St Margaret's strives to make each day count for patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness across Somerset. We are supported by patients and their families, staff, volunteers and supporters across Somerset. Some of these wonderful people have been kind enough to share their stories with us...
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Unable to carry our her usual volunteering role, Sue helped fix uniforms
During the crisis Jill has been able to offer more of her time volunteering
Just as Belinda was getting into the swing of her new roles, the Coronavirus crisis started. She contacted St Margaret's and found we needed her help.
Sharon has had family members cared for by St Margaret’s Hospice, and with her sister working at the hospice for the last 23 years it’s a charity very close to her heart
Volunteering at St Margaret’s brought back Le-Anne’s confidence and gave her purpose, now she doesn’t ever want to stop helping
Gill recalls many touching and happy stories whilst volunteering at St Margaret’s, which she has been doing for over a decade
Ruth Jolley, Sunflower Centre Lead, Day Care & Therapies - provides an insight into how she is still providing support to her Sunflower Centre Day Hospice patients during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Faith tells how she has been helped by our lymphoedema team
Doreen, from Yeovil, explains how the Sunflower Centre at our Yeovil hospice has helped her to live with cancer
After her husband Stephen was cared for by St Margaret's, Naomi decided to organise a charity concert
Helen Webb reflects on her 22 years working at St Margaret’s Hospice Care
Fred shares his experience of St Margaret’s and why his initial misgivings about hospice care proved unfounded
Carla shares her family's experience of St Margaret's Hospice Care
Elizabeth Yates began volunteering for St. Margaret’s Hospice in 1984, and has been fundraising ever since!
Reception volunteer Doreen Eastment has been welcoming visitors to our Yeovil hospice for 12 years.
Greg Schofield explains why he cycled from John O'Groats to Land's End to raise funds for St. Margaret's Hospice.
John Young explains why he volunteers as part of our Spiritual Care team.
Michael Copham is a Ward Receptionist at St. Margaret’s In-patient Unit in Taunton. He has been volunteering since 2014 when his wife passed away at the hospice.
Mike Edwards explains why St. Margaret's Hospice will always be close to his family's hearts.
Rosie Callard volunteers at the St. Margaret’s support group for patients and carers which meets at our Sunflower Centre in Taunton.
As well as being an avid fundraiser, Tony Harris is also a dedicated volunteer in the St. Margaret’s Bridgwater Furniture Shop...
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