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We’re delighted to announce that a new City Hospice shop is open in Rhiwbina

A new City Hospice shop opens in Rhiwbina this week. The store has been officially opened by one of our ambassadors, Cardiff Blues and Wales rugby star Ellis Jenkins, and West End star Sophie Evans.

Our charity’s new store on Heol y Deri, Rhiwbina features clothing, accessories, crafts and homewares. The City Hospice team will be active members of the local community, engaging with our supporters and offering a range of quality items to our customers.

Our new store has been warmly welcomed by the local community of Rhiwbina

and will encourage more people to support our charity. Every sale we make will help us  to provide essential palliative care to people throughout Cardiff.

At City Hospice we’re Cardiff’s local hospice, providing nursing and clinical support to people at the end of their lives. Additionally, we offer counselling and support services for the families of our patients. The only provider of home-based specialist palliative care in the capital, at City Hospice we provide care and compassion to 550 patients at any one time

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, we are proud to continue to deliver patient services to those affected with life limiting illness in the community.

On the day the City Hospice shop opens in Rhiwbina Liz Andrews, Chief Executive, tell us:

“Like many charities, it’s a difficult time. Our fundraising activities are significantly reduced, and yet more people in our community need our services. And so we are adapting and developing new ways to respond to patient needs and raise funds.

“With this in mind, it is my great pleasure to announce that we have opened our brand new pop-up store in the village of Rhiwbina, in Cardiff. To be able to open a new store during these times is testament to the level of dedication of our staff, volunteers and supporters.”

We are grateful for the support of the local community and everyone who has helped set our shop up. We are especially grateful to our landlord Gary Powling, Managing Director of Millfield Wealth Management.

Gary says:

“I am  delighted to help City Hospice by welcoming them to my shop in Rhiwbina.

I have long been a supporter of the charity having trekked to Machu Picchu for them five years ago. They do vital work caring for patients in this area and the whole of Cardiff.”

 

 

 

Our shop is open Monday to Saturday 9am-5pm. We can’t wait to see you soon!

To read more about the work of City Hospice click here 

 

How to Get Involved

There are plenty of great ways to get involved and help raise money for City Hospice. Any funds raised have a massive impact on our charity and we're so grateful to all those who give up their time for us.

Volunteer

Volunteering is for everyone and we're sure to have a role that will be of interest to you.

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Fundraise

Whether you bake a cake or run a half marathon, every pound you raise will help us ensure we can keep being there for patients and their families throughout Cardiff.

Fundraise for City Hospice

Donate

Your donation can help us continue to care for patients with cancer and other life limiting illnesses, and their families, in Cardiff.

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Other great ways to get involved: Platinum Pledge Gift in Your Will

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Supporting our Community, Support your City Hospice

We would like to update our supporters and families on the current impact Coronavirus (Covid 19) is having on the operations of City Hospice. Our priority remains to provide care and support to people living with life limiting and terminal illness. Our clinical team continue to deliver essential care during this unprecedented time. We hope that you will all join us in supporting our exceptional team as they continue to provide care for some of the most vulnerable people in Cardiff.

On behalf of the City Hospice team, thank you for your continued support, which allows our charity to care for patients in our community.

For more details on the how Coronavirus is impacting City Hospice please click here. 

To make a donation to City Hospice and support us during this challenging time please click here.

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