Trump signs up for the Wolterton Extravagant

On September 16 2017 one of Norfolk’s great country houses, Wolterton Hall, will open its doors for the Wolterton Extravagant – a charity fundraiser in aid of Hospice Ethiopia.  Alongside a champagne reception, a three-course feast and lots of live entertainment, there’s the chance to win some exclusive prizes.  And Wolterton’s very own Trump is … Continue reading Trump signs up for the Wolterton Extravagant

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The Wolterton Extravagant

The ‘Wolterton Extravagant’  In aid of Hospice Ethiopia  Saturday September 16 2017, from 7.30pm. Carriages at Midnight In the Marble Room, various adjacent chambers & the grounds, of Wolterton Hall, by kind permission of  Mr Peter Sheppard & Mr Keith Day.  In the presence of The Lady Dannatt MBE, Patron. Tickets: £50 (limited numbers) – early … Continue reading The Wolterton Extravagant

Hospice Ethiopia Report, Spring 2017

This report details the clinical visits made, meetings held, and teaching carried out during a three week visit to Addis Ababa in March & April 2017.  These were conducted on behalf of Hospice Ethiopia UK (the newly registered UK charity formerly known as the Norwich group supporting Hospice Ethiopia) and the International Consortium. The visit was … Continue reading Hospice Ethiopia Report, Spring 2017

The Diocese of Norwich supports Hospice Ethiopia in the Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2017

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFYm6Fc2zM0 In 2017 the Bishop's Appeal in Norwich will be focused on raising money to provide a car for Hospice Ethiopia to reach those in need of palliative care. Through the appeal, your money will go towards providing the Hospice with an off-road rental car for three years.  Roads are often rough and of poor quality, … Continue reading The Diocese of Norwich supports Hospice Ethiopia in the Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2017

Hospice Ethiopia in the British Medical Journal

Blog as originally featured in the BMJ Opinion, 27 May 2016. http://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2016/05/27/jamie-and-sue-mumford-palliative-care-in-ethiopia/  We have recently returned from our fourth visit to Addis Ababa. With less than 1% of the estimated 150,000 new cancer cases annually in Ethiopia receiving specialist oncological treatment [1], the need for affordable palliative care in the country is huge. Hospice Ethiopia, … Continue reading Hospice Ethiopia in the British Medical Journal