Haskins Garden Centres

Garden Centre Hosts New Hospice Outreach Project

(from left) Haskins Restaurant Manager Katie Corcoran welcomes Ruth Keeble, Bereavement Service Volunteer Judie Chamber and Linda Perry, Director of Children’s Services for sister hospice, Chestnut Tree House

The Haskins Garden Centre at Angmering was one of the first locations chosen on the launch week of the St Barnabas House Hospice Outreach Project. The mobile team, using a new exhibition vehicle that was funded by the Department of Health and is staffed by the hospice, will spend 3 days each week at different locations in order to provide information, advice and support to local people and families affected by life-limiting illnesses.

Ruth Keeble, the Project Lead, said that they are grateful to Haskins and other locations in the region between Littlehampton, Shoreham-by-Sea, Worthing and Henfield for their support.

“By using their car parks we are able to help many people in our local communities who need to know what support is available to themselves or a family member at a very difficult time,” said Ruth.

Information on the service and dates and locations can be found by visiting
www.stbarnabas-hospice.org.uk/patients-and-families/hospice-outreach-project