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Cwtch is Tŷ Hafan’s seasonal magazine – it’s a thank you from us to you.

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Our latest edition

In this edition, read about A day in the life of… a hospice nurse, how Seth Burke has made history as the first Welsh Youth Parliament who uses a wheelchair and join us in remembering baby Rose Jeans who died at Tŷ Hafan.

 

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A day in the life of… a hospice nurse

It goes without saying that we couldn’t give families the standard of care that we do without our brilliant team at Tŷ Hafan Children’s Hospice. But what does a day in their life actually look like?

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Volunteering with Tŷ Hafan

Thinking of volunteering with Tŷ Hafan? These are the volunteering opportunities we have up for grabs…

Shop sustainably and for less

Choosing to buy pre-loved items instead of brand new reduces landfill and CO2 emissions, all while keeping your wallet healthier and supporting a great cause.

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End of life care in a home-from-home

Perhaps from an early age, we feel unable to talk about dying. For some, this might have even been discouraged. But as sensitive as it is, we must talk about this.

Sending our best wishes to our King and Patron

We would like to extend our sincere condolences to our patron, King Charles III, the Queen Consort and the wider Royal Family on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

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News from the hospice

There are always marvellous things going on at the Tŷ Hafan hospice. Here’s the latest news from the Care Team…

Business to business: work with us

The daily cost of Tŷ Hafan’s care is £14,727. That’s £5.2m each year. It’s a huge sum and the heroic businesses that are generous enough to donate to us play a vital role in raising this money. If you’d like to become a corporate supporter of Tŷ Hafan, we’d be delighted to work with you.

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Rising costs

You might have seen on the news that our energy bills were set to go from £100,000 to £600,000 per year. Now, set to be around £400,000 per year (for the next six months), we are in an even more financially challenging situation than we faced during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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