Aylsham Rotary club has raised an amazing £3000 to pay for Yohanna, a nurse at Hospice Ethiopia, to go to Hospice Africa Uganda in Kampala to study for her diploma in Palliative care. Yohanna has said the following about this fantastic opportunity: "My role as a palliative care nurse is to take greater responsibility for … Continue reading Aylsham Rotary club donation
Sue and Jamie attended a fascinating one day conference in Oxford on the 23rd September, organised by Palliative Care Works, another UK registered charity that HE UK works closely with. Two of the delegates who gave presentations had been taught by Sue and Jamie in Addis Ababa in March. Sister Emebet & Dr Aklilu have received bursaries from … Continue reading Sharing Experience of Global Palliative Care conference
Everyone had a ball at the much anticipated 'Wolterton Extravagant' masquerade last Saturday! Plenty of eating, drinking, dancing, and fundraising went on and we raised an astounding £12,000 for Hospice Ethiopia. Very many thanks to all those who so generously gave their time and money - it couldn't have happened without you. There was an … Continue reading Masked Ball Raises £12,000 for Hospice Ethiopia!
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 ‘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
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).