A local hospice is heading to Stockbridge to share what it does with the community.

The Countess of Brecknock Hospice, an organisation that provides palliative and end-of-life care to those with life-limiting conditions, will be hosted by The Grosvenor Hotel on April 5 for an opportunity to meet the hospice's care team. 

It’s also a chance to find out about the services it provides, which include an inpatient unit, a hospice at-home service, and outpatient clinics.

The day will also be an opportunity to learn about supporting the hospice. Although it is an NHS hospice, The Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust has supported the hospice for more than 20 years, allowing patients to be admitted full-time. 

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All care at the hospice is completely free, which allows them to help those who need it most. It does, however, mean they rely largely on donations in order to provide the best care possible.

The hospice staff will be taking questions from 10.30am to 12.30pm, with refreshments provided by the hotel. 

To find out more about donating to the hospice, or to watch a virtual tour of their facilities, visit their website at cobh.org.uk/.