The community packed out the Talmud Torah to support Havens Hospices and listen to the history of Havens, Little Havens and J’s, plus their new plans for a £17.4 million new hospice currently being constructed. Louise Gloyne from Havens was a fascinating speaker and told some moving stories of past patients of Havens as well as the positive future ahead.
Over £900 was raised which the Board of SWHC has agreed to match pound for pound. That means over £1800 is going to Havens to help with the vital work they do for end-of-life care. Thank you to Marilyn Salt, Sara Vandermolen, Rita Roth and all those who helped arrange this wonderful event.
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