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Appeal to Haverhill residents to ‘lend a hand’ during Hospice Care Week




Pupils from St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School with Cllr Betty McLatchy, Haverhill Mayor, Barbara Gales, hospice chief executive, and Sarah Glasswell, hospice occupational therapist add their handprints to a mural created by St Nicholas Hospice Care for Hospice Care Week's 2015 theme of 'giving a hand'. ANL-150610-094423001
Pupils from St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School with Cllr Betty McLatchy, Haverhill Mayor, Barbara Gales, hospice chief executive, and Sarah Glasswell, hospice occupational therapist add their handprints to a mural created by St Nicholas Hospice Care for Hospice Care Week's 2015 theme of 'giving a hand'. ANL-150610-094423001

Haverhill residents are being asked to ‘lend a helping hand’ to those in need during Hospice Care Week.

To mark the week, from October 5 to 11, St Nicholas Hospice Care is asking people to add their handprints to a mural to show their support.

Having spent part of last week at the hospice’s base in Bury St Edmunds, the mural travelled to the Burton Centre, in Camps Road, on Monday.

Cllr Betty McLatchy, Haverhill Mayor, Barbara Gale, hospice chief executive, and Sarah glasswell, hospice occupational therapist, added their handprints along with eight pupils from St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School.



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