News

And the winners are…

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 29, 2020.

It was a tough call for our judges, but a decision was made and we are delighted to announce the winners of the Christmas Card Design Competition! The four winners were: Chloe Heath, Year 13 (the reindeer card), Siobhan Mills, Year 9 (Christmas bauble), Teresa Doran, Year 12 (three ships) and Ruby Edwards, Year 8 […]

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Hospice Care Week 2020 (5-11 October)

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 7, 2020.

Hospice Care Week 2020 - This is what it takes

This is what it takes… This week, Campden Home Nursing is taking part in Hospice UK’s Hospice Care Week, which is a chance to recognise what it takes to give people and their families the care they need and deserve at the end of life. Across the UK, more than 200 Hospices and Hospice at […]

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Announcing our Christmas Card Competition!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on October 1, 2020.

Campden Home Nursing holds a Christmas Card Design Competition for students at Chipping Campden School

Campden Home Nursing and Chipping Campden School are excited to announce a joint fundraising project. A Christmas Card Competition, sponsored by Cotswolds’ printing group, Vale Press, will be open to all students at the school and will raise funds for the local charity and the school’s new Performing Arts Centre. The winning Design Students will […]

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When you can’t say goodbye

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on July 25, 2020.

One of the toughest challenges posed by Coronavirus in the last few months is that if someone you love dies, you may not be able to say goodbye in the traditional way, at their funeral. The heart-breaking truth is that to keep everyone safe from the virus, funerals have not been able to be conducted […]

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Campden Home Nursing Announcement – New Cancer Support Centre

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on June 29, 2020.

For some time we have been looking for a building that would be a suitable space to create a Cancer Support Centre for Chipping Campden and the surrounding area. Recently we have found a property that we hope will be our new home and we have applied to Cotswold District Planning department for Change of […]

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Campden couple raise £600 for Campden Home Nursing!

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on June 26, 2020.

When lockdown was announced in March, Donna and Mark Evans of Wolds End, Chipping Campden, realised that some people in the community would feel isolated and vulnerable, so they decided to help. The couple offered to deliver newspapers, free of charge, in and around Chipping Campden and soon they were delivering to 42 customers. They […]

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Call for virtual gardens, 2020

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on June 2, 2020.

**ENTRIES FOR PHOTOS IS NOW CLOSED**  You can now view Chipping Campden’s Virtual Open Gardens online from 6.00pm on Friday 19th June and it will stay up until Tuesday June 30th.  Please go to: www.campden-support.com/virtual-open-gardens The Chipping Campden Open Garden Weekend, which should have taken place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st, has been sadly […]

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Jecca Brook (1937 – 2020) Obituary

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on June 1, 2020.

Jessica (Jecca) Brook died peacefully on the 21st May 2020, three days after a devastating fall down the stairs in her house. She was a much loved and respected Chipping Campden character—compassionate, generous, always interested and with a hearty sense of humour—truly caring in the community. Ever since she was young, Jecca knew she wanted […]

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Rest in peace, Jecca Brook, founder of Campden Home Nursing

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on May 21, 2020.

Jecca Brook, 1937-2020 It is with great sadness we announce our much loved founder, Jecca, passed away this morning, very peacefully, with her family around her. For those of you that had the joy of knowing her, you will understand what a loss this is to her family, friends, the charity and Chipping Campden. For […]

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Tips on how to stay positive…

Posted by Maria Graham-Martin, on May 21, 2020.

It’s national Mental Health Awareness Week (18-22 May) and we’re aware that at this time, more than ever, maintaining a balanced mental health may be more of a challenge for many of us. With the national pandemic still impacting everyone’s daily lives to some extent, it’s fair to say most of us will have had […]

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