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
The Diocese of Norwich's Lent Appeal 2017 to raise funds for a new car for Hospice Ethiopia has raised over £40,000! This will pay for a new Toyota Rav 4 car and several years' of running costs. This will allow for continued expansion of their community care programme, resulting in more people receiving vital palliative care in … Continue reading Lent Appeal 2017
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
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
Congratulations to Tim and John Morgan who have raised a massive £2765 (as of the 16th April 2017) for Hospice Ethiopia! This is extra impressive given that the pool turned on the wave machine half way through… Many thanks to those of you who have been so generous – this money will make a huge … Continue reading Tim & John do the Swimathon
Come and hear about the extraordinary work that your help is funding. An illustrated talk by Sue Mumford (palliative care nurse) and Dr Jamie Mumford (GP).
Photo of attendees at a week's palliative care course that Sue and Jamie Mumford ran at the Alert Hospital, Addis Ababa in March 2017. 20 doctors and nurses working in anaesthetics and emergency care received training in the ethos of palliative care, pain, and symptom control including prescribing morphine and communication skills. It is important that … Continue reading Palliative care course at the Alert Hospital, Addis Ababa
Hewyot was referred to Hospice Ethiopia by an Elder Leader. 70 years old, she had extreme pain in her right lower leg. Her distress was palpable, she was shaking uncontrollably, breathing rapidly, confined to her bed, her pulse was sky high, she was dehydrated and her mouth was sore. She was also a diabetic and had … Continue reading Patient Story: Hewyot
Fetle is 24. She was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 months ago. Sadly the disease had already spread and could not be cured. When she came to us she was suffering with pain in her breast, spine, underarm and left leg. She had no pain killers. The breast cancer had spread through the skin, causing an open … Continue reading Patient Story: Fetle
Thanks to everyone who came to the Aldborough lent lunch and presentation on the 19th February, in aid of the Norwich Diocese's Lent Appeal for a car for Hospice Ethiopia. We really appreciate your support!