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Compassionate Communities Derbyshire (High Peak)

By Jane Butler on Friday, 29 June, 2018

Every minute someone in the UK dies, but many of us still don’t feel comfortable talking about dying. Talking more openly about dying can help you to make the most of life and to support loved ones.

Charity Calendar raises over £1,400 for local hospice!

Sunday, 15 April, 2018

Local photographer Di Jones Outdoor Photography has worked closely with Stefan and Jackie at the Beehive to raise an astounding sum of money for Blythe House Hospice, through these amazing charity calendars. Blythe House have just a few left in stock – so please get in touch with the fundraising team if you would like one.

Jon Davey Fundraiser Trek

By Diane Inglis on Sunday, 18 February, 2018

Like many people, Jon Davey was so grateful for the support of Blythe House Hospice following prostate cancer nine years ago, that he was determined to help out with some fund raising.

Friends busy fundraising for Hospice

Sunday, 18 February, 2018

An incredible group of friends, from Chapel-en-le-frith, have been busy fundraising for Blythe House Hospice throughout 2017 organising some amazing events. They held an absolutely fabulous fashion show, a great Clarins evening, Chimp Talk, Itsy Bitsy Sip and shop night and other local events raising over £3000 for the local hospice!

Writing to fight cancer – Ann’s first novel supports Blythe House

Monday, 09 October, 2017

Six months ago, Sarah Whiteley had to give her mother and father, Ann and Bob Harrison from Buxworth, the worst news any parents could hear. She had cancer, and it wasn’t going to get better.

Amazing Gemma raises over £7500 for charity

Saturday, 16 September, 2017

Gemma Ellis, a service user at Blythe House Hospice has raised an amazing £7900 for a number of charities that have supported her since she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year.

Blythe House Hospice at Home reaches over 10,500 hours!

Saturday, 26 August, 2017

Blythe House launched their Hospice at Home Service in April 2016 using the money gifted to them in a legacy and it’s proving to be the service the High Peak needed. At one year and four months into a two year pilot study, the team have already provided over ten and a half thousand hours of care to the people and families who need it the most.

A labour of love

By Sheila Armstrong on Sunday, 20 August, 2017

FOR those wanting to enjoy some quiet reflection amongst nature the sunny garden at Blythe House Hospice is a leafy oasis which is loved by both patients and staff alike.

Shoulder of Mutton Family Fun Day raised amazing amount!

Saturday, 24 June, 2017

A fantastic family fun day was held at The Shoulder of Mutton on Sunday 28th May and raised an amazing £538.26 for Blythe House Hospice.

Glossop lads fire themselves up for charity

Wednesday, 05 April, 2017

Glossop lads, Lee Dale and Steven Wood, challenged themselves to a very daring and gruelling Duathlon Challenge in aid of Blythe House Hospice.