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Hospice to undergo revamp

PUBLISHED: 16:10 09 July 2008 | UPDATED: 11:16 12 August 2010

HOSPICE bosses have announced the start of a £2.5 million development project in celebration of their 40th anniversary. The revamp plans are set to modernise the St Christopher s Hospice building and offer more choice for the home and day care patients.

HOSPICE bosses have announced the start of a £2.5 million development project in celebration of their 40th anniversary.

The revamp plans are set to modernise the St Christopher's Hospice building and offer more choice for the home and day care patients. Major work has already begun on the hospice ground floor in Sydenham, with a new rehabilitation gym, bathing suites and social areas to be included in the final design. At the project launch , hospice chief executive, Barbara Monroe said: "This project represents an important milestone in St Christopher's history. Our 40th Anniversary Project will enable us to offer more co-ordinated care to patients and offer them greater choice."

The charity has already raised a whopping £2 million towards the project and they hope the community will be willing to help with reaching the final £2.5 million target. St Christopher's Director of Fundraising Alba Lewis said: "We are dependant on our local community and would be delighted to hear from anyone interested in helping us achieve our goal.


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