Tag / in memory
News • Sep 17, 2019 10:06 BST
All sponsorship money raised through the event will go towards care and support for patients, families and carers living with life limiting or terminal illness in Kent.
News • Aug 13, 2019 11:36 BST
Seeing at first-hand the dedication and compassion of the palliative care team meant that ellenor gained a special place in the hearts of Kathy's husband Dennis and her four children Danny, James, Gemma and Chloe, which made them want to show their support after her death by donating a play area for children within the hospice garden.
News • Aug 08, 2019 08:00 BST
“ellenor may not have been able to save my mum, but the charity has certainly saved me. The journey is still not yet over – but I do know I’m not alone”. - Elaine
News • Mar 29, 2019 08:30 GMT
Roy Debnam, Financial Guidance Co-ordinator at ellenor has died aged 70 years following a short illness. All the staff and volunteers at the charity were saddened to hear the news; he was a much loved member of the team having given more than 30 years’ service to ellenor.
News • Dec 05, 2018 09:00 GMT
Terry experienced unexpected bereavement and hopes his story will benefit both men and women.
News • Nov 26, 2018 11:42 GMT
Individuals, families and communities across Kent will come together in memory of loved ones at the Lights of Love services in December.
News • Nov 08, 2018 08:07 GMT
This Christmas, remember a loved one or those no longer with us, with a bespoke gold or silver charm designed exclusively for ellenor, so you can wear your memory and show your love.
Blog posts • Feb 24, 2016 09:30 GMT
Swanley shop manager (and well-known name in the Fundraising office) Steve Simmonite is tackling a feat of flames by taking part in our 2016 Firewalk - he's here to tell you why...
News • Sep 21, 2015 15:23 BST
The Wanted’s Tom Parker was at the starting line to cheer on a record number of walkers at our annual sponsored Twilight Walk.
News • Jun 30, 2015 09:32 BST
ellenor charity shop manager, Stephen Simmonite, to join a team of daredevil fundraisers to abseil 262feet down the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture on Saturday 18 July 2015 to raise funds to care for families facing terminal illness in North Kent.