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We are excited to share our news with you that our brand new charity shop opened in Stroud this week.
Whilst we are all following guidance on social distancing and even self-isolating it is especially important to try and do all that we can to look after our wellbeing.
The advice is clearly that wherever possible we should be staying at home.
We hope to bring together lots of ideas about how you can do this, and we will add to these pages as time goes on so please feel free to pop back again in the future!
How we are working to help help you during the Covid Crisis
Thank you to everyone that took part in our spring raffle with ticket proceeds totalling around £5,500.
The lucky winning ticket numbers are:
1st prize of £1,000- ticket number 1125
2nd prize of £100- ticket number 52754
3rd prize of £50- ticket number 76069
Congratulations to the winners, who have all been contacted by Longfield Hospice
We’ve received a very special message of support for our urgent work at this critical time from our Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales
Longfield launches COVID-19 Urgent Appeal launched to help Hospice at Home service free up vital NHS beds in Gloucestershire
1,200 forget me nots planted. Each flower symbolising a life remembered. £37,500 raised for Longfield Community Hospice. Thank you ...
Longfield Community Hospice is proud to be part of the wider Gloucestershire voluntary sector, which is coming together through charities and community volunteers to support vulnerable people during the Covid-19 outbreak.
More than 800 Forget Me Nots have been dedicated in memory of loved ones in a new sculpture in Gloucester Cathedral’s garden.
So far, £27,800 has been raised for Longfield Hospice from the appeal with more money expected to come in over the coming weeks.
The sculpture was unveiled in the Cathedral’s garth on Thursday 5th March and will remain in place until 25th March. It is made up of 1,000 metal flowers with more than 800 of them dedicated to loved ones so far.
Former Highgrove worker meets HRH, The Prince of Wales on private visit to Longfield