Hospice news

Read the latest news about St Barnabas House, from what’s going on at the hospice, to event and fundraising updates.

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Childhood friends walk from London to Brighton in memory of Lesley
“St Barnabas was so good to her, and she said how comfortable she was, knowing that they would be the people supporting her at the end."
20 March 2024
Couple walks from Fratton Park to Amex in memory of dear friend
“St Barnabas provided excellent palliative care at home for Dave and his family in his last days and we can’t thank them enough. We hope that they money we have raised will help the hospice to support more families.”
18 March 2024
Angmering man’s musical marathon is tribute to his late wife
"Cancer is a horrible disease and a lot of people have been touched by it. St Barnabas is our local hospice, and it has helped so many people locally. They were amazing with our family."
6 March 2024
Images of Debbie and Steve at their parties
Goring family raises £40,000 for St Barnabas in memory of sister and father
"Cancer is a horrible disease and a lot of people have been touched by it. St Barnabas is our local hospice, and it has helped so many people locally. They were amazing with our family."
31 January 2024
Love will build a bridge
A grieving widow from Steyning has raised £822 for St Barnabas Hospice by completing an art project begun by her late husband.
9 January 2024
Image of Tony at Lands End
Eighty-year-old Tony completes 875-mile walk for St Barnabas House
“I did it to raise awareness of the hospice that cared for my sister, who was such a lovely person. That was a very sad time, but when she went to St Barnabas, she was made to feel special. She died with dignity.”
4 December 2023
Image of Mike Hatchard with a microphone
Local jazz musician attempts a world record for singing upside down
Hastings-based pianist, Mike, is gaining a new perspective on performance on 25 October as he attempts to break the world record for singing upside down! All in aid of St Barnabas House.
17 October 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
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
Hayden, his Mum, brother Carl, and nephew Jack
Walking in memory of Mum
"When Mum went into the hospice, I didn’t really have a full understanding of what was going on, or what a hospice was because I was young. But now, looking back, I have a full understanding and I am so appreciative of everything they did for us.”
20 April 2022
On the South downs Trek
Trekkers raise almost £50k for local hospice
Mum asked us to fundraise for St Barnabas House to say thank you for the care she received, and we would never not do what she told us to!
8 April 2022

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