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Lancashire goes green for Derian Day

SUPPORTERS, staff and volunteers from Derian House Children’s Hospice joined together on Friday 1 October to celebrate Derian Day. The fundraising event marked the 28th Birthday of Derian House Children’s Hospice which opened in October 1993 and today cares for more than 400 babies,...

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ESG Sponsors Derian at the Movies

MORE children and families will be able to enjoy the big screen experience thanks to new sponsorship of the Derian House Cinema Room from local energy provider, ESG. The cinema featuring a 120-inch screen also offers hotdogs, candy floss and popcorn to provide families...

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Looking after your information

We know this is a boring blog, but we need to tell you that we’ve updated our privacy policy. You can give it a read here: www.derianhouse.co.uk/privacy-policy. Learn all about how we collect and use the information you provide to us, whether you are...

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Derian House Children’s Hospice welcomes Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge’s personal message of support to mark Children’s Hospice Week 2021

Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge has shared a personal a message of support to mark Children’s Hospice Week, asking everyone to join her in thanking the UK’s 54 children’s hospices for the life-changing care they provide to seriously ill children and families....

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Celebrating Volunteers’ Week

THIS week is national Volunteers’ Week – an annual celebration of the contributions and achievements made by volunteers. Here at Derian House, we’re saying a great big thank you to our amazing team of 100 volunteers who in 2019 donated 10,000 hours of their...

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National Day of Reflection

To mark the anniversary of the first national coronavirus lockdown on 23 March 2021, Derian House, together with other Greater Manchester Hospices, is supporting the National Day of Reflection. The National Day of Reflection has been organised by end-of-life charity Marie Curie, to remember those who have died during the Covid-19 pandemic. Marie Curie...

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Linda’s labour of love

LEYLAND super gran Linda Miller has knitted a snowman every single day of 2020 to raise money for her local children’s hospice. The 73-year-old experienced a stroke six years ago, which left her with impaired vision and dementia, but she hasn’t let that stop...

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