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David Barley

Charlie B

Fundraising for St Barnabas Hospice Trust (Lincolnshire)

185 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 70 supporters

St Barnabas Hospice Trust (Lincolnshire)

We provide palliative and end-of-life care to give dying people a good quality of life

Charity Registration No. 1053814


UKDOCKS Marine Services are supporting Gary Wilson and Charlie Barley in their efforts to raise sponsorship for ST Barnabas Hospice.

They will be cycling from Whitehaven to Newcastle (West Coast to East Coast) along the C2C route. A 140-mile journey, with about a 10,000 feet ascent, this they intend to complete over 3 days starting on the 17th September 2015.

For those that are not aware Charlie’s younger sister passed away at ST Barnabas Hospice on the 01st September 2014, after a long battle with cancer. Although she was only in the Hospice for a short time, she received fantastic palliative care and we will be supporting Charlie and Gary in their efforts to raise as much money as possible on this anniversary.

We are grateful for any donations no matter how small and these can be given through this website or donating via the sponsorship forms held by Gary in the Northern Office (South Shields) or Charlie in the South Office (Gosport).

This is Charlie’s way of saying thank you to this Hospice for the palliative care they gave, and your contributions will go a long way in helping this organisation in maintaining the great care it gives.

If you wish to see the work this Hospice does you can visit there website: 

Below is an exert of their vision and mission statements:

Vision & Mission

Inspiring excellent care that helps people to live well and cope with dying. By changing the way people die, we change the way people live.

Mission Statement:

St Barnabas provides specialist palliative and end of life care so that everyone can access and receive the support they need to live well and ease the process of dying 

Honouring life by providing treatment, care and comfort to those we serve.