficult times towards the end of her illness and St Barnabas was always only a phone call away."
25 May 2023
Sue at Night to remember
Upper Beeding businesswoman will make it a Night to Remember for much-loved colleague
"I have always supported St Barnabas by donating every year, but this year, in the 10th anniversary of Mum leaving us, I wanted to go that extra mile (15 of them, actually!)"
6 April 2023
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Walking in memory of mum on her 10th anniversary
"I have always supported St Barnabas by donating every year, but this year, in the 10th anniversary of Mum leaving us, I wanted to go that extra mile (15 of them, actually!)"
5 April 2023
Hospice nurses take on high-stakes challenge to show “Life is there to be grabbed”
“In this job, you really appreciate how short life is. That takes the fear out of a lot of things, because you realise how lucky you are to have the option of doing it."
27 March 2023
Polly and her family taking a selfie in the sun
Worthing family make it a Night to Remember in memory of stepdad, David
“Excellent end-of-life care is priceless, but it does come at a price for the hospice, and so the funds we raise are very much needed.”
31 January 2023