Pictured receiving the cheque is (from the left) Mel Hewitt, Hospice Community Fundraiser, with Annie Oakley, owner of Torr’s, and her daughter Megan Oakley. Boost for hospice

Big hearted owners and customers of a Doncaster café and bistro have raised £400 for Doncaster’s hospice appeal. Annie Oakley, whose family owns and runs Torr’s, on Printing Office Street,... Continue reading Boost for hospice

Be clear on cancer logo Blowing the whistle on cancer

Health staff will be blowing the whistle on cancer at Saturday’s Doncaster Rovers football match. (January 17) The home game against local rivals Barnsley, will see health staff from Doncaster’s... Continue reading Blowing the whistle on cancer

RDaSH Catering Manager Charlotte Warrington (right) with ward hosts (from left to right) Grant Tamas; Bev Downing and Shannon Nowell. Ward hosting scheme introduced at Doncaster trust

A ward hosting scheme aimed at improving patients’ meal time experience is being rolled out at a Balby-based health trust. The scheme, which is being introduced by Rotherham Doncaster and... Continue reading Ward hosting scheme introduced at Doncaster trust

Stress Control classes in Rotherham

Are life’s pressures getting you down and making you feel stressed and anxious? Do you worry a lot? Then a stress control class could help you. Rotherham Doncaster and South... Continue reading Stress Control classes in Rotherham

Hospice logo Volunteers needed

Staff at a Doncaster hospice appeal are making a plea for volunteers to help with a summer fundraising cycling event. The St John’s Hospice Cycle Sportive will take place on... Continue reading Volunteers needed

Special wedding day memories created at hospice

A bride fighting cancer has had her wedding dreams come true – by ‘tying the knot’ in the Doncaster Hospice chapel. Andrea Carroll (36), of Mexborough, a mum-of-five, wed husband... Continue reading Special wedding day memories created at hospice